The socialite skirt is a quick, easy skirt. And the best part, it’s got no zipper. The waistband on this skirt is stretchy. It is just nice to be able to pull it on with a shirt and go. It’s a lot more casual, which is nice for lounging around, … Continue reading →
This skirt is not only gorgeous but striking too as it’s made of upcycled curtains. It’s pretty and versatile, perfect for various events, both casual and more formal. The fuzzy scalloped pattern is also very interesting and adds a touch of funky.
The circle skirt is one of the easiest items of clothing to sew, making it an ideal starter project for a beginner and great for anyone who wants to whip up a skirt in a hurry. The skirt is formed from a simple circular shape that flows with flare and … Continue reading →
I love skirts – in the summer with some cute flats and in the winter they look great with boots. This skirt is awesome with its vintage flair and comes to us from Sew Delicious. The possibilities are endless on how to switch up the materials for your contrast … Continue reading →
I cannot believe this was SO EASY! If you want an easy to make an easy to wear skirt that’s flattering, and so cheap to make then this pattern is for you. It took just minutes to make and I assure you anyone can do it. Too tight for you? Too short? Too … Continue reading →
Have you EVER owned a pencil skirt that fit you properly? I find the ready to wear either gape in the waist, or are too tight across the hip or thigh or the darts aren’t right. I guess perhaps my waist to hip ratio does not match the ideal hourglass figure. Neither … Continue reading →
I love wearing long skirts, anytime of the year. This free pattern is from Pretty Quirky Pants. The pattern is super easy to follow and only 12 steps! You could substitute the jersey material shown for a jewel toned suede cotton for a festive winter skirt. A batik cotton … Continue reading →
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