I’m sharing the tutorial and pattern for this adorable Fat Quarter Circle Skirt today!
I mentioned in my last newsletter that I had gone on a fun trip a few weeks ago and was able to meet up with other sewing bloggers and even got to take a few hands-on classes. There were quite a few classes offered and I took a paper piecing class and an embroidery class. (See what I made in the paper piecing class here.)
Since the paper piecing/pillow class was the last teaching class of the trip, we were able to keep our scrap fabrics (6 fat quarters.) Once I got home, I realized the fat quarters I chose didn’t really match anything in my house, so rather that use them to finish the pillow project, I made a skirt!
Oh yes, a much better use of those fat quarters! Wouldn’t you agree?
I used my free Roller Skate Skirt pattern to make this version, but instead of knits, the skirt is made with quilting cotton and an elastic casing for the waistband.
Turned out so cute! Plus I love having another way to use up my stash of fat quarters.
Ready to see how this skirt was made?