ESTUARY SKIRT • Pattern
By SEW LIBERATED, Estuary Skirt is a paper sewing pattern.
Garment Details: The Estuary Skirt is a beginner-friendly, body-friendly skirt pattern that you'll feel like wearing every day of the week. It comes in sizes 0-30 and features a comfortable elastic back. The button-front placket, which can be sewn with buttonholes OR as a faux, buttonhole-free placket, makes this skirt a great project for all levels of sewists.
Wear it with plain or graphic knit tees, woven Strata Tops, or warm it up in the winter with a cropped sweater or sweatshirt, leggings and boots. Effortless outfits. And big ol' pockets - instructions for either patch pockets or in-seam pockets are provided. The skirt can also be lengthened or shortened to your heart's content.
Sew Liberated is excited to have a step-by-step sew-along for the Estuary Skirt pattern. Access the sew-along here.
Sizing: This is a multi-size pattern, including sizes 0-30. Sizing can be found, finished garment measurements, fabric and trim requirements can be found here.
Fabric Suggestions: The Estuary Skirt is designed for woven fabrics. Look for mid-weight linen or linen/cotton blends. Soft cottons like the Gathering Indian Cotton, mid-weight cotton designed by Jo Breach called Speckle or a cotton sateen, poplin or cotton lawn. Silk noil, cotton ikat, light to mid-weight chambray or denim.
Skill Level: All levels.
Seam allowances are included in the pattern.
Each pattern features an instruction booklet and pattern pieces printed on nice, thick paper, enclosed in a lightweight, full-colour cardboard box.
Photo credits: Sew Liberated.