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WRAP SKIRT by MODKID

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Author MODKID/Patty Young Designs
Price $5.99
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by Hayes, Dulcie
on May 1st, 2016

“SUPER easy to follow and I added my own little personal touch to the bottom :)
SOOOO glad that I found this pattern from my tween was excited to have something made by me and it did me proud to finally dust my machines off and sew for her.”

Our easy-to-sew wrap skirt for women is feminine, figure-flattering and fashionable! This is the perfect canvas for that bold print you've been dying to use. Because our Wrap Skirt is made based on your own body measurements, it will fit all body types. No more worrying about a perfect fit. Our easy-to-follow instructions will guide you step by step through taking your measurements and creating your custom-made garment. Best suited for XS - L women.

Copyright

©2014 Patty Young Designs for MODKID, LLC®. All Rights Reserved. Do NOT reproduce without permission. Photography, illustrations and layout by and property of Patty Young.

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FABRIC AND NOTIONS REQUIREMENTS:

SUGGESTED FABRICS: quilting cottons, shirtings, lightweight denim, muslin, twill, chambray. Use Patty Young’s fabric collections for a modern and eclectic look.

Front cover skirt uses Diamonds from Patty’s Textured Basics collection for Michael Miller Fabrics. Inset skirt uses Zig Zag Dot from Heaven & Helsinki.

FABRIC REQUIREMENTS:
(based on 44"/45"-wide fabrics)
• Fabric #1 (main skirt): 1 1/8 y. (petite) or 1 1/2 y. (tall)
• Fabric #2 (waistband & tie): 1/2 y. (XS-S) or 2/3 y. (M-L)

NOTIONS:
• Coordinating thread
• Buttonhole foot

by Hayes, Dulcie
on May 1st, 2016

SUPER easy to follow and I added my own little personal touch to the bottom :)
SOOOO glad that I found this pattern from my tween was excited to have something made by me and it did me proud to finally dust my machines off and sew for her.

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