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Charmy Euro Skirt - Sizes 2t-8yrs

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Author Ragazza Bella
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Have you ever wondered what you could make out of those pre cut charm packs that you have seen? I love these charm packs because you get a sampling of all the colorways of a fabric line without having to pay a fortune. Now, you can create a cute

Charmy Euro Skirt by Ragazza Bella using charm packs or assorted coordinating 5” fabric squares. The skirt contains offset fabric squares which give it a euro feel. An elastic waist ensures a comfortable fit.

7 pages, 13 pictures

Materials for skirt:

* 48 squares of 5” cotton fabric for 2-4: 13” length
* 52 squares of 5” cotton fabric for 5-8: 15” length
* waist width of ¾ inch elastic


Sizes that can be made: 2t-8

Final measurements: 2-4=13", 5-8=15" length

*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making a patchwork skirt. Since it is a download, you will receive this by email and it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.


by Rmenda
on April 30th, 2012

I've had this pattern since 2011 and its so much fun and it has grown with my daughter.. I add ric rac,change the bottom ruffle,etc .

using precut squares is the best way to go !

by Mason, Roberta
on February 28th, 2012

My daughter absolutely adores this skirt! It's easy to put together and looks so cute, so I adore it too! The instructions are very clear and easy to understand.

by Lookabill, Amy
on February 13th, 2012

I made this for my daughter's western day at school using bandana's and it was really cute. Very clear instructions, easy to follow!

by Rmenda Crane
on August 1st, 2001

I love this pattern !! I have made several skirts using this pattern !! I'm taking a sewing class and even my teacher loved my skirt ! Charm packs are easily bought on ebay or cordinating squares .. I use 4x4 squares or 5x5 charm packs.

by Amy Martin
on August 1st, 2001

I absolutely love this pattern! It is so simple! My daughter loves it and can't wait for me to make more. My only problem is deciding which charm packs to use!

 

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