Backgammon Skirt Tutorial

Louise from I’m Feelin’ Crafty invited me to participate in her Sew Ready to Play series, where bloggers are sharing sewing projects inspired by games. Predictable as I am, I made a skirt for my girls. And I used triangles! Very similar to the bunting skirt that I made for the Moda Bake Shop a few months back, this is a simple elastic waist skirt with a patchwork hem band. Inspired by a backgammon board, this easy skirt uses bits of my new fabric for Kokka on a charcoal chambray background.

Visit I’m Feelin’ Crafty to print the .pdf tutorial and see the adorable projects that people have been making. Here are a few of them:

Hopscotch Hanging Organizer from The Southern Institute.

Super Mario Brothers T-shirt from Skirt as Top.

Memory Game, made by Louise.

Plush Pizza from Cirque Du Bebe.

 

6 comments to Backgammon Skirt Tutorial

  • That skirt is absolutely lovely — your new prints are so beautiful against the grey!

  • I would wear the adult version of that skirt! :)

  • WHOA. That skirt is SO adorable! I’m loving the prints you used. Thanks for sharing the tutorial with us! :)

  • Craft magazine posted a thumbnail of this gorgeous skirt on their Facebook page, and I was up to come here to tell you, how much I LOVE your fabric choises. – And now I even read that the fabrics are totally your baby?! I am very impressed.
    I really, really love these prints a lot, and I will totally order me some yardage of it.
    By the way:
    The skirt is too adorable as well.

    Thanks for sharing!
    :) !

  • I love this skirt! It´s so cheerful. I shared the link of your great tutorial in my blog, hope you don´t mind I took the photo with me? Thank you for sharing! Zuzsa

  • I used your tutorial to make this skirt for my 8yo daughter. She has received so many compliments, mostly from adults who want this skirt as well. You have such a gift, thank you for sharing!

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