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This apron skirt will be a favorite! It’s sweet and feminine but also a little bit fun and sporty. It has great “twirl ability” and is so light and breezy!
This pattern includes instructions for sizes 2 through 6 (but can easily be lengthened to accommodate taller girls).
Although this is an “apron skirt”, feel free to make it without the apron for a fast
but beautiful skirt! I’ve included instructions for a pocket, but that too is optional. Don’t be afraid to leave the pocket off and add some fun appliqués or embroidery instead.
Also included are instructions for adding “sleeve ruffles” to a store bought tank
top. The templates for drawing the curved line on these is at the end of the
This ebook includes 24 pages of instructions with 52 color pictures and detailed drawings.
It requires around 1 yard of fabric for the largest size and just a fat quarter for the apron. The smaller sizes require less.
Sizes that can be made: 2-6
The finished skirt length is 10 inches for a 2 year old up to 14 inches for a 6 year old.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making a skirt. It does not include a paper pattern for the skirt. Measurements are given for cutting pieces. 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.
Love this skirt! Very versatile. I have made many for gifts and they are always loved! I also wish it came in larger sizes.
I love this pattern! This skirt is so cute. You can make it with or without the apron. I've made a few of them already and plan to make more.
Love this pattern,skirt came out so cute!Will be making pattern was very clear & easy to follow.
I've made several of these and always love the end result. Wish it came in larger sizes!
Love this skirt! Very easy pattern to follow, great for everyone! I have made 2 skirts, can't wait to make many more.
I love this skirt! The pattern was so easy, I made it in just a few hours. And, it turned out so cute! I have had a few requests from friends to make it for their daughters, so it looks like I will be making a few more.
This pattern is for the use of purchaser only. It is not for mass
production however, the purchaser may create individual garments to sell. An original pattern created by Jona Giammalva 2009. Reproduction not permitted.