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!
The free pattern for this skirt comes in size 2T-3T.
If you want to make this skirt for another size, the designer, Mommy by day Crafter by night, has calculated the following ratios so that you can calculate the fabric sizes that you’ll need – “Measure the waist and multiply by 2 to get the length of fabric for the main piece. Then measure from waist to wherever you would like the skirt to end on the leg for the width. (remember when measuring that there will be a 2-inch ruffle on the bottom of the skirt that will be adding length, but you will also need enough fabric for the waistband casing depending on what size elastic you use). For the ruffle, measure the waist and multiply by 3 for the length and then the width is 5 inches.”
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