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Molly Schoolgirl Skirt {All The Skirts: Peek-A-Boo Pattern Shop & The Fabric Fairy}

The Molly Schoolgirl Skirt sewn by Skirt Fixation

The Molly Schoolgirl Skirt sewn by Skirt Fixation

We would like to present you a very, very sweet skirt.  The Molly Schoolgirl Skirt by Peek-A-Boo Pattern Shop is a very darling little skirt.  This is a delicately gathered skirt with a fitted waistband and optional suspenders.

The Molly Schoolgirl Skirt sewn by Skirt Fixation

Surprisingly for a skirt this cute, there are no pattern pieces to assemble, making this a very fast sew.  So those of you who dislike tiling PDF patterns, the Molly Schoolgirl Skirt is the one for you!The Molly Schoolgirl Skirt sewn by Skirt Fixation

Perfect for the fall school wardrobe, the suggested fabrics for the Molly Schoolgirl Skirt are wool, corduroy and twill.  We chose to use linen because we have several months of warm weather left, and we had the perfect brown linen in our stash!  Paired with leggings, our version of the Molly Schoolgirl Skirt will extend far into fall.

The Molly Schoolgirl Skirt sewn by Skirt Fixation

Annie loves this skirt because there it has an element of twirl factor!  Not too much, not too little, but juuuuuuust right!  She says it is very comfortable to wear.

The Molly Schoolgirl Skirt sewn by Skirt Fixation

While Annie usually prefers to wear her skirts on her hips, the Molly Schoolgirl Skirt from Peek-A-Boo Pattern Shop sits right on her waist.  But she hasn’t complained once and it hasn’t kept her from wearing it either!

 The Molly Schoolgirl Skirt sewn by Skirt Fixation

There will be some more Molly Schoolgirl Skirts in the future for Annie.  I’m thinking a corduroy one would be super to make next.

The Molly Schoolgirl Skirt sewn by Skirt Fixation

I also think I’m going to have to figure out how to make one in my size!  It just looks so awesome!  Like all the Peek-A-Boo Pattern Shop patterns we’ve made, the directions for the Molly Schoolgirl Skirt were very easy to follow.  The only change we made was to add length (but you already knew about the tall problems we deal with around here!) and to add a snap to the side button placket for extra coverage on the hip area.

The Molly Schoolgirl Skirt sewn by Skirt Fixation

You can read about all the detail on the coordinating top we made to go with the Molly Schoolgirl Skirt in this blog post.  Oh, and you can still vote for this little top over on Pinterest by favoriting it too!

The Molly Schoolgirl Skirt sewn by Skirt Fixation

Today the Link Up opens for you to share all your creations made in 2015 from a Peek-A-Boo Pattern Shop pattern or fabric from The Fabric Fairy.  Because we REALLY like it when you sew along with us, every item you link up will be worth 2 entries into the giveaway!!

The Molly Schoolgirl Skirt sewn by Skirt Fixation

Also, have fun gaining entries using the Rafflecopter below.  We’ll see you next week for another Peek-A-Boo Pattern Shop skirt made with fabric from The Fabric Fairy.

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All links to Peek-A-Boo Pattern Shop in this post are affiliate links which means we will get paid a small sum of money if you purchase a Peek-A-Boo Pattern Shop pattern through one of our links.  We do this because we LOVE these patterns and support their products 100%!

8 thoughts on “Molly Schoolgirl Skirt {All The Skirts: Peek-A-Boo Pattern Shop & The Fabric Fairy}

  1. Hi, the outfit is very cute! I could definitely see my 6 year old wearing and wanting this! One question though.. where did you get your daughters shoes?! thanks! 🙂

    1. These shoes were hand me downs from a good friend!

  2. This outfit us adorable! Nicely done.
    I LOVE linen so much. And I love that it was from your stash even more:)

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  4. […] skirt Annie is wearing is the Molly Skirt which we sewed for her this past summer.  You can read our full review of the skirt in this blog post.  Aria […]

  5. […] the hemline.  Another common variation for both is to eliminate the suspenders, like we did when we sewed the Molly Skirt.  Molly likes warm bakeries with the smell of fresh bread and libraries full of picture books. […]

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