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The Madison Reversible Wrap Skirt

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Author My Childhood Treasures
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by Flowers, Janet
on July 28th, 2013

“I made two of these skirts for my 4 yr old twin granddaughters to wear for 4th of July activities. They looked adorable. The pattern is extremely easy to follow. I remember wrap skirts from my childhood and the ones I made and wore back then had long ties that came through a buttonhole at the side and tied in the front. I adjusted the pattern to accommodate this type of tie. I will be making many more of these skirts for the girls. Thanks for a great pattern.”

The Madison reversible wrap skirt pattern is an easy to make skirt suitable for the beginner sewer.

Complete with funky vintage inspired pockets you’ll be surprised just how easy this pattern is. There are no tricky gathers or buttonholes in this pattern. The adjustable ties and the generous wrap at the back means this adorable skirt with grow with your little girl.

BONUS TUTORIAL - You can use ready made bias binding for the ties to make this skirt even faster or I have included instructions on making your own bias. You don’t need any special tools.

This sewing pattern is multi-sized and comes in sizes 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10 (to fit approximately ages 2 to 10)

This skirt could be made from a multitude of fabrics. If you are looking for something warm and cozy for Winter you could use lightweight denim, velvet, wool or wool blend and line it with colorful cottons. For a light summer skirt you could use light or medium weight cottons.

All my children patterns and baby patterns an can be made with or without a serger and are designed for beginner sewers who do not have much experience.

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This skirt could be made from a multitude of fabrics. If you are looking for something warm and cozy for Winter you could use lightweight denim, velvet, wool or wool blend and line it with colorful cottons. For a light summer skirt you could use light or medium weight cottons.

by Flowers, Janet
on July 28th, 2013

I made two of these skirts for my 4 yr old twin granddaughters to wear for 4th of July activities. They looked adorable. The pattern is extremely easy to follow. I remember wrap skirts from my childhood and the ones I made and wore back then had long ties that came through a buttonhole at the side and tied in the front. I adjusted the pattern to accommodate this type of tie. I will be making many more of these skirts for the girls. Thanks for a great pattern.

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