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Grace Tankini – now available!

The Grace Tankini is a classy tankini you can feel confident sewing and wearing!

The Grace Tankini pattern is finally available for purchase!   Grab your copy over at Savvy Patterns…on sale for 25% off this week.

The Grace Tankini is a classy tankini you can feel confident sewing and wearing!

The Grace Tankini is a vintage inspired swimsuit with lots of options.  On top, you have 2 choices, both fun and classy!  Choose from a circle skirt, a sporty bottom with or without ruching, or a panty for the bottom. Each of these 4 bottoms can be made either high waisted or to sit on your hips. The Grace Tankini is the ultimate feminine swimsuit. Feel confident and look classy!The Grace Tankini is a classy tankini you can feel confident sewing and wearing!

The View A top’s best feature is in the back.  A circle cutout adds a fun, playful element.  Each view has a supportive shelf bra.

 

This top can be combined with any of the 4 bottoms.  Here you see the circle skirt, which really is a full circle.  This skirt can be made to sit on the hips, or high waisted for extra tummy control.  Hidden underneath is the fully lined panty, which can also be made as a stand alone bottom piece.

If you’ve never sewn swimwear before, don’t worry, the pattern is loaded with tips and links to video and photo tutorials to help you through the process.

 

 

The Grace Tankini is a classy tankini you can feel confident sewing and wearing!

The View B top has a ruched center area which is customizable to flatter your figure.  The fun side panels offer a place for color blocking if you want.  Both tops can be fully lined if you choose.

The Grace Tankini is a classy tankini you can feel confident sewing and wearing!

This top is shown with the ruched sport skirt.  Both the ruched and plain sport skirts can have pockets added to them.  Each also has a panty concealed underneath, and can be made high waisted or to sit on the hips.

The Grace Tankini pattern also offers the option of adding a card pocket, perfectly sized for securing a credit card or room key while you swim.

With so many options, which one will you decide to sew up first?

Be sure to grab the pattern this week while it’s on sale for 25% off at Savvy Patterns.

Grace Tankini Model: Leslie from Threadbear Garments

Grace Tankini Fabric: CaliFabrics

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Swimwear Notions & 2 Ways to Sew Elastic into Swimwear

Adding elastic and boning to swimwear, a photo tutorial by Skirt Fixation

This post is all about the notions you need when sewing swimwear.  Grab your copy of the Grace Tankini here.

First let’s talk about elastic.


You want to be sure to use elastic specifically made for swimwear when sewing the Grace Tankini.  Cotton swimwear elastic is stretchier than other elastic, and holds up better to the ravages of chlorine water.  The Grace Tankini pattern uses 1/4″ swimwear elastic on the neckline, armholes, and leg holes.  You can buy it at your local sewing shop, and online.  You can even buy it by the roll on Amazon if you plan to sew a lot of elastic!

The other place elastic is used in the Grace Tankini is on the shelf bra.  Since this width is a little harder to find, you can either use regular 3/4″ elastic, or buy it by the roll on Amazon.

There are 2 ways to sew elastic into swimwear, and we’ve created a video tutorial to show you both ways.  Try them both, and use your favorite method.

The other notion you might use when sewing swimwear is boning.  Boning is useful for giving a shelf bra extra support on the sides.  When there is wrinkling in the bust area on the sides of a garment, that area could benefit from boning.

Prym Dritz Featherlite Twill Boning White

You can buy boning by the package or by the yard at your local sewing store.  Boning often has a cloth cover over a plastic or nylon insert.  Here is how we suggest adding boning to the Grace Tankini:


Adding boning to swimwear, a photo tutorial by Skirt Fixation

Zig zag your side seam allowances to the back of the shelf bra.  By doing this, you create a channel to insert the boning.  Continue with the pattern until you have inserted the underbust elastic.

Adding boning to swimwear, a photo tutorial by Skirt Fixation

If your boning has a cover, pull it back.  Cut your boning to match the length of the channel you created, minus about 1/2″ at the top of the side seam where you will be installing your armhole elastic.

Adding boning to swimwear, a photo tutorial by Skirt Fixation

Slide the boning into the channel.  That’s it!  Finish constructing your Grace Tankini, and forget worrying about having enough support!

