A Quick Make, Yellow Pencil Skirt

20 November 2017

For the longest time I have had this yellow fabric sitting in my fabric stash, the idea was always to sew a pencil skirt with a bit more style lines than this turned out, but, I must say I'm really pleased with the outcome plus I don't think I've ever had the pleasure of drafting, cutting and sewing up a project all in 2 hours tops (did you read that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) with some time(1 hour) off to go watch tennis no less.

Now I know for some of you out there it's not a big deal but I'm a slow sewist and this was like a huge revelation to me.

This all started when I uploaded my video on how to sew with twin needles in the video I actually test out the Prym stretch twin needle on a piece of this yellow fabric and I liked the results a whole lot.

So, I proceeded to sew up this skirt.

 Here's the result.

Here are pictures of what the insides look like, hopefully, you can see the twin needle stitching. And also the fabric doesn't fray so I didn't see the need to zig-zag the edges.

In all honesty, I would have preferred a size 80 needle with a 4mm gap(4/80), but this was all I had so I made it work.

Here's what it looked like on

The picture quality really took a nose dive when I uploaded, but hopefully, you still like the pics.

Tell me what you think in the comments.

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