Rookie Wrap Skirt
This PDF Sewing Pattern is instantly downloadable with clear instructions, photographs & diagrams. The Rookie Wrap Skirt is a simple and classic wrap skirt perfect for all ocassions.
Dress it up with heels, or par it down with sneakers for the weekend. Fully lined with optional rear pockets this pattern is not only easy to make but is also a adjustable fit, accommodating all figure types.
For beginners we recommend the external fastening with a button and elastic loop (no need for button holes) but you can also use fabric ties, D rings or a buckle. With a full lining the skirt could also be reversible.
Using plain or patterned fabric this skirt pattern is extremely versatile. We are sure you'll make it up more than once!
Each PDF file contains 3 different pattern sizes. Choose the size that best fits you and receive one size larger and one smaller as well.
Refer the Size Chart for help if you need.
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- SKIRT OUTER FABRIC:
Any form of woven fabric will suit this skirt so have a bit of fun using heavier weight woven fabric for winter and lighter weights (not flimsy) for summer. We recommend cotton and cotton blends, cotton drill, velvet (non stretch), corduroy or even light weight upholstery fabrics. As long as the fabric is not stretch, you can use just about anything.
Our orange floral sample is made up in cotton weave (it is retro fabric we found at a second hand store) and the paisey fabric with border is a heavier nylon/cotton blend. The 2 blue skirts are a cotton and a cotton blend and are heavier weight (but not upholstery weight).
Use a lighter weight woven for the lining. We used 100% cotton upcycled retro sheets because they are cheap and fun and we are doing or bit for recycling.
*Please also note that all (new) fabric should be pre-washed in case of shrinkage. Some fabrics will not shrink but 100% cotton,linen and rayon are almost guaranteed to shrink. It doesn't hurt to be safe and remove any dodgy chemical build up that may have occurred during printing anyway.
Please note that the size chart is not the finished garment measurements.
We recommend that you also measure your body length and compare to the finished garment length measurements given. To achieve a perfect, individual fit, you may need to adjust the patterns length (instructions included).
Suitable for Beginners. This skirt is able to be sewn with or without an overlocker (serger).
Opening the file in ADOBE READER will maximize the pattern features (Layers feature will allow you to print only the size you need and you can use the URL and bookmark links within the file to quickly access information and support).
- This pattern is extremely versatile and can be made with or without the rear pockets and using a huge variety of side fastenings. Instructions cover the how to of fastening:
>Button & elastic loop