Putting a lining in a garment, seems to make a lot of people nervous. For whatever reason, it seems to be so much more complicated than sewing a garment without a lining, but essentially all you're doing is sewing the same garment twice and then putting one inside the other. If it's a basic skirt, it's pretty straight-forward and simple. But what do you do if your skirt has a vent extension, also known as a slit. It's still easy, but there are some extra steps involved, plus an adjustment to your skirt fabric pieces if your pattern doesn't give you a separate pattern piece for the lining. But once you see the results of a beautiful lined skirt, you will agree that taking the time and the extra effort is well worth it. We'll take you step-by-step through the process so you'll be able to tackle it yourself with no problem at all.
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