Asymmetrical Denim Skirt

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First, I should probably introduce my new baby:

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Brother CX155LA

Yeah, floral patterns on my machine, because I’m that chick.

Anyway, with my new machine I was looking for some new inspiration so I looked around on Pinterest and found a couple of daring, asymmetrical skirts:

I know this trend has been around for at least 3 seasons but I had enough scraps from one of my denim scraps and a metal zipper to experiment.

Hem Close-up

Hem Close-up

New Skirt, Yay!

New skirt, with pockets!

Showing off the angle of the hem (and the booties!)

Showing off the angle of the hem (and the booties!)

Back view with exposed metal zipper

Back view with exposed metal zipper

Back View

Back View

Is anyone at all interested in a tutorial/pattern?

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  2. Saroja says:

    Love the blog change! Pretty.I bet you could ltlotay make that tree skirt. Get a big piece of fabric you like and cut it into the shape of a tree skirt. Take a wide ribbon you like or a fabric cut into long strips (finish the edges), and by hand sew a running stitch along one edge of the ribbon/strips, scrunching the fabric down into ruffles of the size you like. Tie off your thread, then pin and sew your ruffles to the base skirt working from the outer edge inward. I don’t think it would take you long at all.

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