Tips for the Rosari skirt pattern – by Lauren Guthrie

July 3, 2017   /   byPauline Alice  / Categories :  Feeds

Hello everyone,

Lauren, the owner of Birmingham-based haberdashery Guthrie & Ghani and finalist of the first “Great British sewing bee”, has made an amazing video with useful tips for the Rosari skirt pattern. I thought it would be a great idea to share it here as it can definitely be really useful.

Here are the main tips:

  • how to adjust the skirt length
  • how to topstitch and adjust the thread tension
  • tips on placement of the buttons and buttonholes
  • some styling tips to wear your Rosari skirt all year round

And if you’re looking for a nice sewing kirt with everything you’ll need to sew your Rosari skirt (pattern, denim fabric, thread, buttons…), check Lauren’s own kit!

 

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