Some people consider the notions to be the trickiest part of sewing swimwear, but we’ve made it easy for you with these swimwear notions tutorials.

Grab your copy of the Grace Tankini here.

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How to Add Bra Cups to a Swimsuit

How to add bra cups to a swimsuit - a video tutorial from Skirt Fixation

Today’s post is all about bra cups.  Grab your copy of the Grace Tankini here.

The Grace Tankini has a shelf bra in both views.  Adding bra cups to the shelf bra gives more stability and support as well as modesty when wet.  First let’s talk about bra cups.

How to add bra cups to a swimsuit - a video tutorial from Skirt Fixation

Bra cups for swimwear come in all different types!  There are several different shapes including inverted u-shape, oval or teardrop.  There are as many different cup sizes as there are for regular bras, but A-DD are the most common.  Swimwear bra cups can be found in a molded poly foam or gel filled, both with a knit covering.  Also, bra cups can be found in white, black, or nude.  Bra cups with enhancing (push up) features can also be purchased.

In choosing what bra cups to use, you should look for a shape and size that matches your bust size and swim fabric.  Be sure the bra cups you purchase include the words “for swimwear” so you can be sure they will not retain water or be damaged by chlorine.

Where to Source Bra Cups for Swimwear

You can purchase bra cups online or in your local sewing store.  As of this post, bra cups cost between $6 and $15.  Some online sources include:

How to add bra cups to a swimsuit - a video tutorial from Skirt Fixation

JoAnn Fabrics Dritz Molded Foam Bra Cups

Amazon

Sew Sassy

Another tried and true method of sourcing bra cups for swimwear is to harvest them from an old or thrift store swimsuit!  They are much cheaper, and in season you can often buy a suit from the thrift store for a dollar or two.  If you source your bra cups from a swimsuit, you can be assured they are intended for swimwear and will hold up to chlorine and not retain water.

How to Add Bra Cups to a Swimsuit

Sewing bra cups in to the Grace Tankini (or any shelf bra swimsuit) is easy and rewarding.  Watch our video below to watch us sew bra cups into the Grace Tankini and listen for all our little tips along the way!

If you’re looking for more support than a shelf bra with sewn in bra cups offers, try this tutorial from Cashmerette.

Also, watch for a tutorial on how to make your bra cups removable, which is useful if you’ve purchased special/expensive inserts (i.e. mastectomy prosthesis) you want to use in several different suits.

Leave us your thoughts about bra cups in the comments below.

Grab your copy of the Grace Tankini here.

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Sewing With Power Mesh

How to add power mesh to swimwear - a tutorial from Skirt Fixation

Swimwear sewing is doable for the home sewist, and every tip and tutorial helps you achieve a more professional look.  Today we’re talking about power mesh.  Grab your copy of the Grace Tankini here.

How to add power mesh to swimwear - a tutorial from Skirt Fixation

Power mesh is a lightweight, sheer fabric used to add extra compression or support to swimwear.  The best power mesh fabric to use for swimwear is made from a nylon spandex blend, and has a 4 way stretch.  The amount of stretch varies, so you should look for power mesh with similar stretch properties to your main swim fabric and lining.

Speaking of lining, the most common application of power mesh is to add it to the wrong side of your lining.  Stay tuned for the tutorial below on just how to do that.  But power mesh can also be used in place of the lining altogether.

Why to Use Power Mesh:

Reasons you might want to add power mesh to your swimwear are: extra compression power, extend the life of your suit, and modesty if your main fabric is thin.  Keep in mind that the extra compression power may require you to go up a size when making your swimwear.  This is both because power mesh often has less stretch than regular swim fabric, and also because every layer of fabric you add to your suit can mean less stretch overall.

Power mesh is also often used as the briefs in men/boys swim trunks.   It comes in many different colors and even a few prints.  You should wash and dry your power mesh in the same way you plan to launder your finished suit.  For us that means a cold water wash and a line dry.

