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……Continue until the row is complete, going clear to the other end. If it hangs over the last edge a bit, that’s perfectly fine.
#10: Continue with all of the other rows, working your way from the outside towards the inside.
If it hangs off too much, like more than 1/2-1″, trim it off.
#11: When you’ve done all of the rows, take the edges (the long line you cut earlier towards the center, where it will open and wrap around the tree) and hem them under.
And you’re done!
Note: I left the little gathering edge in the center, because I liked the look. You can always hem that, or wrap a ribbon/fabric piece around it, if you’d like.
Seriously, I absolutely LOVE my skirt – the colors, the ruffles, the size – it’s perfect (for me)! I also love how much EASIER it was than I originally thought – I should’ve made this years ago!
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