Here's a tutorial on my favorite 'father inspired' skirt!
Made with 34 ties!

And a matching one for my lovely little assistant!  :)

Step 1: You'll Need Ties...lots of Ties!

Start with a pile of ties!  I used 34 for mine.
(ties can get pricey--even second hand, even a tie for $2 is going to make this skirt cost $60+)

I wanted to do a tie skirt for a long time...like when I was in
High school...
It took me 10 years to collect enough ties for it!
So, ask around...ask every guy you know to donate a tie to the cause!

Most of these ties were snagged, the lining was coming out or had some little problem...or they were just
way outdated!  Even better!  :)

I knew how long I wanted my finished skirt to be,
so I cut my ties all 2 inches longer than the desired length (measuring from the bottom of the big end)...mine are 22 inches total length...
so I started with them 24 inches.  (I saved all the skinny ends and used it for my daughters skirt.)
this would give me enough space to make sure they were
even across the top when I did the waistband.
This is actually super cool:)
This looks amazing!
By the way I voted
Thank you and thanks for the vote! :)
This is just plain nifty, now I think you need a pic in your skirt and your monster hood, I do I do!
Oh thanks! If I ever wear the skirt and the hood at the same time, I'll be sure to snap a pic! :)
So cute! I love the tie design variety!
Thanks! It's fun to see my dad's and hubby's old school ties in there too! It's fun if they have some memories... <br>:)

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Bio: Hi! My name is Natalie! I have an awesome husband that lets me be a Play-at-home mom of 3! We homeschool and do projects daily ... More »
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