Power mesh usually costs between $3 and $15 per yard.  We’ve linked to some sources we recommend for power mesh below:
Power Mesh White Fabric  
from Fabric.com
Performance Fabric Power Mesh Tango Red   
from JoAnn Fabrics

Power Mesh from Amazon

Power Mesh from Peekaboo Pattern Shop

The Fabric Fairy 

Cali Fabrics

Mood Fabrics

Online Fabric Store has 16 different colors of power mesh

Stylish Fabrics

How to Use Power Mesh:

Now here’s a tutorial on how to add power mesh to your swimwear.  In this tutorial, the power mesh is nude colored, the lining is white, and the main swim fabric is red and white striped.

How to add power mesh to swimwear - a tutorial from Skirt Fixation

Step 1:
Just like all swim wear fabric and lining, power mesh is easer to cut flat instead of on the fold. Also, we find it easier to get a more accurate cut when using a rotary cutter rather than a scissors. When you have your power mesh cut out, pin it to the wrong side of your lining fabric. (If your lining doesn’t have a right or wrong side, just choose one!)

How to add power mesh to swimwear - a tutorial from Skirt Fixation

Step 2:
Baste the power mesh to the lining fabric inside the seam allowance (closer to the raw edges) around all sides of the pattern piece.

How to add power mesh to swimwear - a tutorial from Skirt Fixation

Here you can see the power mesh is now basted to the lining fabric.  Sometimes the basting causes the lining to curl up a little around the edges.  This is no biggie, and it will stop once you remove your basting stitches.

How to add power mesh to swimwear - a tutorial from Skirt Fixation

Above you can see the right side of the fabric now has a line of basting stitches close to the edge.

How to add power mesh to swimwear - a tutorial from Skirt Fixation

Step 3:
Pin your lining pattern pieces together as according to the pattern instructions, keeping in mind the power mesh is on the wrong side of the lining fabric.  Remember to use ballpoint pins so you don’t snag your fabric when sewing swimwear.

Step 4:
Sew your lining pieces together with a stretch stitch. You can see how this line of sewing is outside the 1st basted line of thread. After this step, remove your basting stitches if desired.

How to add power mesh to swimwear - a tutorial from Skirt Fixation

Step 5:
Finally, sew the lining to the main fabric as instructed. You can see the power mesh is sandwiched between the main fabric and the lining.

There you have it: how and why to use power mesh in your swimwear sewing.  Leave us your thoughts about power mesh below!

Grab your copy of the Grace Tankini here.

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Embroidered Denim Skirt Knockoff {Buy or DIY ~ Skirt}

Embroidered Denim Skirt Knockoff by Skirt Fixation

It’s time for another Buy or DIY skirt! When we saw this beautiful embroidered denim skirt, we just had to check it out. But then we saw the price tag, and you might say we had a little sticker shock. But you know us, we just had to figure out a way to DIY this skirt!

Embroidered Denim Skirt Knockoff by Skirt Fixation

Embroidered Denim Skirt Knockoff Details:

Needle & Thread Wild Flower Embroidered Denim Skirt

Fabric Recommendation: Telio Denim Embroidered Single Border Floral Red/Turquoise/Pink Fabric

Pattern Recommendation: Alina Sewing Design Co. Chi-Town Chinos

Embroidered Denim Skirt Knockoff Math:

Needle & Thread Wild Flower Embroidered Denim Skirt: $400 retail price.
Fabric needed: 1.5 yards
Pattern: $15
Fabric: $10.98 per yard
Notions: $2.20 denim zipper
Total Cost: $33.67 for DIY
Total Savings: $366.33

Embroidered Denim Skirt Knockoff Summary:

Wow, the DIY wins again!! Are you seeing a pattern here? (See what we did there?!) So now we are totally in the mood to whip up an embroidered denim skirt…how about you?

Just a little FYI…affiliate links are used in this post.  This is so that we can support our blogging and fabric-holic tendency.  If you click on one of our links, we might make a few pennies at no extra cost to you.  You’ve been warned!

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Cosy Toes Shoes {Handmade Baby}

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation

Have you ever thought about making shoes?  On our Handmade Baby journey we decided to sew up some shoes for Baby.

