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Flat Front Halloween Skirt

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Today, I’m sharing a new Halloween inspired skirt project plus a review and giveaway of the Panasonic Cordless 360 Freestyle Iron. Update: giveaway over

Are you ready for some Halloween inspired cute-ness?

DIY Halloween Skirt

I have some cute, new Halloween themed fabrics for several projects on my seasonal sewing to-do list.  A new skirt for my lil’ missy was at the top of the list and of course, I’ve already shared the tutorial for her trick or treat bag.

sew a skirt for halloween

Flat Front Skirt for Halloween

I love the flat front of the skirt and how great it looks with a tucked-in shirt.  (Not all elastic waist skirts look good with a tucked-in shirt.)  

I think the skirt turned out super cute in the Halloween fabric and I had a tutorial planned.  (Already did the photos and everything…)  But, as I was drifting off to sleep last night, I decided to sew one more skirt.  

I want to try one little tweak to the waistband (I think it will be even better) and maybe make the skirt slightly fuller.

skirt with halloween fabric

So… Look for this new pattern/tutorial in the next week or two.  (If you want to make a skirt in the meantime, my Cupcake Skirt Pattern is very similar and comes with measurements for sizes 18 mo to 8.)

*Update:  Grab the Flat Front skirt pattern here

Flat Front Skirt pattern(The Pattern now goes up to size 16)

halloween flat front skirt

Can you spot the deer in the photo above?

Here’s the Scoop on the Panasonic Iron:

I’ve always wanted a cordless iron, and when Panasonic emailed me to try out the Panasonic Cordless 360 Degree Freestyle Iron, I very happily said yes! (The giveaway is over, but it is a great little iron if you are in the market for a cordless iron.)

panasonic cordless iron

I used the iron when making this skirt and really liked using it.  

1.  It’s cordless!  No more getting the cord tangled around my feet or the ironing board!
2.  The iron “plate” is shaped like a pointy football, meaning you can iron in either direction.  (also good for households with lefties or righties- not that my lefty hubby does any ironing…)
3. It’s lightweight!  (My other iron is very heavy.)
4.  Has an auto shut off.  (very important)
5.  Adjustable temperature and steam so you can adjust the heat to your specific fabric.  I also like the rounded handle and the placement of the buttons- right where my thumb is.

1. It’s cordless- so on a larger project, you will have to return it to the base every so often to keep it hot.  (I expected this, but it’s something to keep in mind if you are considering a cordless device…)
2. Because of the football shape, you can’t just quickly set it upright, it must be returned to the base.  I think this will become a habit with more use.)

I would love to hear about any sewing or other projects you have planned for Fall/Halloween, leave me a comment and let us know what you are up to!

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  1. Great iron!
    My little grand-daughter is going to be a Lady Bug, so I better get busy!

  2. A cordless iron will come in handy! I have a 3 yr old and 1 yr old and it is hard to work on any sewing projects past the ironing phase when they are playing in my sewing room.

  3. I just finished 3 "burrito-style" (french seam) Halloween print pillowcases for my grandkids. They put them on their beds and at Halloween will use them to put their trick-or-treat candy in! They just loved them.

  4. I'll be making a costume for my husband and likely for my son as well.

  5. That is just cute .. I am making my yongest Granddaughter one ! Thanks !!! for the idea .. Right now I am working on Halloween items (I am behind this year !)

  6. I was going to sew my kids costumes and also their treat bags. I already got my costume done! Trying to be proactive so I'm not scrambling like most years!

  7. I'm not making any costumes this year. I'm working on the girl's bedroom quilts.

  8. I have to hand stitch my binding on a Halloween wall hanging. I can't believe I got it done before October!! Thanks for the giveaway.

  9. I have 3 grandsons but only one wants Grandma to make a costume. Too bad I love making them.

  10. It looks like I'm making an Ana costume for my neighbor and an Elsa one for my daughter.

  11. I am part of a Ghastlies swap so I'm working on that right now, and I also have a Harry Potter swap I'm working on! Those are my current Halloween projects!

  12. We are planning on making Frozen dresses and doll clothes~