This Flat Front Skirt pattern is one of my favorite patterns. I’ve gotten so much use out of it and I love what an easy sew it is!
During the last week of school, our elementary had different dress up themes each day. Pajama Day, Crazy Sock Day, Crazy Hair day and a Red White and Blue day. I found this navy anchor fabric and cute striped ribbon at Hobby Lobby and bought it for our 4th of July outfit. (The red polka dot was leftover from last years 4th of July outfit.)
I’m so happy the school decided to do a red white and blue theme. It forced me to get her 4th of July skirt done so early, that she’ll be able to wear it for all the patriotic holidays this summer! (I’m never that much on the ball.)
Have you tried this pattern yet? I know there are tons of skirt patterns out there, but I love the ease of this style. Elastic in the back waistband makes it easy on/off, but the flat front makes it look great with a tucked in top!
Our neighbor’s kitty often stops by for a little visit. We couldn’t get her to hang out for too long today, there was too much activity in the tall grass! (I believe she caught herself a big, juicy grasshopper!)
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