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation
Of course we turned to Twig and Tale for their Wild Things shoes pattern. After looking at the 7 different animals that can be made with this pattern, we decided to make gray baby mouse shoes which also fit the color scheme we had planned for Baby’s newborn capsule wardrobe.

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation
We didn’t know what size to make for a newborn, so we went with size 2 (3-6 mo.) At 3 months, Baby is just now growing into them! Babies don’t really need to wear shoes anyway, but they are sure cute when she has them on!

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation
The Wild Things baby shoes are a good pattern to use up scraps or upcycle clothing. We used tiny leftover scraps for both pairs of baby shoes we sewed.

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation
Making baby shoes is not a quick endeavor, but so cute!! The pattern is very well illustrated with photos, and easy to understand.

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation

Allegra, our in house embroiderer, sewed the tiny button nose, eyes and whiskers on these mouse shoes.

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation
We also sewed a size 3 (6-9 mo) pair of luna moth shoes for Baby.  We were inspired by a photo by @geckogrl2002 on Instagram.

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation

You can see she has room to grow into them!

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation

Both of these shoes use Art Gallery Forest Floor Luna Rising Shadow Fabric (affiliate link) one for the exterior, and one for the lining leftover from our stop on the Forest Floor blog tour.

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation

We used leather scraps for the bottoms of both these Wild Things shoes. Also, the mouse ears are leather scraps.

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation
Will we be sewing shoes again? Probably…when Baby outgrows these two pairs! It’s so satisfying to be able to make everything a baby can wear.

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation
Should you sew shoes? If you’re thinking about it, right now the entire footwear collection at Twig & Tale is on sale with the code COSYTOES for 15% off. (Psssst: there are now adult sizes!)

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation
For more shoe sewing inspiration, check out these other stops on the Cosy Toes blog tour:

Tuesday: FliegfederfreiCreatenicSew SnippetSew Many Adventures
Wednesday: Sew Shelly SewShe Who SewsLife in our busy householdInspinration
Thursday: Skirt Fixation Sprouting Jube JubeNeedle and TedJust Add Fabric 

Handmade Baby shoes sewn by Skirt Fixation

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Me Made May Week 4

Me Made May skirt outfits from Skirt Fixation

 

 

Wrapping up Me Made May today!  Some thoughts on the event and my wardrobe at the end of the pictures!

Me Made May Day 22:

This striped Jocole knit pencil skirt is super comfortable and it matches my gray Sante Fe top perfectly!  I wear both these a lot.

Day 22 Verdict:

Me Made May skirt outfits from Skirt Fixation

Perfect outfit for summer months!  Everyone needs a Sante Fe top!  And this pattern is on SALE for 15% off right now with the code SANTEFE15

Me Made May Day 23:

This was the very first v-neck Union Street Tee I made.  Well, the very 1st any v-neck tee I made!  And I love it!

Day 23 Verdict:

Me Made May skirt outfits from Skirt Fixation

Love this shirt, here’s my review of the pattern.

Me Made May Day 24:

Me Made May skirt outfits from Skirt Fixation

I sewed up the Wildflower Top from Blank Slate Patterns and even modified it to become nursing friendly.

Day 24 Verdict:

Me Made May skirt outfits from Skirt Fixation

Unfortunately, this version didn’t work!  Bur I think with some changes I could get this to work out.  It would be such a good shirt for nursing!

Me Made May Day 25:

I wore my Jocole Peplum Top.  This version was originally my wearable muslin.

Day 25 Verdict:

Me Made May skirt outfits from Skirt Fixation

As with the other peplum top I wore this week, my waistline is not quite back to normal right now, and I’m going to keep blaming it on having a baby for several more months!

Me Made May Day 26:

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This is my favorite skirt refashion ever!  And my black Lane Raglan  that I still wear ALL THE TIME!

Day 26 Verdict:

Me Made May skirt outfits from Skirt Fixation

These two are in constant rotation!

Me Made May Day 27:

This navy blue Seafarer Top I made (unblogged) goes with just about everything in my skirt wardrobe!  And this skirt is reviewed here.

