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“This skirt is adorable!”
Five tiers of fluffy ruffles adorn this knee-length, a-line shaped, elastic-waist skirt that will be a shining jewel in her wardrobe. Thoughtfully designed to maximize the effect of the ruffles and minimize your fabric cost and sewing time!
You do not need a serger to sew this pattern.
11 sizes: 12-18 months, 18-24 months 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7/8, 9/10, 11/12 and 13/14.
Recommended sewing experience: Advanced Beginner or "persistent beginner". No techniques are difficult but experience hemming/finishing and gathering will move you along more quickly.
Ruby Ruffles Skirt is Diva Collection pattern #3. Diva Collection patterns are a little more full, have a little more flair, are a little more FUN - and this one takes it to the max!
Sewing time will vary by seamstress, size, and techniques used, but our testers averaged about 3 hours for their first time sewing the pattern, including printing and pattern assembly.
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This skirt is adorable!
This skirt is very easy to make. Also, thought I'd tell you, I used lace yardage for one and tulle for another and they turned out great! The kids were very excited.
Pattern came to together quickly and easily with truly adorable results. Sizing was spot on using measurements.
This skirt is Adorable with all the ruffles!! I made it for my sweet girl but it was too big so I gave it to another. I think it is a little heavy with all the ruffles but she absolutely LOVED it!! I will be making this again!!
This is an adorable skirt. Can't wait to give it to my granddaughter. The pattern was easy to follow. I decided to line each ruffle instead of all the hemmed edges. It turned out heavy I think. Next time I would just follow the pattern as is.