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Could anyone make a twirly/circle skirt for a sick child please?

vikki_louise Posts: 2,358 Forumite
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Hi, I was wondering if any sewers on here might be able to make a skirt from your stash for a sick child? I'm organising a charity party and have princesses coming and going to have them teach the kids how to twirl properly. I've got a few volunteers making some skirts that can twirl (nothing professional) but I'm about 20 skirts short and wondered if anyone could help please? I could also do with some 'skirts' that are more like an apron so can be tied around wheelchairs.
If anyone could help it would be much appreciated. The party is June 25th and the address is Post Pals, PO Box 278, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT234WN

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  • sethsgran
    sethsgran Posts: 2,855 Forumite
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    So sorry I have only just seen this thread. Are you still in need of skirts for future events. I'm not an amazing seamstress but willing to make a skirt or 2 for you. What length, age and fabric would they need to be.
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