Day 27 Verdict:

Me Made May skirt outfits from Skirt Fixation

Mr. Skirt Fixation just purged his closet again…I think it’s time to make another one of these skirts!

Me Made May Day 28:

I love this Cheyenne Tunic in Art Gallery Fabrics voile so much!  And this Syrah skirt is dreamy too!

Day 28 Verdict:

Me Made May skirt outfits from Skirt Fixation

I’m pretty sure that if these two garments ever wear out I’ll just make exact replicas so I can always wear them!

Me Made May Day 29:

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This Sante Fe top  was the 2nd one I made.  And I wore it with my Jocole yoga A-line skirt.

Day 29 Verdict:

Me Made May skirt outfits from Skirt Fixation

The fabric I used for this shirt was closeout from Hancock Fabrics, and it doesn’t have good recovery.  This shirt gets pretty stretched out.

Me Made May Day 30:

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My new Seafarer top (again!!!) and a refashioned skirt from several years ago.

Day 30 Verdict:

Me Made May skirt outfits from Skirt Fixation

When it’s good, it’s good!

Me Made May Day 31:

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A brand new Syrah Skirt (blog post coming soon!) made from this fantastic shibori dyed knit fabric from JoAnn (affiliate link) and (surprise, surprise) that same navy Seafarer!

Day 31 Verdict:

Me Made May skirt outfits from Skirt Fixation

What I learned from Me Made May 2017:

I need to replace quite a few of the garments I made when I was learning to sew knits.

I need to sew with more solid colors more so I can pair things better.

I’m actually running short on Me Made skirts!

I need to find(or draft?) a good denim skirt pattern.

Do you have any suggestions for my “Me Made” wardrobe?

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Me Made May Week 3

Me Made May outfits from Skirt Fixation

I forgot to post the “Me Mades” I’ve been wearing here on the blog!  So you get week 3 today and week 4 a little later.

Me Made May Day 14:

I love the Runway Skirt from the cover of the pattern, and since the godets are cream rather than white, I made myself a new Union St. Tee to match!  (affiliate link)

Day 14 Verdict:

Me Made May outfits from Skirt Fixation

I love both of these garments lots and lots!  I tried to wear a store bought sweater vest with it, but it did’t fit!  Just be time to make one!

Me Made May Day 15:

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Wearing the 1st Syrah Skirt I made, and my Jocole peplum in super soft Art Gallery Fabrics knit fabric!

Day 15 Verdict:

Me Made May outfits from Skirt Fixation

I will probably wait a few more months before putting this top back in my regular wardrobe.

Me Made May Day 16:

My Lane Raglan (affiliate link) in black that I wear ALL. THE. TIME. and a refashioned skirt.

Day 16 Verdict:

Me Made May outfits from Skirt Fixation

This skirt is going to have to go!  And the Lane Raglan is getting worn from so much wear…time to make another one!

Me Made May Day 17:

Guess what, another Syrah Skirt from my very 1st Cali Fabrics blog post, and my wearable muslin (unblogged, I think!) of the Granville Shirt.

Day 17 Verdict:

Me Made May outfits from Skirt Fixation

Time to sew a button back on!  And wait a few months to wear it again…

Me Made May Day 18:

One of my very favorite striped Lane Raglans, (affiliate link) and my black Jocole Yoga Skirt.

Day 18 Verdict:

Me Made May outfits from Skirt Fixation

It’s soooo hard to get rid of a favorite shirt…but this one needs some repair before I wear it again in public…if ever!

Me Made May Day 19:

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I chose my very comfortable Seafarer Top in the very lovely Art Gallery Fabric floral. (affiliate link)

Day 19 Verdict:

Me Made May outfits from Skirt Fixation

This pattern and this fabric is one of my favorite combinations!

Me Made May Day 20:

I just had to wear this Runway Skirt again when I got to go to Quilt Market for a few hours because I knew April Rhodes, who designed this Observer knit fabric (affiliate link) would be there showing her newest lines of fabric!

Day 20 Verdict:

Me Made May outfits from Skirt Fixation

I also wore a new Seafarer Top I made myself just for the occasion!

