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|Author||carolina fair designs|
“I made this for my granddaughter and loved the easy to follow instructions. She will get alot more for school this fall!”
This little skirt is an easy project to make for any little princess. It’s also so appropriate for ‘back-to-school’ because the optional shorts underneath ensure modesty on the playground. Each step is fully illustrated with pictures and/or diagrams.
Suggested materials are light- to mid-weight cotton and knit fabric for the ruffle. The knit fabric for the ruffle can be cut from a lightweight t-shirt or from store-bought knit fabric.
This tutorial includes optional shorts that can be sewn to the inside of the skirt to make a ‘skort.’ For a baby, you can put elastic in the short legs (bloomer style).
Full sized pattern pieces are included to make a skirt or skort in sizes 12 months, 18 months, 2T, 3/4, 5/6, and 7/8.
-½ to 1 yard lightweight cotton fabric
-1 yard of 1” elastic (or enough to go around the child’s waist)
-1 yard of ¼” elastic for a bloomer style skort
-A bit of ribbon or ric-rac for the bow
-Some lightweight knit fabric for the ruffle. You can cut this from a lightweight women’s t-shirt (if you want to recycle) or you will cut a 1 ½” strip from a piece of 60” wide lightweight knit fabric – so buy the smallest amount they will sell you.
24 pages and 61 pictures or diagrams
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and patterns for making a skirt/skort. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
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I hate to give anything a bad review, but I must. I made the size 3-4 and it was snugger and shorter than expected, but ok. However, I almost messed up making the size 8 for someone. No way is this close to a size 8 in the waist or length. It is several sizes off. The skirt is a cute idea and the 3/4 was cute, but the sizing needs to be way adjusted. By the way, yes I had my printer settings right and the square measured an inch by an inch.
I made this for my granddaughter and loved the easy to follow instructions. She will get alot more for school this fall!
Fantastic pattern! I have made many skirts using this pattern. My girls love them!
Easy to follow pattern and granddaughter loves it.
I have made three of these now, love them for school. Still have the whole 'girly" effect, but with shorts! Easy to follow pattern.
very easy to follow! This is the perfect skirt to make for active little girls!!
Great pattern and my GD LOVED it! The shorts make it go great and make the outfit complete.
I have made several of the skorts and LOVE THIS PATTERN!! It is so easy. The skirts/skorts always turn out so cute!
I love the fact that this pattern has shorts and that it goes up to a 7/8. Directions are clear.