How to Make a Net Petticoat?


To make a net petticoat, take the necessary measurement, cut and sew the petticoat. Confirm the measurements, hand hem the bottom, then add the waist band. Take the net and pin it by folding and then sew it on.
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How to Make a Net Petticoat
Although slips and other underskirt garments are slowly becoming obsolete, there are occasional situations or costumes that require a petticoat or other underskirt. An authentic cotton or linen full petticoat for, say, a proper Revolutionary War or even... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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1. Decide how much netting you want to be visible under your petticoat. Be sure not to sew the netting too high under the skirt, or it will add too much volume. 2. Tuck the netting
Oh yes I had one of those. I used to stiffen it with sugar and water. It was shocking pink and had oodles of frills. I was so proud of it. I wore it to jive at the local ballroom.
First you need to know how long the petticoat needs to be, then decide if you have enough to make several layers at that length, cut the net to the right length leaving about an inch
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