You’ll see Rebecca use these tools to quilt some beautiful satin for a half circle Renaissance style skirt. But first, she tells you all about the bonus directions for creating a half circle skirt pattern. Simply download Rebecca’s formula HERE, fill in the blanks and finish up the calculations with your calculator.
I like this style made from a medium weight knit, hitting just above, or just below the knee for warm weather. For winter wear with boots I prefer a length that's midway between the calf and the ankle.
Take a look at Rebecca's finished quilted half circle skirt with a waistband and a bias trimmed hemline. The photo on the left is the skirt turned inside out so you can get a good look at the line designs formed with the automatic quilting software. Her quilting idea for a design in graduated sizes is a real beauty with potential for translating into many other garment ideas.
I've successfully done lots of printing on fabric sheets measuring 8 1/2 by 11 inches through my inkjet printer. If you would like my tip sheet for this you can CLICK HERE.
However, I've never used an online fabric printing service. Have you??? If so, I'd love to hear about your experience in the comments below.
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