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 The no sew fairy skirt

04-06-2012,3:21 PM      
raglanmum
Join Date : Sep 2010
Location : Raglan
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I've just been watching the videos in the kidspot article "no sew kids costumes" http://www.kidspot.co.nz/article+6899+75+Easy-dress-ups--5-no-sew-kids-costumes.htm
They are awesome!
I thought I would share a photo of a no sew fairy skirt I made for my little girl last month:


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04-06-2012,7:38 PM      
GoMummyJo
Join Date : Oct 2010
Location : Whitianga
Posts : 293

oh wow - no sew - that sounds like a bit of me. Must have a look at the other things.
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04-06-2012,8:41 PM      
thecoffeelady
Join Date : Feb 2012
Location : Unspecified
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Wow that looks great, I especially like the sounds of 'no sew'
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05-06-2012,7:26 AM      
SarahK
Join Date : Mar 2010
Location : Titirangi
Posts : 564

you had me interested as soon as i read "no sew"!! that looks amazing!! think i may have to give a go myself!! Thanks for sharing!!!
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05-06-2012,9:05 AM      
JulieKidspot
Join Date : Oct 2009
Location : Hutt City
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Looks fantastic raglanmum - would you be able to share the instructions?
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05-06-2012,9:39 AM      
raglanmum
Join Date : Sep 2010
Location : Raglan
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To make a skirt like the one I made, is very similar to the instructions in the Kidspot article.  You need to use the finer tulle, (the stiff netting/tulle doesn't work so well) in different colours, along with ribbon etc.  These strips all get looped around the elastic waistband with slipknots.  Then each strip get tied to the next one.  Really simple and so effective!
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17-07-2012,2:16 PM      
Sweetness10
Join Date : Apr 2010
Location : Wellington
Posts : 39

WOW! That looks amazing and the no-sew aspect is brilliant. You've inspired me to go off and make one too...
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