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Old 01-10-2013, 03:20 PM   #31
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Has anyone ever seen a pattern for a skort?

DD lives in skirts in summer and I would love to make some skorts!

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Has anyone ever seen a pattern for a skort?

DD lives in skirts in summer and I would love to make some skorts!
Hmmm interesting idea! Gonna go search now

My dd1 loves pettipants (like me) so I've been looking for a tutorial to make those. I doubt it would be harder than making pj pants just a different material and add lace on the leg cuffs. I just need time to go to Joann's and get the right materials. Dd1 refuses to wear any color pettipants other than white
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Love this thread! Will come to great use for my little girl on the way.. Love the layered ruffly and lacey skirts!
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Re: Favorite free skirt tutorials?

I don't have a tutorial.... But one of my 4 yr olds favorite skirts is one I made from one of my maternity shirts. Just cut it off right below the breasts and put in a piece of elastic. Easy... And long enough.
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