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Ruffle skirt

Our eldest has a newfound love for skirts. She loves to combine different garments with each other. So new skirts are always a good idea, especially when it has a ruffle. And the best part about the Isa wrap skort from Petite Stitchery & Co* is that the knee length is perfect for using up scraps (even from pieces of 50 cm). It makes me so happy to sew new things just with scraps from other pieces that I have sewed. The fabric for this skort was a leftover from this dress.

Our girls loves the twirly bit of the ruffles of this skirt. You can also make a simple skirt with it as well as midi length. The best part is that it has a short included underneath. No problems when the kids are twirling on the gymnastics bar.

And in case you are wondering what happened to her long hair. She donated 30 cm of her hair to the Dutch haarstichting (it is a charity where they make wigs for kids with cancer with the donated hair). She looks so much older with her short hair, don’t you think?

Fabric: leftover from this dress
Pattern: Kids Isa wrap skort from Petite Stitchery & Co (also available for adults)
Sizing: 2T – 17
Options: Knee length & midi length, ruffled and simple skirt, yoga waistband, shorts included for skort, faux tie

Items in 2022: 15
# Fabric this post: 0 in – 2 out (Total fabric in 2022: bought 14 new fabric – used 17 fabric – 14 scrap pieces – 0 gifted fabric) – in total 14 in 17 out and 14 scraps
# Patterns in 2022: 3 in – 1 out

* Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links”. This means if you click on the link and purchase an item, I will receive an affiliate commission, the price for you will be the same, it doesn’t cost you anything extra. Thank you for supporting my hobby and my fabric and pattern addiction 😉

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