Kid's Madison Skirt Pattern
The Madison Skirt Pattern is the perfect way to keep your little one modest while playing in their favorite skirt! Pull-on style makes it an easy choice for little ones and the comfort is on point for all ages. The sewn-in shorties option will allow them to turn cartwheels, cheer, climb playgrounds, and more without anything showing that shouldn't. The best part of this pattern is that it is quick and easy!
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This PDF sewing pattern comes in sizes 2T up to big kid 16.
This skirt is designed to be made using 4-way, 50% stretch fabrics.
Pull-on style yoga waistband
Pencil or a-line style options
Sew-in shorties option
Fast sewing project
No trim pattern pieces for quick and easy assembly
Layers printing feature is included for this pattern for your convenience.
Pattern pieces for all parts
Copy Shop A0 File
Projector File with Layers
Fabric Requirements Chart
Tips and Notes
Table of contents
Pattern Piece Diagram
Step-by-step instructions. Each step has a color photo for visual aid.
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This pattern is copy written.
You may use this pattern to create and sell dresses of your own. Giving credit to the pattern when selling would be appreciated, but not required.
You may not edit or recreate this pattern to sell.
You can not distribute this pattern to others.
You may not mass produce this pattern or clothing made using it.
I want you to love what you make and have fun making it.
Turned out fabulous
Super facile à faire
I think this skort is fast favorite! I added the kangaroo pocket from The Fly pants for a sporty look, plus a pocket is always an improvement.
I added elastic to the waistband because I didn't trust the knit to have a strong recovery. I cut 1/2 inch wide elastic to the length of the waistband. Zigzag setting to as wide as possible and pinned my elastic to the inside of the waistband next to the fold crease. Zigzagged it into place. Now, the waistband appears unchanged, but has improved recovery!
Now, I think I'll draft a doll version. :D
The shorts is very good.
The waistband did not work for my granddaughter. I remade the waistband to make it narrower and added elastic. Then, I added the difference from the waistband to the garment. With those adjustments I like the pattern and have made it twice. Easy to make.