The Skirt V9060

Mtedit.JPGI had purchased this pattern a while ago but had only recently gotten around to making it. It is Vogue 9060 another Marcy Tilton pattern what can I say I am a fan of her patterns. I find they fit well and are incredibly easy to wear.

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This is the back of the pattern the line drawing gives a better look at the seams and style lines. It is an unusual skirt .

This is the fabric I used for 1 skirt a really nice stretch jacquard.The other fabric is a stretch that I had initially brought to make some pants. mtskirt

 

I have no construction images this was a really fast make and I didn’t think to pause. Sorry. I love these skirts.

They are really comfortable and easy wearing.

 

As you can see the skirt on the left is softer the fabric not as thick and a little more drapey than the right skirt.These are a terrific addition to my wardrobe.

They work for all seasons for me, we don’t have extreme weather conditions in Sydney ,seasons are pretty mild although summer can be pretty warm.

I really recommend this pattern it is a lovely make, feels great on , I will definitely make it again.

Happy Sewing,

Sue 🙂

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About suebsewbyme

Australian fabric fanatic who loves to sew and create interesting garments . Creativity is my mantra.
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4 Responses to The Skirt V9060

  1. sewbussted says:

    What a lovely and versatile skirt.

  2. Charlotte says:

    I also had this pattern for a while before using it….I don’t usually wear skirts but loved the uniqueness of it. I finally used it as the bottom of a tunic! I had a simple pullover rayon top that I cut to about an inch above my waist, the fitted the skirt to it and voilà! A tunic with amazing details! Were you as surprised as I was at how simple this was? It looks complicated but as long as you keep your markings clear and put it together in the correct order it went together so quickly. Love your version on the right, you look super chic and modern!o

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