Plus size elastic waist
i didnt love the way my pockets fell once the skirt was completed. I set out to make a simple elastic waist skirt, but then decided on fabric that needed lining, so while i was at it, i figured, what the heckill throw. Ill be back with 2 more skirt tutorials soon! make sure as you sew that you go around the pocket, following the curve of the pocket: sew with a 1/2 inch seam on that one side only. so if you can sew a straight line, this is a good project to attempt, and you just might learn a few things along the waylike how to deal with. Now youll insert the elastic into the casing. once opened, you should see the one pocket completed, and now should have one long skirt panel: lay your skirt panel right side down. i took the pictures while sewing the maxi skirt, so thats what youll see here, but if you were wanting to make the short version, use the same steps and. (the right side of the lining should lay on the wrong side of your skirt panel). now on the top of the skirt panel, fold fabric down 1/4 inch and iron (this will enclose your raw edge into your casing then fold over again, this time. I have an elastic waist skirt that has a seam down the middle of the elastic, creating almost a ruffle on the waistband, and ensuring that the elastic wont roll or. To determine how much fabric you need, measure your waist, (in the place where you want the skirt to siti like mine at my high waist, so thats the measurements. Shop for Jean, pull on, elastic waist and more Plus Size Jeans from Woman Within. Comfort, fit value for sizes 12w to 44w. Today ive got a tutorial that i think youre going to love, and in the days to come, ill show you variations on how to use the basics of this. Full figure and plus size bras, panties, gowns, and apparel by brands like Chantelle, Fantasie, Goddess, Playtex, Vanity Fair, Pinache, Rago, Curvy Kate More. Then pin your lining pieces together: (by flipping the lining above the fabric like this and pinning and sewing, you are ensuring that the seam of the lining falls to. Heres the long, maxi version: and a short version: this tutorial works the same for both the maxi and short versions of this skirt. I have an elastic waist skirt that has a seam down the middle of the elastic, creating almost a ruffle on the waistband, and ensuring that the elastic wont roll. the starting piece was 5355 inches. I also topstitched both outer edges of the pocket, to ensure that they laid flat: let me know if you attempt this tutorial and how it goes! For the maxi skirt, i would add a few inches to that measurement to ensure that you have enough fullness at the bottom of your skirt once completed in order. that just encloses your raw edge) sew close to the bottom. the fabric for my maxi was a soft cotton remnant i found on sale at my favorite local fabric store, so i worked with the size it was. ill show you below. maybe it was just the way the fabric fell once it was sewn. There are lots of pockets in these pull-on, cargo scrub pants. This straight leg scrub pant from Core Stretch by Cherokee Workwear features a soft elastic waistband. i didnt have this problem on every skirt, so i dont think it has anything to do with pocket pattern. then sew the lining pieces together using a 1/2 inch seam.