• Image of DIY Denim Skirt
  • Image of DIY Denim Skirt
  • Image of DIY Denim Skirt

Step by Step VIDEO Tutorial!
I have searched high and low for a denim skirt that I could wear all year round and I just could NOT find one. So, in true Mimi G form I decided to just make one and show you how to make one too. This skirt is perfect for so many reasons...

1. Make it any length you want!
2. Button all the way down or un-button as far up as you'd like.
3. Choose to make a front button opening skirt or a side button opening.
4. Both options have pockets!
5. Can made from any lightweight or medium weight woven fabric.

Great for Beginners and Intermediate Seamstresses.

READ!! The PDF file attached in the email you will receive after placing your order it contains all the information needed to access your tutorial. The email is sent instantly so PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER. MAKE SURE TO SAVE THE PDF to your computer.

There is NO VIDEO DOWNLOADING required and access does not expire but the PDF download link will so you must save the PDF in order to access the tutorial in future.

My Step-by Step Video Tutorials are extremely detailed and I show you every step while we "sew together" I make sure to explain why I am doing something and what the benefit is and I cover all the necessary tools and fabric suggestions in the video and in the PDF.

My goal is to make sure that I keep the process clear and easy for everyone to follow no matter the skill level.

The skirt is drafted from measurements so it can be made in any size.

HOW IT WORKS:

The downloadable PDF in the email you receive after placing your order contains all the information needed to access your tutorial. The email is sent instantly so please also check your spam folder. MAKE SURE TO SAVE THE PDF to your computer.

There is NO VIDEO DOWNLOADING required and access does not expire. Each PDF contains your password and direct link to the tutorial page where you will find all the information you need along with the step by step videos.

*DIGITAL FILES/TUTORIALS ARE NOT REFUNDABLE*