This coming Monday we celebrate Independence Day in the US, so I'm kicking off the weekend with a little "Indie-pendence" Day Sale in honor of our amazing DIY community. So from now until midnight on Monday July 4th, use the code INDIEDAY16 to get 20% off the Nita Wrap Skirt pdf pattern. Woohoo!
The skirt is very easy to sew and comes with three lengths and three closure options. You can easily start on Saturday and have your skirt ready for parties and barbecues on Monday. The pattern comes with fully illustrated instructions and if you're looking for a little extra help, there's a sewalong right here with photos of every step plus a few extra tips and tricks.
The silhouette is fitted with a slight A-line to the skirt. The version I'm wearing here is the midi-length (view B) with the tie closure from view C. The fabric is a super fun polka dot printed chambray that I found at the FIDM scholarship store in downtown LA. This is a really fun skirt to make and to wear. The mini version is great made up in denim or corduroy and the longer versions are totally gorgeous in linen and chambray. In fact, I need to make a note to make a maxi chambray version!