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<div align="center"> This tutorial is on how to make a simple petticoat
It walks you through deciding how long you want your petticoat to be, how to do the math to figure out how much fabric you need to buy, fabric suggestions, sewing options, as well as some notes from me towards the end on adapting this to work with different styles.
Basically, I've covered everything I can possibly think of for helping you to make your own petticoat for cosplay, re-enactment, or just for fun.
In fact, you can even make this and wear it as a skirt, if you want :3
As always, there is math involved. Don't fear it, but, at the same time, I'm just going to ignore questions about it - I've tried to explain it to the best of my ability in multiple different ways. If you don't understand, I don't think I can help you any more than I have tried to already ^^
<div align="center"> Because I'm awesome
I've even included a PDF copy of this tutorial for you to download, print off and write all over.
<div align="center">Brushes from =Lileya
<div align="center">As always, do not copy, steal, edit, redistribute or do other malicious things with or to this tutorial.
If you claim it as your own, I shall find out and you never know when I'm going to snap...
©2011 Sam Lemieux // `taeliac
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Daily DeviationGiven 2012-08-03
If the chart is good I'm perfectly cool with sharing, assuming someone didn't beat me to the punch. You can email me at my user name here at gmail.com. Thanks for you help!
Other question: How come the tutorial looks like that? I mean with several pages and the scrolling bar?! Do you just have to upload it as a pdf file or did you have to do some coding as well?
I doubt I will ever use this tutorial, but Thank You regardless!
I'm working on this one right now as my first real sewing project....
I decided to make the bottom layer tulle-y, because we have a LOT of it from a huuuge project my mom did for a friend, and it's just been sitting around.
Sooo, the lady had bought the fabric from JoAnn's and given it to mom, and we were both surprised at how expensive the tulle was.
Anyways, I think I just found out why.... x.x I needed to know how wide it was, so I started unrolling it and all.
Well.... It's 120" wide OnO'" And VERY difficult to manage.
Of course, I unrolled a good deal of it. So I asked my borther to help me re-roll it up <might I add it is longer than our living room>
I think that kind of made it worse, seeing as how my brother CANNOT fold. >.< I'll have to wait until morning so my mom can help me fold it up.
xD It's always good times when your first project is a faillllll.... <3