Pickle Toes Patterns has released a new skirt pattern- the Snapdragon! (affiliate link) And it’s a SUPER easy and quick sew! I am usually a knit girl, but I decided to try testing a pattern that involved using woven material, and I’m glad I did!
And so is she! We ventured to Joanne Fabrics to pick out something she would wear and then I paired it with some knit for a waistband. It took her awhile to pick the kitties, she really wanted soccer balls, but she has never played soccer…so we went with kitties.
When it was time to take pictures, I brought her mirror to the kitchen and offered chocolate. So she put on a little modeling show for me 🙂
What do I love about the Snapdragon skirt?
- It was very easy to cut! Just measure the fabric and cut two rectangles at once! The pattern contains measurements, not pages you have to tape together and cut.
- You can choose a knit waistband, or elastic.
- I can use up all the cute woven I’ve bought over the last two years because I thought it was so cute!
- This is a perfect skirt to pair with leggings!
I need to make Annabelle one- or ten- of these to go over the leggings she loves to wear every day 🙂 I also need to make more of the Polliwog leggings (affiliate link) which I tested just recently also. They come in shorts length too, so my plan is to make a bunch of those for going under these skirts for the spring and summer.
Check out all the other patterns on the Pickle Toes Patterns website. (affiliate link) I have also sewn up an Adorabelle and Safari Tank from them and look forward to trying even more!
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