Here’s some inspiration for you; women’s summer skirt patterns for beginners! A fun summer roundup of easy DIY sewing.
Woot Woot! Get ready for beautiful weather.
There’s a little bit of everything, from short, midi, to long, plus zippers, drawstrings, wraps, and elastic. Try something new!
I also share many other sewing pattern ideas in these individual blog posts.
Just click any of the photos below or the link under it to read each post. Enjoy!
Elastic Waist Skirt Patterns for Beginners
I am loving this elastic waist layer skirt pattern! It was so easy and quick to sew.
I used New Look sewing pattern 6953, but I have more ideas for you in the post.
There is something, so fun floating around wearing a tiered skirt! Get more ideas HERE.
Long Midi Skirt Skirt Patterns for Beginners
This post has ideas for easy and cute long midi skirt sewing patterns. They are quick and beginner-friendly too!
Midi skirts come in many styles, but I narrowed them down to simple styles that are great if you are new to sewing. Find the midi skirt post here.
Elastic Waistband Skirt
This little number is a great beginner sewing project.
It has a very comfortable wide elastic waistband with just enough gathering that looks great on most body types.
Can you say forgiving? Read the post HERE.
The pics in this post were taken in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, which hopefully help distract you from my rookie modeling moves! 😂
Skirt A Line Pattern
This is a slightly A-line skirt; you can easily adjust the taper amount. It has a back zipper, and I made it with a cotton batik.
Batiks are the perfect weight to sew with, easy to handle, and great for beginners. They are also opaque, so you can skip the slip if you are a modest type, like me.
These prints are typically exploding with vibrant color if you like that kinda thing! See the A line skirt post here.
I also offer many other suggestions for skirt styles and sewing patterns in the post for inspiration. Read it HERE.
Photos of the batik skirt were taken in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Wrap Skirt Pattern
You may notice I have a thing for wrap skirts!
They are flattering, easy to sew, and adjustable! So, eat the tacos! One more reason this makes for a great travel skirt too. 😃
Check out this post for inspiration on various wrap styles. Read the post HERE.
Pics of this wrap skirt were taken in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Long Skirt Pattern
If you like the feel of pajamas, chances are you will love the feel of a knit skirt.
I need more of them in my life!😁 Read the post HERE.
Knits require some knowledge to make sewing easier, and I link to help in the post.
I’ve also included other skirt pattern ideas to get you started!
Photos of this long skirt were taken in Scottsdale, Arizona.
DIY Wrap Skirt Patterns
I know, I know, another wrap skirt! Don’t knock ’em until you’ve tried them, though. 😁
This one is just special to put on. I love the tie and the way it cinches the waist.
We all can benefit from a cinched waist. As my Pastor says, can I have an “Amen”? Read the post HERE.
And may I add, wrap skirts are just so easy and flexible for dressing up or down!
Well, maybe all skirts are? Nevermind. 😂
Photos of this floral wrap skirt were taken in St Paul, Minnesota.
Finally, this last skirt pattern was inspired by an awesome retail skirt from Evereve.
The style is easy to make and fairly quick. It makes the perfect summer staple.
Especially if you are not into wearing shorts.
Next time, I’ll be making it in a more subtle fabric, though. 😂
I know that you will really, really love the fit of this skirt!
This is a favorite fit of all of the styles and the most comfortable. Read the post HERE.
The pics of this drawstring sports skirt were taken in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, by my closest band of Brown Deer High School friends! #goodsports
I hope these DIY Skirt Patterns have inspired you to pull out your sewing machine!
Happy summer sewing to you!
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