The Saturday Skirt is the first design release from Mimi's Mom! My style is classic lines with a hint of whimsy that never goes out of style. The Saturday Skirt is inspired by my everyday life as a busy mom of three that bikes all over and still wants to look decent. And I always need a pocket! This skirt is perfect to throw on with a tee or tank and run out the door to grab some veggies on a Saturday morning at the farmer's market.
The Saturday Skirt is a gentle A-line with an elastic waist, meant to be worn at your natural waist or dropped a couple inches lower as you prefer. As the back waist sits a little higher, you should always be covered! Ease through the hips is 4", ease at waist is 10", so picking size based on hips is generally the best choice. This pattern fits an average height of 5'5" with a finished back length of 22".
Appropriate fabrics are quilting cottons, bottomweights, linen. You may need to purchase additional yardage to match patterns. Also needed is 3/4? elastic.
This product listing is for a PDF download of a sewing pattern. This is not for an actual item as pictured. No pattern will be mailed to you. A download will be made available upon completion of your purchase. Pattern includes 14 printable pages that can be printed on your home printer and assembled to create a full pattern. Eight pages of pattern instructions with illustrated steps and a one page quick version of the steps is also included in your download.
This pattern is copyrighted by Darcie Griffin and may not be reproduced or distributed without permission. By purchasing this pattern, you receive the right to possess and reprint this PDF for home use. You may not give or sell this pattern to others. You may produce products to sell based on this pattern in small quantities. You may not use it for mass production. Feel free to credit the pattern name and designer, but this is not required.
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I've been crafting since forever! My mom was a home ec major, so I've always sewn. I took her scraps to costume my Ginny dolls for their various life events when I was 7 or 8. Now I usually make ...
I've been crafting since forever! My mom was a home ec major, so I've always sewn. I took her scraps to costume my Ginny dolls for their various life events when I was 7 or 8. Now I usually make purses or kid related stuff. Sometimes I still throw scraps together to make matching doll dresses for my daughters. I blog about crafting at http://mimismom.comView all patterns by designer (1) »