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Sew It Yourself: Mustache Skirt

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Are you beginning to see a trend with me and the Alexander Henry fabrics? I may or may not be a little obsessed… but needless to say, I can spot them when I see them! This skirt by Folter Clothing was no exception. That’s unmistakably Alexander Henry’s “Where’s My ‘Stache?” print in the Taupe colorway.

This skirt retails online for nearly $60 dollars, but you could easily make it for half that cost. That’s the reason we sew, is it not?

Pair this particular print (found at Fabricworm) with New Look pattern 6872 and Sew It Yourself!

I’m reaaaallllllly going to have to make this one up for myself! I love it!! Plus, it would be a really easy instant gratification kind of project. Double love!

 

xo

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  • Miss Crayola Creepy

    I’ve used this pattern a few times. Very easy to sew up!

  • Jo

    I’ve made this skirt pattern too. It’s one of the first things I posted on my blog. But now I feel like I was a chump because I’ve realised how ridiculously easy these are to draft, lol! Still, a pattern gives a beginner comfort. :) Neat fabric!

  • Joanne Lambert

    You wouldn’t even need a pattern. It’s just a dirndl skirt and waistband – gertie has a free tute for a full gathered skirt which you could follow. It’s pretty full so you could use less fabric for this one but still pretty easy!

  • davmac71

    I’ve made this skirt pattern. It’s super easy and quick!
    It has a side zipper which I changed to a back zipper with an overlap for buttons.
    Noelle xo

  • Kat

    That fabric is fabulous! Love it. :-)

  • Jessica Cangiano

    What a smile-inducingly fun, awesome skirt! I recently bought a cute little plastic (black) mustache brooch from eBay for a total song. It’s my first item of mustache garb so far. The seller might have others, if you’re interested, let me know and I’ll give you the link.

    Have a fabulous weekend, dear lady!
    ♥ Jessica

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A Blog By Rochelle New

I'm a fabric wizard and wielder of needles with a passion for quilt industry cottons, bygone eras, and natural things.

i.e. I mostly do nerd things like pretend I'm a wizard, collect moldy books, and spend too much time picking up acorns in the woods, all with my spirit animal (a dog named Lucille), my personal photographer (a man named William), and a few literal fat cats in tow.

Making magic and messes in the backwoods of New York.

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