Dancing Skirt

Hello everyone!

Since I don’t have to work on easter holiday (retail, derp…) I finally had some time to reduce this gigantic pile of fabric under my bed.

So I made a skirt! 😀

It is inspired by Tara Starlet and is made out of linen. And that is the one and only reason I didn’t iron the skirt. It would’ve been all wrinkly once I’d put it on anyway…meh :/

It is lined and I used french seams and bias tape. The button closure isn’t  provided in the original pattern, so I added it on my own. The pattern is from McCall, but I can’t remember the number. I will edit the post once I find out. It is definitely a modern pattern.

I don’t have anyone to take a picture of me, so I had to build my own tripod out of my ironing board and a few books, so excuse the angle and the quality, please!

And some details:

That’s it 🙂 I hope you like it!

– Reika

• Meet the Author • Reika

Hello there, I'm Reika, 24, from Germany and I'm a trained seamstress, cosplayer, retro and vintage lover and fabric hoarder ;D Unfortunately I blog in German so I thought it'd be a good idea to share my sewing projects on here, as I always try out old/vintage/reproduction patterns and would like to share my opinion on them :)

10 comments… add one

  • really pretty. I love the button placket. and it looks perfect for dancing!

  • The skirt is lovely and your fabric choice was perfect. Also, love the top you paired it with! 😉

  • Super cute! I love the buttons at the hip. Also loving the top. Did you make that too or buy it somewhere?

    • Thank you 😀
      Well, the top is also made by me. But I used a pattern from Mrs.Depew on Etsy! 🙂

      • I browse those patterns a lot but have yet to buy. May have to look again next month when I have a few $$$.

  • I love this combination, and the skirt is lovely – thank you for sharing!

  • Thank you all for your kind comments 🙂 I’m very glad you like it!

  • You look so beautiful. Very bombshell!

  • Fabulous !

  • Such a beautiful color skirt and the perfect length,really lovely


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