Learn How to Make A Maxi Skirt with today’；s tutorial.？
For my TCB Summer Series， I’；ve got Andrea today from Train to Crazy. ？This girl can sew! She even has her own patterns! She’；s going to teach us how to make a maxi skirt! Don’；t we love maxi skirts？ Links to her store and site are below. ？If you like sewing ideas， don’；t miss this DIY Chapstick Key Ring Holder or how to make a swim suit cover up from a 5X mens t-shirt.？customized gifts for him
A knit maxi skirt is perfect for almost all weather but I love wearing them in the summer. I really love this style of maxi skirt because it is much more flattering than a rectangular maxi. If you can sew a straight linemonogram pillow cases， you can draft your own pattern and sew this skirt. This tutorial will teach you How to Make a Maxi Skirt？with a little bit of drape and flow without having too much fabric hanging off your hips.
That’；s it! You’；ve sewn a flattering maxi skirt!
If you enjoyed this tutorial please stop by my personal blog， The Train To Crazy to see more! I also blog at？GoToSew.com， the official blog of my sewing pattern store，？GoToPatterns.com. I currently am giving away a free dress pattern you might like! ？Simply Lovely Dress (FREE pattern in XXS-XL)？or check out these fun tutorials：？？Easy Wrap Tunic Tutorial，？Perfect Mitered Corners for Cloth Napkins
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