This infinity dress is versatile and can be worn many ways. The one I’m going to make is a size medium. Spandex or jersey knit work best because of its stretch. You can wear this dress all year round depending on how you style it. It’s also super comfy!
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Line up the sides of the skirt with the right sides facing each other and pin. If you cannot determine a right side of the fabric like this spandex I’m using, then you can use either side. Stitch the sides with a 1/2 inch seam allowance. Back stitch at the beginning and the end and fold to the right side.
Then, pin and stitch the side of the waistband with a 1/2 inch seam allowance and fold up. Take one strap piece and line the width of the rectangle up to the side seam. Pin to the top of the waistband with the right sides facing each other. Do the same for the second strap on the other side. Make sure it overlaps the first strap by an inch. Stitch with a 1/4 inch seam allowance across the top. Take the second waistband piece and pin around the waistband and over the straps. Make sure the straps are facing down. Starting a 1/2 inch in, stitch with a 1/2 inch seam allowance and leave a 1/2 inch open at the end. Then, pin and stitch the sides with a 1/2 inch seam allowance and fold to the inside. Fold the edge of the inside waistband over a 1/2 inch and pin to the inside seam. Then stitch with an 1/8th of an inch seam allowance. Back stitch at the beginning and the end, and the infinity dress is now complete.
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