Pockets! The Brumby Skirt catches your eye with those deep scoop pockets! But don’t worry, that’s not all this skirt has to offer. There is an exposed zipper option, 3 different lengths to choose from, and a contoured waistband. You can even make a Brumby without pockets if you prefer. Today we get to show you our Brumby Skirt made with fabric from Imagine Gnats for All The Skirts: Megan Nielsen & Imagine Gnats.
The Brumby skirt pattern is a one afternoon sew. The illustrations are simple and easy to follow. Basically, Megan Nielsen has created another wonderful skirt pattern. One thing we really love about all Megan Nielsen patterns are how clean and professionally the skirts are finished on the inside. On a scale of 1 to 5, this pattern is rated a 2 for difficulty.
Allegra chose Version 2 for her Brumby skirt. It has more fullness and a midi length. Plus the pockets, of course! The front seam with topstitching is another nice detail form this version. Allegra also chose some Champagne double gauze from Imagine Gnats for this skirt. It makes such a soft, dreamy skirt. She chose this color because it’s a good neutral and pairs with everything!
The only change we made to the Brumby skirt was the zipper. Allegra wanted a regular zipper rather than the exposed option. She’s already made me promise to sew her another one, so maybe we’ll try the exposed zipper next time!
Now it’s your turn to play. The Inlinkz is open for you to link up anything you’ve made in 2016 using fabric from Imagine Gnats, or any Megan Nielsen pattern! We can’t wait to see what you’ve created using supplies from these fantastic sponsors. And remember to use the discount code SKIRTS16 for 15% off at Megan Nielsen.
Also, be sure to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway. There will be 2 winners who each receive $50 to spend at Imagine Gnats and 1 PDF pattern from Megan Nielsen.