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Lettuce was a symbol of the Egyptian god Min, whose harvest festival was celebrated the first month of summer. Celebrate summer in your Summercrisp Skirt, which is shaped like the leaves of summercrisp lettuce.
This circular wrap skirt will help fill all the holes in your wardrobe since it comes in two lengths (knee & midi) & can use most any medium to light weight fabric (knit or woven).
Just pick a length & fabric for the look you want: try an ITY jersey in the shorter version for a flirty date night look or a wool challis in the longer version for a comfortable yet stylish office outfit.
This unique pattern is deceptively simple & quick to make. It features a triangular panel that sits over one hip as well as an asymmetrical hem that peeks up to be shorter on the sides. Whip one up in an afternoon & be ready to wear it the next day.
Disparate Disciplines PDF patterns come with printing guides so you only print the pages you need for the style & size you want to make. So while this PDF has 45 pages, you will only need to tile together 13-17 for the knee length skirt or 14-23 for the midi.
Each pattern also has a printable envelope that can be assembled in just a minute or two to help make pattern storage easy. The envelope also features a recipe to go along with the name of the pattern. The recipe for the Summercrisp Skirt is a shiitake lettuce wrap.