For those hot summer days (and nights!), look to these fun skirt sewing patterns.
Sizzling summer skirts are on the way and here to stay. While the sunshine radiates and the breeze wafts by, go for easy breezy style with a DIY skirt. The perfect summer skirt is comfy and lightweight, and these skirts are no exception. For summer fashion that keeps you cool and chic, consult these fun, trendy sewing patterns.
For a modern feminine look, this skirt pattern
from Ruffles & Roses features a cool twist on a classic silhouette. With a few asymmetrical pleated tiers, this skirt compromises many different styles: edgy, quirky, polished, and comfy. An easy material like knit makes this skirt transition between each season for many wears and outfits to come.
The 70s are back - fringe, suede and all. Channel the hippie boho vibe this summer by taking cues from All About You's button-front skirt pattern
. Buttons are retro-chic and add a lot of character to an otherwise plain skirt. Play around with fabric patterns and different buttons for the right mix of personality and summer ease.
Some skirts have very traditional shapes, but this skirt from Sew It Thought is far from traditional. This wrap-skirt pattern
shows you how to replicate the beautiful twist front. For the fashion forward, this skirt looks effortlessly daring. The mid-thigh length would pair perfectly with a solid-colored crop top and chelsea boots.
A-line, anyone? This timeless skirt shape works for every season and every style. Elizabeth's midi skirt pattern
is thoroughly explained and easy to follow, so there's no excuse for not adding this skirt to your wardrobe. Make room for one, maybe two, or three perhaps because once you try this shape you'll make a beeline for the A-line.
Perfect for work and for play, pleats are cute and classic. This wide-pleat-wrap skirt pattern
from Cotton & Curls turns into a fun and flirty midi. Pair this lovely piece with a lacy top and patent-leather flats for a day-to-night summer look. You'll never want to step out of this zipper-free skirt.
Thinking about summer may conjure images of waves lapping along the coastline in your mind, so mimic the fluctuating tide with Megan Nielsen's cascade skirt pattern
. The high-low hemline is both trendy and flattering, and button- or tie-waist option allows for versatility and functionality. You can't go wrong with this summery wardrobe staple.