Little Ruffle Skirts {with a free pattern}



Did you see the little skirts that I showed off on Saturday? Well I have the pattern ready for you now.

My Little Ruffle Skirt Pattern is one that I designed a few years ago and sold as a pdf pattern for a while. But now I’d rather it offer here on my blog for free.

{click here to get the free Little Ruffle Skirt Pattern}

This pattern makes a skirt or a skort (skirt with little shorts underneath) in sizes 12 months through 7/8.

There is an option for a knit fabric ruffle on the skirt too, but when I made these particular skirts using fabric from the Best In Show Collection from Blend, I decided against the knit fabric ruffle and used the strips to make fabric bows instead.

I think my favorite part of this skirt is the hidden waistband that is made when you sew the skort version. It looks so professional (and cute).

Enjoy the pattern, I hope you share pictures of the skirts you make in our facebook group!

Happy sewing!

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  1. Elisabetta B. says:

    Thank you so much, I love this kind of pattern! And my princess too ^_^

  2. Sylvia Anderson says:

    I was so happy when your newsletter came today and you had posted the tutorial for the skirts. It’s very generous of you to share this with us and, having 6 great granddaughters, I will definitely get a lot of use from it. Thanks you so much.

  3. Audrielle Welsh says:

    this kitty cat fabric is so stinking adorable. My daughter would go nuts! pinning

  4. Teena Vanderlaan says:

    I’ve just finished making your Little Ruffle Short. It looks so wonderful in a size 12 months for my granddaughter. Thanks for the pattern.

  5. Tonya Grant says:

    So cute! And so generous of you to offer the pattern for free.

    Pinning for later 😉

  6. Thank you for the darling skirt pattern. There are no little ones in our family so friends and friends of friends reap the benefits of my habit. After all, a girl’s gotta sew!

  7. Thank you so much for sharing this. I am excited to make it for my grand daughter. Do you think I could use a jersey knit for the bloomers underneath? Or should I use a woven cotton for both?

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