Figuring out the measurements to sew a child’s skirt is easy enough – if you have either the child or a skirt that fits the child in in front of you.  But when you don’t have either of these things, figuring out the right sizing can be difficult.  Susan from Crafterhours (and Skirt Week) comes to the rescue with a sizing chart for sewing girls’ skirts.  There are two charts, actually – one for big girls and one for toddler girls.  The chart includes finished measurments for short, medium, and long skirts.  Thank you, Susan!!  Go to Crafterhours to get her sizing chart.

[photo from Crafterhours]

By Anne Weaver


1 Comment so far

  1. Thasleena on December 4, 2013 12:21 pm

    I like stitching

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