At last count, there were 138 skirts added to the Skirts for Girls link party, here on Threading My Way. If you are thinking of making a girls' skirt, this is the place to find ideas, tutorials, patterns, pattern reviews and inspiration.
Today I am showcasing some fabulous Girls' Skirt Tutorials from the collection; each comprehensive tutorial containing step by step instructions and lots of photos.
The Bluebell Skirt ~ Tutorial by Jenya, from While She Was Sleeping
Circle Skirt ~ Tutorial by Suz, from Sew Pony
Dresden Pleat Skirt ~ Tutorial by Bella, from Nisabell Necessary
Western Bandana-Style Skirt ~ Tutorial by Bonny, from The Domesticated Princess
A Simple Skirt with Ruffles ~ Tutorial by Donna & Rachel, from Once Upon a Sewing Machine
Rainbow Circle Skirt ~ Tutorial by Mira, from Sewing the Littleheart Collection
Ruffled Jersey Knit Skirt ~ Tutorial by Shirley, from Sewing by Shirley
Bubble Skirt ~ Pattern & Tutorial from Straight Grain and posted at Sew Mama Sew
Stella Skirt ~ Pattern by Marte, from Compagnie M.
The Apron Skirt ~ Tutorial by Rachel and Donna, from Once Upon a Sewing Machine
Aren't they all fabulous!!! Ten Girls' Skirt Tutorials
For more inspiration, have a look at the Pintucked Skirt tutorial or head on over to our ongoing Skirts for Girls link party. If you've made a skirt yourself, I'd love you to link it up.
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great skirts!My favorite is a rainbow circle skirt!ReplyDelete
Thank you Pam :)ReplyDelete
Wonderful round-up, Pam! And thanks for featuring my bubble skirt. You have great timing - just a few days ago, I replaced the hand-drawn pattern with a digitally drawn version :-)ReplyDelete
The Dresden and apron skirts are my favorites. My daughter would be been filling the pockets of the apron skirt with all kinds of treasures!ReplyDelete
Thanks for all the work you do here, bringing us so much inspiration. You have an amazing blog!
Thanks for including us Pam! I've been thinking about giving a scalloped edge a try, I'll have to check that one out!ReplyDelete
How cute! I love the bubble skirt.ReplyDelete
All of the skirts are so cute! I may definitely try the western bandana skirt and the bubble skirt! Thanks for sharing @ Submarine Sunday!ReplyDelete
What adorable skirts! I really need to start sewing for my girls and get over my intimidation at doing things other than doll clothes.ReplyDelete
Gidday Pam, how are you this week? Thanks so much for linking up last week. My guest host has chosen this post to be featured at tomorrow's party. I'm thinking I might have to get you to choose your top 3 one of these weeks. Let me know if you're keen.ReplyDelete