Diy How To Sew A Fully Lined Pencil Skirt | Jessica nneka



perfect hey guys welcome to my channel in the previous video I showed you how to make your pencil skirt pattern both the front and the back and I also showed you how to cut your pattern on your fabric and I also showed how you place notches on your fabric and also how you can transfer your dust lines on your fabric check the description box below this video and also the comment section for the link to this video so you can learn how to make your own pencil skirt pattern now moving on this tutorial is going to be on how to show your pieces together and make a pencil sketch now this is how you cut your band place your fabric in half and take your waist divided by 2 and take two inches as try for the hook now I will be using two inches for my waist band but I will be adding one inch which is going to be 1/2 inch on one side and half each on the other side so as to join my band to my sketch the 1 inch is seam allowance now after making my 3 inches I am going to connect my lines and cut this out now once my band is set and ready I am going to iron my interfacing which I have done I used soft stay as you can see I have caught my line in same way I caught my fabric and I have placed my dad lines and not cheese on my langing as I did for my fabric now this is how you place your dad's fold the center line the middle line and so on the half-inch and fold again on the center line and so from the half-inch all the way down to where your dad ends and you should do the same for your front fabric your lining and also your back pieces now this is what your that should look like once you're done sewing just make sure you follow the line you placed on your fabric and your dad's would look as neat as it should be now place your Center box together good size together now you're gonna be taking the length of your zipper or the length you want for your zipper opening I am going to be using 7 inches now I am going to be taking the length I want for my sleeves I want a very small sleep you can do it inches you can do 10 you depending on how you want it now remember you have two inches hem in allowance at the bottom you have to put that in mind now from this point I am going to stitch all the way to desktop and make sure you over lock each ends now I would also place my line in good size together and I am going to take same procedure I did on my fabric I will take seven inches right there and I would also take 8 inches from the bottom up now from this point I would sort those points now this is the zipper I'm going to be using for this tutorial and next thing you need to do is to take your seam allowance your zipper seam allowance right there now fold on that allowance she took on that line now place your fabric like this just very close to your zipper teeth and start pinning now on the other side also take your zipper seam allowance which is one and half inches right there and on that line fold just like you did for the other one now place your zipper like this and place this one on top of it like this just make sure it's covering the teeth of the zipper with just about half inch now next thing you need to do is to pin your fabric to your zipper so your fabric doesn't move now here is a guide on how to sew your zipper right on the folded edge of your flaps that they can half inch down to where you want your stitches to stop now this is how you sew so on the half inch you placed on your fabric and from here and just sew like this very close to the teeth of the zipper all the way to the top now once you are done it should be looking as neat as this now place the good sides of your front and your backs together and start taking your seam allowance what I placed on my pass and was one and half inches and that is what I am taking right there from the top to the bottom now you're going to show on this line and we're going to do very much the same thing to the lining of the front and the back and you're going to so now as you can see I am done doing that now I would place my line into the fabric now as you can see I have mucked out my hem line on my lining remember to place the notches together the notches you made on the hem line now so from right here to this end and also so from right here to the end now that I am done sewing I will go on and turn this out now we are going to go on and eye on the bottom part now this is how you do it fold your fabric like this push the lining in words a little bit like this and make sure your fabric is peeping through like this and we're going to iron this all the way to the end now as you can see I am done ironing and you can see how neat it's looking on the inside now for your slits at this point you need to make sure that your center back streets are the same length and are facing each other directly now this is how you sew your slits together now from both points open it up like this and so that the lining and the fabric will meet themselves now once you've done that now do places like this and this is your seam allowance your zipper seam allowance line but you're going to mock about half inch on the inside and you're going to show from this inside upwards now you're going to do very much the same this is your zipper seam allowance but you're going to take half inch on the inside and you're going to sew on that line now when you saw on that line you're way to stop around here that slightly above where your slit stops you can see that slightly above where your slit stops and that is how you solder pads now once you're done it should be looking like this it should be like looking like this now once you turn it out you will have it looking like this on the inside and on the outside now it's time to join our lining to our zipper now I'm torn your lining like this now I just marked my zipper seam allowance on my lining I am going to be joining into the flap of my zipper fabric now I will place this like this and I will start to pin once I am done I will go on and sew it like this make sure you saw on your flap and not on your scats one you're done you should look like this and I will go on and do very much the same on this side I have taken my zipper seam allowance and I will pin on that line and I will also go on and make my stitches make sure you saw on the flap and not on your skirt and you should look like this once you're done now next thing you want to do is take your seam allowance on your fabric and also on your lining and I have done that in our stitch from the fabric all the way so the lightning yeah by joining my friend Scott to the basket side seams together now at this point you can go in and check if your measurements are intact now my waist divided by two is 17 and I am checking that and I have 17 right there and now for my hip side I already made no cheese on the so – tells me this is where my hip is so I will take my hip divided by 2 which is 23 and yeah I have 23 right thigh now for the bottom paths you can go on every shape it as much as you want but I will leave my the way it is now once you're sure everything is in place you need to make sure and arrange your sketch and make sure it's looking at knit as this and not like this so now it's time to join our lining to the waste of our lining to our fabric and I'll go on and join it like this at the very edge now at this point you want to make sure you have placed your half inch seam allowance on each side of your band right here I have 1/2 inch and right here I have 1/2 inch now I would go on and stuff from folding on the half inch and I would eye on all the way to the end and I would also do the same on this side I will fold on the half inch mark and iron all the way to the end now once you are done doing that issue should have it looking like this now next thing you need to do is to fold one inch remember I said my my band height is 1 inch now you make a fold on those 1 inch and iron it's done once you do that you should have it looking like this this way it's going to be so much easier to attach these on your scats now as you can see I have attached my line into my skirt and next thing you will do is to open up your zipper and once you're done doing that we're going to start attaching our waistband now it's always best to stuff from those points and not from the zipper flap points now from those points we're going to place this unfold like 14 half-inch inwards now place this right there at the waist of your skirt and start sewing and join it by half inch just make sure you saw on that half inch line mark you placed on your scats this line just follow it all the way through so the end now once you're done sewing you would have it looking like this now you're going to start from where you started sewing again from where you started sewing fold in half inch and fold in one inch now from the top of the band at the edge you're going to close this edge off and sew it all the way down and take it like this and you're going to keep folding in your half inch and keep folding in your one inch and you're going to keep sewing like this until you get to the end of the pant you're going to sew on top of your band until you get to the end of the band and once you get to the end I am going to be taking one and a half inches for my hook-and-eye one inch for the hook and half inch for folding in words now I am going to cut off a little excess and fold half inch in and I will sew and finish it up like this whatever you do just make sure the flap of your bands matches the flap of your zipper now I'm guessing who can I your I will be here and your hook over here when you hook it it's going to look like this and your skirt is it's away and beautiful if you liked this video please make sure you like and subscribe and hope to see you in more exciting videos to come

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