Sunday, 9 July 2017

30+ Girls' Skirts ~ FREE Tutorials & Patterns

Today I'm showcasing over 30 free girls' skirt patterns and tutorials - ranging in difficulty, from simple gathered skirts, to more complicated ones with scallops and lots of girlie ruffles. So, whether you are new to sewing, or a sewist with more experience, you'll find many different styles and designs, suitable for girls of all ages. Each tutorial contains step by step detailed instructions, with lots of photos, showing how you can make a skirt for a little girl in your life.


Little girls' skirts are one of the easiest garment projects to tackle. The fit is forgiving, thanks to the elastic waist that many are made with and the length is easy to adapt.

All skirts have been chosen from the Skirts for Girls link party here at Threading My Way.

The other day I showed you the skirts I've already sewn for Skirting the Issue. Many of the skirts included in the roundup would be suitable to make for this worthy cause.

Button Up Skirt by Susan, from Second Chances by Susan


Ruffled Skirt by Beatriz, from El Blog de la Tata


Simple Gathered Skirt by Pam, from Threading My Way


4T Patchwork Skirt by Denise, from DIY Crush


The Bluebell Skirt  by Jenya, from While She Was Sleeping


Tiered Skirt with Lace Ruffle by Pam, from Threading My Way


Contrast Hem Skirt with French Seams by Nina, from Nina Makes


Elephant Skirt with Secret Pockets by Wen, from What's Mummy Up To


Super Ruffle Skirt by Heather, from Sew Easy Being Green


Simple Gathered Skirt by Pam, from Threading My Way


One Skirt Three Ways by Jamie, from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom


No Gathers Bubble Skirt by Olga, from Kid Approved


Ruffly Waist Tie Skirt by Adele, from Mammy Made


Circle Skirt by Petro, from Creative Homemaking


The Apron Skirt  by Rachel and Donna, from Once Upon a Sewing Machine


Double Layer Circle Skirt by Jamie, from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom


Shirt to Skirt Refashion by Pam, from Threading My Way


Crinkle Skirt by Denise, from DIY Crush


Scallop Skirt by Bella, from Nisabell Necessary


Color Block A-line Skirt by Mie, from Sewing Like Mad


Bubble Skirt by Denise, from DIY Crush


The Peggy Skirt by Ros, from Sew Delicious


The Peggy Skirt I made using Ros' tutorial


Vintage Pillowcase Skirt by Olga, from Kid Approved


Circle Skirt by Suz, from Sew Pony


Beginners Skirt by Nina, from Nina Makes


Dresden Pleat Skirt by Bella, from Nisabell Necessary


Daffodil Skirt by Jenya, from While she was sleeping


Western Bandana-Style Skirt by Bonny, from The Domesticated Princess


A Simple Skirt with Ruffles by Donna & Rachel, from Once Upon a Sewing Machine


Rainbow Circle Skirt by Mira, from Sewing the Littleheart Collection


Pintucked Skirt by Pam, from Threading My Way


Ruffled Jersey Knit Skirt by Shirley, from Sewing by Shirley


Turtle Neck to Maxi Skirt by Lindsay, from PA Country Crafts


One Hour Maxi Skirt by Tara ~ Tales of a Trophy Wife


From Top to Skirt by Pam, from Threading My Way


So many gorgeous girls' skirts!!! Head on over and visit these talented ladies. Tell them I sent you.

If you are looking for more inspiration, don't forget to have a look at the Girls' Skirts link party. With almost 200 skirts, you won't be short of ideas. There are tutorials, patterns, pattern reviews, tips and techniques. While you are there, add your own girls' skirts to the collection.

More than 30 free skirt patterns and tutorials, showing how to make different styles of skirts for girls of all ages. Threading My Way

Whilst I love sewing girls' skirts, I'm not a fan of wearing skirts myself, so all the skirts I sew are relatively small. Do you enjoy sewing and wearing skirts?

... Pam




2 comments:

  1. What a great collection Pam, I think the Dresden Pleat skirt is my favourite but they are all lovely.

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  2. When I was as little girl I would have wanted ALL the ruffles. And all the lace, and flowery anything. Oh - and the bubble too - I would want the bubble. I still want the bubble and the ruffles, come to think of it! How much would it make a little girl's day to receive an adorable skirt like one of the ones above ... without a huge investment of time or fabric?! Winner winner chicken dinner!

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