I almost feel like this post should be titled, “Help I’m making Jocole Yoga A-line Skirts and I can’t stop!”
But seriously, once you’ve made one Jocole Yoga A-line skirt and the pattern is all ready to go, it only takes an hour or so to put another one together. This time I whipped one up for my tween. I made her one this summer, but she wanted another one as she’s already taller. This skirt is so easy to make, it would be a perfect pattern to use for someone who has never sewn with knit fabrics before. We used the ladies pattern and made her an XS size. It was perfect.
We found this fabric at JoAnns. It’s the same thick knit as we used for my Jocole Yoga A-line Skirt, for Annie’s Uptown/Downtown maxi dress, for Allegra’s Lane Raglan sleeves! Can you tell how much we like this sparkly knit? Oh, and the other day we found it in bright pink, which Annie, who was shopping with me, convinced me to buy!
But anyway, when I originally purchased this purple knit, I was planning to make another Bimaa Sweater for Aria like the brown one I made her for her birthday, the one you see her wearing in these photos. But when she saw the fabric, she wrapped it around her and said, “But Mom, look what a great Jocole Yoga A-line maxi skirt it would make!” And you know what? She was right!
I actually made this for her when I made Allegra’s for All The Skirts: Jocole and Urban Sew, and Aria has worn it three times since then. Needless to say she’s in love!
Oh, and speaking of All The Skirts, we hope you were able to take advantage of the terrific Jocole sale over the weekend. Be sure to link up your creations of any Jocole patterns you’ve sewn. And also, anything you’ve made with fabric from Urban Sew, formerly know as The Fabric Stash. We are excited to see what you’ve been making!