Wrap Skirt Ahoi & Loop di Loop (A4 Paper

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Wrap Skirt Ahoi & Loop di Loop (A4 Paper Pattern


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Sewing: Wrap Skirt Ahoi & Loop di Loop (A4 Paper
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Pattern Details

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Girls, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Can you sew a seam straight as an arrow?
  • Do you want to learn about professional skirt making techniques?
  • Have you got a special present to make?

Pattern Description:

Pattern is for A4 European printers only! To order the US version please go to the alternate listing.

The pack includes patterns for ages 6-12 months, age 1-2, 2-3, 3-4, 4-5 & 5-6.
Detailed photo instructions for wrap skirt Ahoi are attached to age 1-2, wrap skirt Loop di Loop to age 2-3. You have the video instructions which show you how to make this gorgeous little wrap skirt.

Learn how to use binding effectively, use facings for smooth edges, make a rouleaux loop fastening and last not least sew a bound buttonhole which is so much easier then it looks.

There are 4 video all together. Two video for each style, firstly showing how to cut out, the second how to assemble. To back you up there are full written instructions with footage from the video so you can work without the video if you like.

Have a look and see if these fabulous skirts are for you.

Wrap Ahoi (two large buttons on the front)
Cutting out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FD-7HbZU1U
Assembly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_4tOjBzFlQ

Wrap skirt Loop di Loop
Cutting out:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzPBAt3Kvuo
Assembly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_eg23_ICIM#aid=P9-foDJeYSQ

I would suggest you visit the projects page on my website to access the videos and additional info, pictures from my sewing courses (as soon as they have finished..)
frocksandfrolics.com/project/wrap skirt

Fabric use is low 1/2 q meter is usually enough. On the pattern you will find a layout plan which shows you just how to cut the pattern out in the most fabric saving way.

So you just have to get yourself some great fabric, watch the video instructions on You Tube and you are ready to go.

None of my patterns are multi sized so there is one size per file, this saves a lot of paper and confusion as to which line you have to cut.

Every pattern is hand drafted and then imported into a CAD program to make sure you have a pattern that fits and looks good too! No pattern is automatically graded or computer generated with software. Having trained as a tailor 30 years ago I know that pattern generating software can never replace the skill of a pattern drafted by hand. Try my patterns and you will love the fit. No loose armholes that are cut too low or sleeves that hang of the shoulder.

The pattern pack includes:
A pattern in PDF format ready to print on regular A4 size paper with assembly
Detailed video instructions on You Tube
Fabric requirements

No serger is required to make this skirt.

If you want to reproduce the wrap skirt for your own small business you would be on to a winner, it fits beautifully and will sell like hot cakes, obviously I would be delighted to hear all about it!
Please note though that the patterns I design are not to be used for larger scale production.


Age 6 - 12 months: 51.0 cm/ 20"
Age 1-2: Waist 52.0 cm / 20.5"
Age 2-3: Waist 54 cm / 21.3"
Age 3-4: Waist 55 cm / 21.7"
Age 4-5: Waist 56 cm / 22 "
Age 5-6: Waist 57cm / 22.4"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Age 6 - 12 months: 51.0 cm/ 20"
  • Age 1-2: Waist 52.0 cm / 20.5"
  • Age 2-3: Waist 54 cm / 21.3"
  • Age 3-4: Waist 55 cm / 21.7"
  • Age 4-5: Waist 56 cm / 22 "
  • Age 5-6: Waist 57cm / 22.4"


  • Sewing machine
  • Fabric turner

You Will Also Need:

  • Thread
  • Elastic (2.5cm/1inch)
  • Rick-rack (3m)
  • Bias Binding (3m)
  • 1/2 m of linen or cotton
  • Fat quarter of contrast fabric
  • Cover buttons (2x large)
  • Small button (1x)

About Designer

About Designer

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Sewing has always been my hobby and my profession. I first trained as a tailor as a young girl after which I worked for some fabulous designers. To fit work around my son I became a teacher of Textiles and Product Design. When my son finished school and moved to the USA I decided to start my own business and do what I love best; draft patterns and teach beginners and advanced sewers how to ...

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