1. Thanks for this tut!! It was well done and super easy to follow (even with the math!!) 😉 I made a skirt and posted the finished product on my blog, of course crediting and linking to you. 🙂

  2. 2) Joan McLemore


  3. 3) Kathy

    Dana, I am making poodle skirts for my granddaughters and their friends using this pattern. You noted that it takes 1 yard of fabric? Is that for 45″ fabric? I am using felt and it usually comes in 54-60″ so I’m thinking I wouldn’t need a yard for each skirt.

    Thanks a bunch for sharing with us.


  4. 6) tia

    hi, i love the circle skirt, but i was just wondering if you could email me what type of fabrics i could use for the skirt. for example silk, cotton…. that would be an absolute gem. thanks

  5. Hi Dana, thanks for the tutorials. I made 3 skirts now for my daughter. I made changes by adding a waistband. They are used regularly and i love them. Ive blogged about them linking here. Thanks.

  6. 8) Elaine

    If you made this out of scarf fabric would you have a kids ballet type dance skirt?

  7. 9) pam

    I do not see the circle skirt tutorial anywhere on this site (probably user error) – such as where could i find the measurements for the fabric I should be cutting? Could someone please share the direct URL with me – I’m a beginner sewer and I think I could do this one 🙂

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  9. 12) Vivi

    Thanks SOOOOOOOO much for this tutorial. I was making a circle skirt for myself and for school. I was a bit confused but your video helped a lot. I am now making tons of circle skirts thanks to you;):););)

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  12. 13) Céline.D.m

    Hi Dana,
    Thank you so much for your videos, this one is really easy and beautifull (l’m a beginner) and thank you to speak so clearly (I’m french).
    What is your sew machine model?
    It seems great!
    Bises Céline

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