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Circle Skirt Add-on by taeliac Circle Skirt Add-on by taeliac
:star: This is an add-on to the Tutorial: Circle Skirts I have already created. Check that tutorial for all of the details, this is just a supplement :star:

Someone had asked for a bit of a clarification on how to do more than one skirt with the circle skirt tutorial - I hope that this image helps to clarify it a bit, just a quick sketch-up in Illustrator!

Again, as with all the tutorials, please don't steal these or claim them as your own ^^;

2009 Taeliac Studio
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CanapeSchlepp Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2013  Student General Artist
Still doesn't make much sense to me... could you explain it in more detail?
breathelifeindeeply Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2013  Hobbyist
Oooooohhhh that makes more sense. I was just about to scan your circle skirt tutorial comments to figure this out. Thank you for this add- on! Also, thank you so much for taking the time to create these helpful tutorials :)
smileydork182 Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2010
Hi, I'm sorry but I'm a bit dense when it comes to intsructions :giggle: When you mean sew the two circles together by the split lines, do you mean sew the 2 split lines together or each split line apart??? I understood your last tutorial and I thank you very very much!!! :)
TheHauteDame Featured By Owner May 8, 2010
LOVE this pattern. I do a lot of renaissance, steampunk, and 1950's style clothing, so this circle skirt pattern is awesome! I usually use patterns for circle skirts, but this is sooooo much better, especially now that I can adjust the length :) I just finished a blue and white polka dot skirt *with petticoat underneath* to wear to my vampire LARP tonight, I play a character who was turned in the 1950's. I cant wait to show this off!
Erenaya Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2010
Do you think it would be possible to make a skirt of even three or four circles, or is it 'too much' then? Not that I would be trying to do something like that with my minimum sewing skills... just asking for the sake of interest. ^^
TalaRedWolf33 Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
For even fuller skirts, I always add some tool under it, and then a petticoat. It puffs it out more, and the tool gives it kinda a more fuller look without being that full.
taeliac Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2010  Professional Artisan Crafter
Hehe, no! I think you definitely could, although it would weight a lot. I usually prefer to keep "really full skirts" to maybe two, two and a half circles at the most, otherwise, the impact of them being so full is lessened a bit.

But, you can, if you really want! :giggle:

And, you should give it a shot - it's a good project with minimal sewing skills :D
absinthe-fight Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
okay i honestly haven't understood the two circle deal ( i didnt get that they sorta unfold where you sew the circles together) but i do now! hahaha i feel so daft!
taeliac Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
Oh noes :hug: I'm sorry - it's a rather hard bit to explain, I hope that the pictures would help a bit, but it is a little weird to try to type out - I may have to do a video tutorial on it one of these days, just because it's so much easier to explain speaking :giggle:

I do hope it has helped, even a bit, though! :glomp:
inkillusion Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2009
what a wonderful coincidence, i'm thinking about making a circle skirt with more than one circle, and wondering how to attach them...

thanks! :heart:

p.s. i'll link the result to you if all goes well. i'm excited about it, it's more art than clothing!
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