Hooray! That's what your girls will scream with excitement when they put this skirt on for the first time, it's so flowy and you can twirl it around! And you'll be thrilled too because you can download this skirt pattern for free! Girls' skirt JUNE is basically a circle skirt and is made up of four parts (+ waistband), so it is easy to sew, looks nice, and is comfortable to wear.
The pattern - Free download
This skirt pattern is constructed in a professional program for clothing pattern development and it is available in sizes 80–164. The pattern is available in PDF A4 and PDF A1 format so you can print it on your home printer or plotter.
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I used this amazing material for the salmon skirt for Terulka: Double gauze. If you don't have experience with this material yet, I recommend trying it out. It's just perfect for summer clothes - it's wonderfully breathable, lightweight, and terribly comfortable. But beware - once you try it, you will fall for it! :)
The sewing procedure is very simple, so I can recommend this pattern to beginners.
First, you sew all 4 pieces together to form a skirt. Then prepare your waistband, which I recommend folding in half (lengthwise, wrong side in) and ironing.
Sew the two shorter sides of the waistband (right side to right side) to form a loop.
Prepare the elastic - I recommend using a 2.5 cm / 1" wide band. Determine the correct length of the band by wrapping it around the waist of your kid. Then sew the ends of the elastic together to form a loop.
Insert your elastic into the prepared waistband, then pin the waistband to the upper edge of the skirt. Sew the waistband to the skirt.
Fold the bottom edge of the skirt inwards (1 cm / 0.4") and then once more and sew through the folded fabric to make a bottom hem.
The other day Terulka wore this skirt, so I immediately took out my camera to take a picture of her, and then suddenly I see what kind of outfit she is wearing - green slippers and socks pulled up to her mid-calves! :D
Do you like this skirt? Let me know in the comments below what you think of it. :)
Have a nice day, Petra
Looking for a women's skirt pattern? Then I have good news for you because I have prepared a free pattern for a women's skirt and sewing instructions for you in this article:
Please note that the pattern for women's skirt SWING is designed for knits and other stretchy materials of medium thickness.
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