This month my contribution to the Minerva Crafts Blogger Network was a project that I’ve been wanting to tackle for months: the Wattle skirt by Megan Nielsen. This pattern is another incredibly versatile design that comes in 2 versions, but you can also mix and match the different features to create even more styles. I have been admiring everyone’s versions ever since it was released and as I’m trying to focus on sewing more separates this summer, I knew it was going to be perfect for my wardrobe.
To create my Wattle skirt, I chose a Lady McElroy crepe fabric. Because of its drape, I knew it was going to be perfect for Version A, the bias-cut skirt.
You can read my thoughts on the pattern on Minerva Crafts.
If you love skirts as much as I do, check out this list of my favorite 10+ 1 skirt sewing patterns.