This pattern is designed for Cotton Woven skirt with a knit waist band. This is a PDF sewing pattern and all sales are final with no refunds.
Surround Me With Love skirt is a fantastic twirl skirt certain to delight any little girl.The skirt combines the fun of woven fabrics with the comfort of a knit, yoga-style waistband. Instructions are included if you prefer a woven drop-waist band with the same finished measurements. The skirt is designed very full for ultimate twirl and falls below the knee. Please be sure to measure your child from belly button to the bottom of the knee to get their measurements and adjust accordingly if needed. The skirt is designed
with a rolled hem using a serger Don't have a serger? No worries! We have included instructions for finishing with a sewing machine. This pattern is versatile. Great skirt for an adventurous beginner.
Hi, I am Pam. Mom to 4 boys and 1 girl. I was blessed with a special angel and through him he has taught me many things about life. I ventured off in sewing to make cloth diapers for him and the ...
Hi, I am Pam. Mom to 4 boys and 1 girl. I was blessed with a special angel and through him he has taught me many things about life. I ventured off in sewing to make cloth diapers for him and the younger two to help save money. Never realized how much I would love sewing till then. As our daughter got older I began making clothes for her and designing items that were different. Many of my friends loved my ideas and asked for me to share them. I would share most of my simple ideas with them and they loved them. When I designed a skirt for a special child with special needs everyone begged for that pattern. So, here I am sharing my ideas and designs with you now. I hope you find the things I create simple, yet cute and easy to assemble. I enjoy being different and creating unique designs. Most of all, I enjoy seeing children smile from my creations. Thanks for allowing me to share my ideas. You can also find me on thePluckyButterflyDesigns.comView all patterns by designer (8) »