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FREE Girls Skirts sewing patterns
For babies, toddlers, tweens, and teens, we're delighted to share with you some of our favorite Free Girls Skirts sewing patterns. We've got skirts with ruffles, a circle skirt, skirts that are reversible, vintage-style skirts, skirts with pockets, skirts with pleats, and even a skirt from a recycled T-Shirt. If you are looking for girl's free skirt sewing patterns, we hope you will find one (or more) skirt patterns below that you love.
Is your girl in a need of a new skirt but your budget is tight? You may share the same opinion as the creator of this pattern, that is that making your own clothing isn’t always cheaper than buying it in the stores, but she assures us that making skirts are one thing that is almost always cheaper than buying them. Making your own skirts for your little girl is super cost-effective! Plus they are easy to make !!
This Rick Rack Ruffle Skirt is quick and easy to make, and perfect for any occasion like going to school or church, visiting the grandparents, taking a walk, or having playdates. We all know that our little princesses love to be dressed up and feel pretty at all times!
This Origami fan skirt was named due to its construction technique. Basically, you take a rectangle and fold it until it resembles a fan shape. Very easy to make and a lot of fun if you are a fan of the Japanese art of folding paper into decorative shapes and figures. Now, you can use the technic to make a skirt. Pretty amazing, right?
There is no doubt every girl needs a few cute skirts in her closet. Hotter days are on the way, and that means slipping into comfortable skirts!
There are dozens of different types of skirts to choose from, and we have found you a sewing pattern and tutorial for such an adorable skirt that you will simply love. And the best part is the generous designer has produced the pattern and tutorial for FREE. So here is the Girls Flat Front Skirt Sewing Tutorial and Pattern.
The skirt looks adorable with button details and we think it will look great on any little girl. You can dress up your little girl for a formal event, or for a casual walk, this skirt suits many occasions. You can now learn how to sew a flat front elasticized skirt with faux buttonholes with this simple FREE tutorial!
Make your toddler, young girl or teenager feel like a pretty princess with this easy to make circle skirt! We simply love the floral pattern that’s used in the images, but you can make it in any color you want, and even better the pattern and tutorial are free!
For school, dressing up, parties, photoshoots, going to the beach or going to the restaurant this is a fabulous skirt that any girl should have. It’s very easy to make, which takes you one step closer to becoming The Sewing Master!
There are three things especially great about this skirt, first is that it is reversible so you get two skirts in one. Secondly, the pattern is completely free, and third, the pattern covers all sizes. All you have to do is measure your girls` waist and then measure from her waist to her knee and you have all the measurements that you need to sew this awesome skirt in her size.
Short skirts are always chic, plus the pom-pom edging gives it a trendy twist.
Don’t these skirts look fantastic and the sewing patterns for them are 100% FREE.
This girl’s basic skirt sewing pattern is both easy and fast to sew. It is a great skirt for casual wear or you can fancy it up and make it look really dressy! There is a simple gathered waist and a color blocking with 3 different fabrics so you can mix and match prints or mix a print with a solid.
The designer advises that this skirt pattern can be made with both wovens or knit fabrics.
Recycling is a wonderful thing to do with old clothing you no longer wear, reclaimed or hand-me-down, or thrift store clothing. With this project, you can learn how to recycle a T-Shirt into a cute looking Fringe Skirt for girls.
The designer of this project has produced an excellent step by step photo tutorial. You can find the link to the tutorial at the end of this post.
Take any T-Shirt and change it to a trendy Fringe Skirt. Either use a t-shirt where the bottom hemline fits around the child’s hips comfortably, or you can take a larger (even adult) t-shirt and make it narrower to fit as needed.
We love FREE Tutorials or Patterns here at Sew Modern Kids, and when the designer tells us that you can make her project in about one hour then it is even better.
This skirt particularly caught our eye because of the pretty fabrics used. Do you ever visit vintage sales? Maybe auctions, house clearance, or estate sales? You can pick up old fabrics like tablecloths, embroidery, and lace so very cheaply at such sales, and they can be very versatile to use around the home, display in small frames, or even, in this case, be recycled into cute clothing.
We love to find you good FREE patterns and tutorials here at Sew Modern Kids.
This one today is the Piped Pocket Skirt. This pattern, which you can download below, is for an infant skirt, and the designer has tried to size it to be about a 3-6 month size, but it could easily be adjusted to fit a larger or smaller baby by adjusting the length and the amount of elastic gather.
This skirt has real pockets, so it’s a great sewing tutorial if you’ve never sewn them before. Babies usually won’t be needing functioning pockets though, so you can sew on the decorative buttons through all layers to keep the pockets from opening and keep them neatly in place.
This designer has made a cute little maxi skirt for girls and she has provided the tutorial and pattern for FREE, naming it the Daffodil Skirt.
The skirt is simple, without pockets or buttons, and will not take very long to make. It has been designed with two tiers, the bottom tier has been lined with lace peeking out from under the top tier of fabric. We adore that look, every little girl needs a skirt with a lacy frill like this one.
Directions are included for a smooth fixed waistband at the front and an elasticated section at the back. But you can make the whole thing with a casing and elastic waist if you prefer.
Got a new baby on the way or know someone who does? Here’s a FREE pattern for clothing for a new baby girl – just born to three months. It’s a pattern and tutorial to make a Box Pleat Baby Skirt. It’s such an easy pattern, basically, rectangles that you shape with the center pleat. Little touches like the lace trim on the bottom and the ribbon bow are nice touches.
The designer had a scrap piece of corduroy sitting in her drawer for about 15 months. It is a very cute print and we can see why she chose that piece to make her lovely baby skirt.
Baby skirts are really easy to make, take up very little time, and require very small amounts of material. They are great beginner projects.
When a designer gives you a FREE tutorial it is always great, however, this generous designer has given you a FREE tutorial for 3 different looking simple skirts, which is amazing. You can choose to make one or all of the following simple skirts:
A simple skirt with a contrasting band
A simple skirt with a ruffled bottom
A simple skirt with a fabric belt
All these skirts are a very simple style and are all easy to make. In the tutorial, you simply use the width of fabric for your skirt which makes the cutting and measuring simple. However, this amount of fabric would produce a very different result depending on if you are sewing for a 2-year-old or a 10-year-old. We suggest taking the waist measurement and using a multiple to get the right amount of gathers. Depending on how full you want your skirt, multiply the waist measurement by a smaller or larger multiple. 2 x the waist should be a good rule of thumb to start.
What little girl wouldn’t like two skirts in one? The Bluebell Skirt comes with a FREE pattern and tutorial and is completely reversible.
This denim skirt also has a very cute scalloped hemline and although that adds a few technical issues to the pattern, the Bluebell Skirt is still a very easy sew.
The example shown here was made longer as the designer said: “We have a few cold months ahead”. It turned out to be her daughter’s favorite skirt. You can make this short and sassy, or longer length for warmth. Because it’s reversible and there are two layers of fabric, you can make this lightweight and lined, or thicker and warmer depending on your choice of fabric.
The tutorial for this skirt includes step by step directions for how and where to measure and how to make up the simple pattern based on measurements and how full you want the skirt to be.
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