Pattern Review: Sewing the Ashland Skirt for a little Girl



I love this knit skirt sewing pattern! It is so easy to make… took about 15 minutes to sew on my serger (not that you need one – any zig-zag sewing machine is fine) and I adore that easy fit style with a wide waistband. I’m saving those pattern pieces so I can make more skirts plus the cute little shorts and maybe even the culottes. 

FYI: there is a women’s version too. 🙂

Last week Jennifer from Monaluna sent me a sweet little package of sewing goodies complete with a the Ashland A-line Skirt pattern and some fabric to make it:


I decided the first thing I must do was grab that soft and snuggly organic cotton knit fabric on top (called embroidery knit) and make my Cadie the skirt pictured on the front of the pattern. The pattern is printed on good high quality paper which I didn’t want to cut up, so I traced the pieces that I needed using tissue paper.


The A-line skirt style is so comfortable and easy to wear. I really need to make this skirt for myself too. One more picture that’s all…


If you decide to sew the Ashland knit skirt sewing pattern too, let me know what you thought in the comments!

Happy Sewing!

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