Pattern Review Modkid Wrap Skirt

We are always looking for independent patterns from smaller pattern makers. Who doesn’t want to support small business owners? 

Well, I was really pleased to find a pattern that works well with quilter’s cotton and makes a cute wrap skirt! The pattern ran cheaper than most patterns at a quilt store I randomly stumbled – win win. Quilting cotton is typically a no for making clothes because of the discomfort wearing them. This pattern can easily be used for quilting cotton. 

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This pattern is perfect for the first time clothing making. You don’t have to cut out pattern pieces. The skill set you need is to sew a hem and buttonhole. Now, this pattern can be easily used with a linen, chambray or something with some structure. 

My fabric choice was quilter cotton from kaffe Fasset from a quilt store. My next make will be a chambray. 

It took me one afternoon to make. In terms of fit, wrap skirt so easy to fit. If you are a plus size, you may need to add some fabric to accomodate. 

Now, this skirt does hit my knees, but I have 5 ft tall. If you are a

taller woman, it will be a little above the knees.

Materials you will need to complete this project: 
Lightweight Fusible Interfacing 
Thread 
Fabric
Sewing Machine 
Scissors 
Pins 
Seam Ripper  
Tape Measurement & Bobbins

If you do make this project based on this review, please let us know!  We would love to see your finished project. 

Happy Sewing! 

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