Feathers Flights // Sewing Blog: Me Made: Metallic Silver Skater Skirt


Me Made: Metallic Silver Skater Skirt

One of the fabrics I thrifted last week was a gorgeous liquid-like silver sweater knit. It was a little under two yards, so I decided to make a circle skirt. I LOVE circle skirts. They are super easy and quick to make and so flattering.
I cut the skirt in a full circle and cute the sides longer than the front and the back. Then I cut a simple waistband, sewed it to the skirt, and inserted elastic. Just simple and quick.
I hemmed the skirt with my serger and did a wide rolled edge hem. This is the first time in four years that I've done a rolled edge on my serger and not had the thread break! I was so happy that it worked without me fiddling with the tension. Hopefully, it will keep working for me.
Whenever I wear circle skirts I feel like I'm an amazing dancer. I want to dance through the day and point my toes.


  1. Gorgeous! I had my sister give me some blush chiffon type fabric. I want to layer it into a circle skirt, so do a couple of layers with a lining under it. It looks so romantic in my head. Pretty sure it will be a flop in real life. Which makes me scared to cut into the beautiful fabric.
    I love how this skirt turned out! Go

  2. I love this! Did you take a pic of the settings you used on your serger for your rolled hem? I've only done the rolled hem once and my thread broke many times....ack!

  3. Love this outfit, especially the girly skirt with the sporty shoes!!


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