a-twirlin’: garterized circular skirt with lining tutorial

If you’re happy and you know it, twirl your skirt!

Today, we will be making a DIY circular skrit. But with lining.

I know I already made a tutorial on sewing a circular skirt but this will come with actual fabrics and sewing. The one I made before consisted of MS Paint jpeg files, it’s embarrassing.

All right, here we go.

Oh, before we continue, make sure that you buy enough fabric for a circular skirt.


outer layer: romantic victorian print / inner layer: history of quilting

Now twirl.


31 thoughts on “a-twirlin’: garterized circular skirt with lining tutorial

    1. I just bought a ton of yummy vintage fabric today…now I have something to do with it!

      Awesome! Blog about it, if you make one :)

    1. both are great skirts, if i know how to sew, i’ll make skirts for me and RC.

      It’s pretty easy; you should make one for RC :)

  1. Hi, dear!

    Tsim Tsai Tsui (this is wrong spelling, i cant remember the correct one) is in Ayala Terraces, near Hukad. :) Mas lami-an pa ko sa Harbor City though chic ang interior ani

    1. Tsim Tsai Tsui (this is wrong spelling, i cant remember the correct one) is in Ayala Terraces, near Hukad. :) Mas lami-an pa ko sa Harbor City though chic ang interior ani

      Noted! :)

  2. Hi !
    I found your blog by chance and I really love the skirts you made ! Thank you very much for posting this tutorial :) I think I will make a lot of skirt like yours :)

    Claire

  3. Stumbled upon your work here, and made my first skirt thanks to this, did a bit of tweaking here and there but what a brilliant method and so simple. The skirt is beautiful i LOVE it! thanks :)

  4. Hi! I was just curious, since you didn’t mention it, about how much fabric would be required for this tutorial?

    1. Hi! This will depend on the length of your skirt. Make sure that the width and length of your fabric can accommodate the (radius + skirt length + allowance) x (2). For minis, fabrics with 60″ width will work. :)

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