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Step 9: You're ready to sew the back

Sew a seam following your back pin line.
Love this! I'm an Apostolic Pentecostal, and our churches teaches how skirts are modest and we should dress modest, so I made the decision to stop wearing pants and only skirts and dresses. And jean skirts are like most Apostolics' go-to for everyday wear, but they're hard to find, and expensive. So now, i have a way to recycle my old jeans instead of throwing them away, and I'll get the new skirts I want!
<p>You would LOVE Brazil! Because of such a huge group of Christians called &quot;crentes&quot; (believers), there are SO many jean skirts! So many styles and types! I always get a few when I go back home!</p>
I am going to try this coz it seems super easy
Very gud attempt....Thank I will try.... <br>
this is great!! thanks!
true xD nice DIY
&nbsp;Thank You so much!!! I just finished making mine and it was quick and simple. Plus I love my new skirt :)&nbsp;
I am a guy and i am trying to make a skirt for my girlfriend out of some camo hunting pants but it has to be longer than the one you are advertising here....HELP!!!<br /> can you make these longer than what you say to?<br />
thank you!<br /> and your pic are awesome!!<br />
I LIKE THIS IDEA........................... IT'S SOOOO SIMPLE &amp;&nbsp;YOU JUST CAN'T GO WRONG WITH IT~~~&nbsp;AT ALL!!!!!!<br /> <br /> JUST WONDERING WHEN YOU STARTED PRACTICING DID U USE BOY JEANS??????<br /> <br /> SOO YOU WOULDN'T MESS UP ON YOUR JEANS YOU ALREADY HAD?
Awesome!!! kEEp iT Up! I had the same Q?
I just happen to have a part of dark blue jeans that I was planning to throw out... how convienent :)
I did this exactly like your directions...and. it. is. so. CUTE!!!! Thank you so much for sharing. :)
I remember these from the 1970s! Fun to make &amp; really comfy. Buy some used jeans and turn them into great skirts for CHEAP! Check out <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.oldjeanshome.com">Old Jeans Home</a><br/>
I bought a skirt just like this three weeks ago and paid $80 for it. While I was buying it I kept thinking "I bet I could make one." And it looks like I could have. Great instructions. Thanks for sharing!

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