The Sandbridge Skirt is a casual raw-hem skirt in two lengths. View A hits mid-thigh and View B hits just above the knee. Both views include traditional five pocket styling, a functional zipper fly, a back yoke, and belt loops. The separate pocket bags and contoured waistband facing provide fun opportunities for using a cute printed fabric. The waistband facing is finished with bias tape, which makes it very easy to sew and provides another place for hidden fabric customization. The Sandbridge is designed to be worn at the low waist for that perfect relaxed style. It pairs equally well with a bikini top and flip flops or a sweater and boots. The Sandbridge can be made with stretch or non-stretch bottom weight fabrics such as denim, corduroy, twill, velvet, or sateen. For fabrics that don’t work well with a raw hem, there are instructions for sewing a traditional turned up hem as well.
This digital .pdf pattern includes:
– Illustrated sewing instructions
– Tips for sewing, styling, and alterations
– Layers function so you can print only the size(s) you need (in the print at home file only)
– A print shop copy so you can print the entire pattern on one sheet of 36″ wide paper or one sheet of A0 size paper.
When you check out, the .pdf file will automatically be sent to the email address you enter when you check out. You can also always find it in your account. You will not receive any hard copy, only the digital file. You can download, print, and start sewing immediately!
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Read more about the Sandbridge Skirt
See the pattern testers’ Sandbridge Skirts here.
First model: Mandi Warren
Second model: Carlada Rumba
Third model: Tami Peterson
Emily (verified owner) –
Outstanding pattern with professional finishes! Clear instructions and illustrations led me to install my first zipped fly easily! The sandbridge skirt is a staple in my wardrobe! I shared a bunch of pics here: http://replicatethendeviate.blogspot.com/2017/07/hey-june-patterns-sandbridge-skirt.html?m=1
Audrey (verified owner) –
This pattern is a skirt makers dream come true! It has everything you need to know to make your new favorite (denim, corduroy, canvas, and sateen) skirt. Even though I’ve made a zip fly before, this was my favorite method, and the prettiest. I wear this skirt (at least!) once per week, and can’t wait to make more. You can see all my photos and complete review here: http://skirtfixation.com/2017/08/sandbridge-skirt-trevi-top-outfit/