InstructionsHere's how I made it. Size 2-3T. I cut two pieces of fabric for the skirt...one is 9 inches by width of fabric and the other is 11 inches by width of fabric. I serged together the short ends of each strip of fabric to create two bands. Then I folded them in half with wrong sides together and laid them one on top of the other (no hemming this way). To gather them, I placed a cotton string next ...
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Type of item: Clothing
Style: Whimsical, Funky, Cute, Mod, Casual
Cotton Fabric Gems of the Sea by Janet Broxon for P & B Textiles. and a cotton t-shirt from Walmart
What was your inspiration?
My co-worker is having her first grandchild and she made one of these from a onesie...I copied her...there are several tutorials online, but I like the way I did it the best.
What are you most proud of?
No hemming involved, quick and easy, sweet outcome!
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Go for it! You really can't screw this up, just have fun! I made this for our granddaughter who is turning one in August. You may need to adjust the "length" of your fabric for the size of the child. She is a size 2T and this is a bit bigger so she can enjoy it for a while. You could make this for a larger or smaller child by increasing or decreasing the size of the loop of fabric and the length of it.