This wrap skirt appeared as a Craftzine podcast last year. Sites like Burdastyle and Fitzpatterns now offer large patterns that have been broken into multiple pages. Here is the free PDF pattern for the wrap skirt.
Each pattern must be printed. This pattern had 24 pages that had to be taped together before cutting! This was my initial choice of fabric, but then I soon changed my mind to an Amy Butler Rowan eyelash patter a very good friend got for me.
Here is a portion of the pattern, taped together, and cut out.
This was a fun skirt to make. I was surprised that it tied in the back, but the knot hasn’t bothered me so far. This skirt can sit much lower on the hips than the wrap dress I made a month ago. The kangaroo pouch seemed weird at first, but is perfect for stashing an mp3 player, keys, or mobile phone. This is a great weekend project!