16 Easy Sew Skirt Patterns for Beginner Sewers

16 Easy Sew Skirt Patterns for Beginner Sewers

Learn how and sew fabulously stylish skirts that look and feel great. Create gorgeous, colorful skirts perfect for any occasion in various sizes and shapes.

With these 16 easy sew skirt patterns, even beginners can easily create a custom wardrobe that fits well and showcases their unique and personal style.

 

Knit Fabric Circle Skirt

Sew your own circle skirt in 30 minutes using this super simple tutorial!

Via Sweet Red Poppy

 

A-Line Suede Skirt

Get trendy by sewing your own version of the increasingly popular tan suede skirt.

Via Melissa Ting

 

Easy Sew Skirt for Beginners

This lovely little skirt is the perfect skirt pattern that’s perfect for newbie sewers.

Via Dabbles and Babbles

 

Top Stitched Pleat Maxi Skirt DIY

Learn How to sew a fancy maxi skirt – perfect for your special occasion!

Via Sewing Rabbit

 

Easy Elastic Waist Gathered Skirt

This full gathered skirt has a flat waistband with wide elastic inside it. The entire skirt is made of knit fabric, which stretches, meaning there are no zippers or other closures to worry about, and it’s extremely comfy.

Via It’s Always Autumn

 

Paris Skirt

Learn how to make your very own gorgeous Paris skirt in any size!

Via Nothing Too Fancy

 

Simple Knit Skirt

This simple skirt pattern is so easy it can be finished in about 1.5 hours. If you don’t have any knit fabric on hand, you can make this with any type of fabric. You can also customize your skirt based on your desired length.

Via Brittany Goldwyn

 

Pleated Mini Skirt DIY

This pleated mini skirt is just perfect. The full body, the pleats, the geometric pattern and pops of bright color. Everything about this skirt is fabulous.

Via Sewing Rabbit

 

Paper Bag Skirt

This skirt isn’t really made out of a paper bag but it’s called a “paper bag” style skirt (high-waisted, cinched in like a paper bag, a bit poofy, etc.). Kind of a fun little skirt style that can be made pretty easily.

Via Make It and Love It

 

Gathered Skirt for All Ages

Fill in your own seasonal wardrobe gaps with this lovely gathered skirt pattern perfect for all ages.

Via Purl Soho

 

20 Minute Basic Band Skirt

This is a great project for beginners and those in a hurry because it’s just a few straight lines. You can simplify the skirt even more by doing it without a band but in addition to adding an extra bit of cuteness I, like that it gives the new sewer an extra long length to practice sewing.

Via Rae Gun Ramblings

5-Minute Skirt

This super easy to sew skirt is 2 pieces, front and back, cut on the bias. You don’t need a serger for this project—it just means you will need to hem your skirt the traditional way, which is any way you normally would.

Via Angry Chicken

 

Reversible Skirt

If you’re new to sewing, this is a perfect project. The pattern is simple and quick to complete. There are no fasteners, hems, or waistband panels to worry about.

Via Makezine

 

Midi Length Knit Pencil Skirt

knit pencil skirts….they are stretchy and you feel like you are wearing pajamas all day. You can wear them with everything–tee shirts and flip flops, to a blazer and heels and everything in between.  And they are an easy afternoon sewing project!!!

Via Simple Simon and Company

 

Wool Skirt Pattern

This wool skirt pattern is pretty easy to make and comes with a step by step tutorial to walk you through each and every step.

Life Sew Savory

 

Super Easy Women’s Skirt

If you’re looking for a simple yet comfortable and flattering skirt, this easy women’s skirt tutorial is it!

Via Creative Homemaking

We hope these easy sew skirt patterns have inspired you to have fun and express your unique personal style. If you’re looking for more great skirts to sew, check out this great book: Skirt-a-day Sewing : Create 28 Skirts for a Unique Look Everyday

With these 16 easy sew skirt patterns, even beginners can easily create a custom wardrobe that fits well and showcases their unique and personal style. 

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