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nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.
1. CUT
Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.
2. HEM
Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.
3. WAIST
Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric
4. ASSEMBLE
Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!
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nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.
1. CUT
Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.
2. HEM
Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.
3. WAIST
Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric
4. ASSEMBLE
Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!
Zoom Info
nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.
1. CUT
Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.
2. HEM
Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.
3. WAIST
Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric
4. ASSEMBLE
Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!
Zoom Info
nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.
1. CUT
Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.
2. HEM
Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.
3. WAIST
Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric
4. ASSEMBLE
Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!
Zoom Info
nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.
1. CUT
Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.
2. HEM
Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.
3. WAIST
Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric
4. ASSEMBLE
Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!
Zoom Info
nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.
1. CUT
Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.
2. HEM
Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.
3. WAIST
Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric
4. ASSEMBLE
Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!
Zoom Info

nosynonymforsynonym:

Easiest skirt in history! You need 42”x42” fabric and enough 1” or 2” elastic  to go around your waist.

1. CUT

Fold the fabric in 4 and cut a nice curve. To cut the inside curve, use this chart.

2. HEM

Roll the end of the fabric over your finger and stitch.

3. WAIST

Cut the elastic to the width of your waist. Stitch ends together to create a loop. use pins to help line it up with your fabric

4. ASSEMBLE

Stitch the elastic to the fabric and… you’re already done!

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solar-citrus:

I’ve received a lot of letters from artists asking to check out their artwork and their blog, and I’ve noticed that a lot of them openly write unhealthy amounts of negative comments about their artwork, it was super depressing, honestly.  :(
Confidence plays a very very important role as an artist, it’s what helps us learn and grow without the constant feeling of doubt and jealousy!  You are a unique individual who must go down your own unique path, and as scary as it sounds, you can’t rely on others to hold your hand all the way through.  You are the only one who can get yourself to where you need to go, and beating up your artwork is not the way!  Trust yourself and your abilities to make a change, and you can do anything!!

Love your art, love yourself!

Important.
Or, my one year before-and-after

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