Tuesday, November 8

Any Size Circle Skirt Calculator

ANY SIZE CIRCLE SKIRT PATTERN CALCULATOR PDF

Click to make a circle skirt in any size
Want a pattern to make a circle skirt, a poodle skirt, a square dance skirt or swing/twirl skirt in your size?  Maybe make one for your friend and her daughter.  Then you should try this pattern calculator!  Not only can you create circle skirts you can create a half circle skirt which is half the fullness of the full circle.  You can create a three quarter circle skirt which is 3/4 the fullness of a full circle and you can create a A-Line skirt which is a quarter of a circle!

Did I mention that THE MATH IS DONE FOR YOU!

You can do all of that and make it in virtually any size and length you like!  Did I mention that you can even do a tiered skirt or add a wide yoke to the waistline?  Click the pic and check it out.

Use this file (once purchased), you enter the desired measurements and then print using the buttons provided.  You can add seam allowance in both directions, ease, and even a waistband or elastic.  You can even do panels.

If I didn't make something clear in any of the patterns, as always you can use the contact form in this blog.  Please, don't be shy, I welcome all feedback.

Hot Pink Diamonds Dress



Doll sized strapless dress with exposed bodice darts and huge bow. To achieve the intended look, there are two bodices and is fully lined with contrasting fabric.

It is available via download and hardcopy  at BigGurlCloz.com!











Below are images from and to enhance the instructions that come in the purchased pattern. Click the pictures to enlarge.

Dress 2b - This is the wrong side of the outer bodice.  The two spots are the dart points.


Dress 3a - The top edge of the inner bodice is pointing away from you.  The green pin shows the end of  the stitches, 3/8" from curved edge.

Dress 3e - Click to see the stitches on curved edged, but the not catching the bodice.

Dress 4c - it's ok if there is a little gap between the pieces.



Bow 15b - extension attached to bottom of the bow.
Bar tacks can be accomplished by setting your machine to zigzag, decreasing the stitch length to zero or lowering the feed dogs.

Bow 15c - accordion fold
Bow 15c - Turned and tacked.
Bow 15d - Twist, keeping bodice flat.

Bow 15d - tack to bodice after twist

Bow Tacked in place

18” Doll Square Neck Dresses





11632 ― 18” Doll Square Neck Dresses

This is my first published pattern!   It is available via download and hardcopy  at BigGurlCloz.com!

Come back here for comments & help.



This is very easy to create.  I used remnants and scraps form other projects.


FREE crochet pattern for 18" Doll: Peek-a-Boo beanie Hat

Here's a free crochet pattern for 18" Doll: Peek-a-Boo beanie Hat

Clicking the link will open a new window for Craftsy.com to download.