Tutorial: How to make the Yoga Skirt and Sally skirt

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Both patterns share the same tutorial since there is one difference between them: the volume of the skirt.  Sally is an A-line skirt, hence there is less volume; while the Yoga skirt is a semi circle skirt pattern.

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Tutorial: How to make the Yoga Skirt and Sally skirt

Place the waistband pieces together, right sides facing.

Sewing Tutorial: How to make the Yoga Skirt and Sally skirt

2.  Sew the sides.

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Skirt:

3.  Place front and back skirt pieces together, right sides facing and sew the sides.DSC_1763

4.  Press the seams flat.

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5.  Turn the skirt to the right side.

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6.  Place the bottom of the of the waistband on the skirt opening.  The wrong side of the skirt MUST BE FACING the right side of the skirt.

Sew the waistband and skirt together.

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7.  Fold the top of the skirt waistband to the inside.  You must fold 1 inch from the top (follow the waistband corner mark to do this)

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8.  Finish by making 1/2 inch hem on the skirt.

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YOGA SKIRT PATTERN:

SALLY SKIRT PATTERN:  https://payhip.com/b/jacf

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By Daniela

Thanks for visiting my blog today. I am Daniela, the heart and soul at On the Cutting Floor. I love sewing, creating and challenging myself to make something better every time :)

4 comments

  1. Can’t wait to make one – but now my girls have seen this pattern, so I’ll be taking mini-me’s with me to the fabric store, we’ll see what they come up with! Neither of them has much experience with knit, so this is an awesome way to get started!

    Quick question – can we use the serger for the side seams?

    Thank you! Era
    P.S. I wish it wasn’t 4-H Fair Season so we could start now 🙂 I’m so excited to do this! I hate shorts on me – but it’s only May 3rd and has been in the 90’s all week! I need this skirt!!!

    1. Hi Eran,

      Thank you for your comment. Yes, you can use a serger for it, just remember to reduce the seams since the serger works better with a 1/4 inch seam allowance and my patterns have 3/8 inch seam allowance.

      Happy Sewing!

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