Me Made May Day 21:

Day 21: a maxi skirt in gorgeous @alisonglass fabric and a #viviennetop . . #mmmay17 #memademay #flirtingtheissue

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This very lovely Flirting The Issue skirt and a Vivienne Top I made for Allegra.

Day 21 Verdict:

Me Made May outfits from Skirt Fixation

The Vivienne Top didn’t work out for me…but I really do need a dressy black shirt, so stay tuned!!

My kids have also been wearing Momma Made clothing too! Here’s what I got:

Kids Momma Mades Day 14:

My sweet girl in her #mommade outfit today. #mommmay #mommmay17 #minimemademay #polinadress #pencilskirt #vintagefabric

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Kids Momma Mades Day 15:

Kids Momma Mades Day 16:

Kids Momma Mades Day 17:

Kids Momma Mades Day 18:

Kids Momma Mades Day 19:

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Kids Momma Mades Day 20:

Kids Momma Mades Day 21:

 

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Grace Tankini Tester Call

Grace Tankini by Savvy Patterns

The Grace Tankini is now available!  Grab your copy of the Grace Tankini here.

For almost 1 year I’ve been working on my next pattern, and today I’m finally calling for testers to help get the Grace Tankini ready for sale!  It’s a really exciting day, and I’m so glad for everyone’s help.

Grace Tankini by Savvy Patterns

The Grace Tankini is a vintage inspired swimsuit with lots of options.  View A contains a circle skirt and a top with a playful circle in the back.  View B has ruched center areas which are customizable to flatter your figure.  The sporty bottoms can be made with or without matching ruching.  You can mix and match the 2 tops with 4 bottom options.  Include the 2 perfectly sized patch pockets to keep things stored while you swim.  The secure card pocket can be added to any of the bottoms.  Both top views include a shelf bra.  The Grace Tankini is the ultimate feminine swimsuit.  Whether you’re looking for a suit with more coverage due to modesty or skin sensitivity or some other reason, the Grace Tankini is the swimsuit for you!

Testers will be notified by email by May 30.  You will have 1 week to source fabric (I know not everyone has swimsuit fabric laying around!)  and the test will begin June 5.  If you can fulfill those time requirements, please fill out the tester form below.

Don’t think you can sew swimwear, or need some inspiration?  Right now there’s a swimwear tour filled with all things swimwear sewing.  Check it out:

Hosted by Sew Sophie Lynn & Paisley Roots
Pear Berry Lane / Inspinration / It’s Liesel / Sewing For Four
Harper Lu / Call Ajaire / Stylin Stacy / Skirt Fixation
Sewing By Ti / Sewing With Sarah / Sew & TellMe Made
Made By Melli / Life Sew Savory / That’s What She Crafted / Auschick
Rebel & Malice / EYMM / Stitching & Making / Lilliepawillie

And like any great blog tour there is a giveaway hosted by these sponsors:

We’re going to be giving away a Grace Tankini pattern!  Get all the details here.

Grab your copy of the Grace Tankini here.

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The Fabric Scrooge & A Skirt Sale!

Fabric Scrooge tips from Skirt Fixation

We’ve just couldn’t miss telling you about a fantastic skirt sale!

Skipalong Skort sewn by Skirt Fixation

This fantastic little skirt, The Skipalong Skort is on sale for 50% off today only at Peekaboo Pattern Shop.  But that’s not all:

The Skyline Skort pattern by Peekaboo Pattern Shop, sewn by Skirtfixation using fabric from The Fabric Fairy

The Skyline Skort by Peekaboo Pattern Shop is also on sale for 50% off today only too!  AND:

If you buy them bundled together, you can save an additional $2 with the code SKORT ~ Which means you get 2 amazing skirt patterns, both with shorts underneath and pockets, for only $7 which is a crazy good deal!  We’ve made both these skirt patterns over and over and over again!

Fabric Scrooge tips from Skirt Fixation

Also, we’re over at the CaliFabrics blog today sharing how you can save money on fabric with all of our Fabric Scrooge tips for using less!  See you there…

 

Affiliate links are used in this post to really great patterns!  If you use our links, we might make a couple of pennies at no extra cost to you.