Tuesday, August 14, 2012

How to Line an A-Line Skirt Tutorial

 After you find an A-line skirt pattern, I am using One Yard Wonders 101 template. Make a muslin of your skirt! It only takes a few minutes to make a muslin version. Just baste stitch the side seams and make adjustments for your hips. Once your template is right you can make all the skirts your heart desires, so it is important to get the perfect fit first. Now we are ready to cut the "good" fabric and sew!
Flip the skirt right side out and put it on!!
You are done!! It is super easy and your new skirt will look store made. 
Plus there is no hand stitching the lining to the main fabric. If you have any questions please comment below or email me at leah.sewspoiled@gmail.com


Anonymous said...

Love it! I love to make A-line skirts! Yours look very professional. Thanks for sharing!

SoozeM said...

Cute skirt! I love the fabric!

Sew Spoiled said...

Thank you so much! I love the A-Line Skirt!

lorrwill said...

This is the easiest method for doing this that I have ever seen. Thank you so much for posting this!

Sew Spoiled said...

Thanks, I am so glad you could use it.

Emily said...

I like how you explain the process. I am eager to try it. I have sewn in the past and I am getting back into it. I have a skirt that I want to duplicate/use as a template. I am not familiar with some of the terminology. Is the muslin like a template for the liner or skirt?

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Jemima Puddleduck said...

I would like to line a bias cut skirt with the same fabric. Does the liner have to also be on the bias? What will stop the lining from riding up? would the lining be beetter on the straight?

Leah Williams said...

You could tack the lining to the skirt at the side seams if you are worried about it riding up. It does not have to be on the bias.