I am a total skirt junkie.
I LOVE wearing skirts! I’ve never been a girly girl, but skirts are femmine without necessarily overdoing it. Even if you’re wearing a simple and casual outfit, a skirt makes it look more put together. And, unless it’s a tight pencil skirt (banned from my wardrobe), skirts are also really comfortable. And can be worn with colorful tights and leggings! If it’s cold out, I just pop some legwarmers on to keep my legs warmer. As far as I’m concerned, you can’t go wrong with skirts!
I am part of numerous pattern testing groups, and a few months ago I enviously admired lots of gorgeous Ruby Wrap Skirts for girls. So when Jo from Daydream Patterns put out a call for testers for the women’s version, I signed up right away!
About the pattern
The Ruby women’s wrap skirt pattern is a really fast and easy design that’s perfect for beginners. There are overlapping panels in the front that are secured closed with a snap and a tie on the side. An interesting feature of the Ruby Wrap skirt is that the front panel is shaped in a way to make it asymmetric and more visually interesting. There are also darts on the front and back to give it a little bit of shaping.
There are three versions: Read more