Wishing www.RuffleFabric.com great success: DIY Ruffle Wedding Skirt

Wedding Ruffle Skirt

Julie from www.rufflefabric.com contacted me today.  She informed me that they will be heading to the largest trade show of the year and wanted to share the Wedding Skirt I created.  Of all the beautiful ruffle projects that were available to them, they chose mine.  I feel very grateful today.  Thank you Julie for thinking of me:)  I hope Ruffle Fabric the best and much success at the event.

It has been awhile since I last shared it but here is the tutorial for the Wedding Ruffle Skirt…

Also, feel free to visit www.rufflefabric.com for all the beautiful ruffle fabrics available.  If you would like to view a list of projects you can create with ruffle fabrics, click {here}.

You can also click {here} to see the original inspiration for the Genevieve Ruffle Skirt.  If you love statement necklaces like I do, below is the tutorial for the Genevieve Statement Necklace.

Thank you for visiting!

4 thoughts on “Wishing www.RuffleFabric.com great success: DIY Ruffle Wedding Skirt

  1. I have a question about the measurement for the skirt from the ruffle fabric. If I use the hip measurement as in the tutorial for the waist then the waist is 8 inches too big. Do you gather the waist to fit the elastic. And if I did that then will it fit over the hips to get it on? Thanks!

    • Greetings Christine! Great thinking:) Yes, it will be gathered to fit and be sewn into the elastic band, which will be to your waist measurement. Depending on the elasticity of the band, it should be able to stretch over your hips. If not, the skirt can always be worn over your head and pulled down. Hope that helps! If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Regards, Ann

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