And yes， the skirt still has plenty of flexibility…；..perfect for climbing and other such fun.
I used knit fabric as the skirt base and then added the chiffon to that.？ Mine is made for my little girl who wears a 4T， so adjust this tutorial as needed…；…；but you don’；t want/need the knit skirt base to be very full.？ But you don’；t want it too snug/tight either so that it limits movement.？ So my little girl is about 20 inches around in the waist， so I figured about 28 inches around would be plenty big.solid throw pillow covers
So I started with a piece of knit that was 29 x 11 inches. (An extra inch in the width for the side seam allowance and an extra 2 inches for the top and bottom seam allowances.)
Then I cut a long strip of interfacing that was 29 inches long and about 1/2 of an inch wide.？ Then I ironed it to the bottom edge of the skirt on the wrong side of the fabric.？ I did this because this knit was rolling so much and I wanted the bottom edge of the skirt to stay flat and not roll upaccent pillow case baby home and living， making the skirt base shorter and shorter.
Then， I folded skirt in half and sewed a seam along the side of the skirt， using a 1/2 inch seam allowance.？ I sewed another stitch right next to the first， for re-enforcement.
Then， I made a gathering stitch along the top edge of each of the circles of chiffon， 1/4 inch away from the top edge.？ (Need help with gathering？？ Click here for me info.)？ Then I pulled the threads， cinching in the chiffon.
Then I slid this ruffle over the skirt， and adjusted the chiffon to fit around the skirt just right.？ I pinned the ruffle in place， allowing the ruffle to fall about 1 inch below the bottom edge of the knit base.
Then I attached a safety pin to a piece of 3/4 inch wide elastic， and threaded it through the casing at the waist.
Hello to all you BERNINA enthusiasts!? Welcome back to the BERNINA 125th Anniversary Quilt-Along!? I’m BERNINA Expert and Amanda Murphy and in this post we will be working on the last of the pieced blocks that you’ll need to complete the quilt.? Since many are busy for the holidays (and are also hard at work completing the optional embroidery) we kept it light this month.? You’ll be able to whip up these blocks in no time!
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