Top Ten Girls Skirt Tutorials

When I learned that I was having a little girl, it rekindled my interest in sewing.  Before long, sewing was no longer something I had enjoyed attempting with my Granny, but a full-fledged hobby I could not get enough of!

Thankfully, there are many other women out there who have had this same experience.  Many of them choose to share their ideas and tutorials with us so that we can recreate the stunning garments they have made.

If you’re looking to make a new skirt for your little one and search for a tutorial or pattern to do so, you will find hundreds, probably thousands, of variations to choose from.  I am literally bursting at the seams wanting to create all of the designs that I run across.  The sad reality is that is never going to happen.  There are simply not enough hours in the day to do so.  And, let’s face it– my daughter could never even come close to wearing that many different articles of clothing.

I use Pinterest to bookmark my favorite ideas and tutorials.  Even still, I will never get around to creating the many, many things I have pinned.

So, I have decided to make my lists a bit more manageable.  I am going to start with skirts and feature the top ten tutorials I want to try or have tried.  Some of these are brand new and some have been around for several years.  However, each made the list because it’s one of my top ten girls skirt tutorials.

{Note– please click the text below each picture to be taken to the full tutorial for each of the skirts pictured}

Victorian Valentine Skirt by Nancy’s Couture
The Bustle Skirt by Simple Simon & Co.
The Cascading Ruffle Skirt by Lil Blue Boo
Ruffle Skirt by A Girl and a Glue Gun
The Taking Notes Skirt by Sewing in No Mans Land
Ombre Pleated Skirt by Craftiness is Not Optional
Pieced Circle Skirt by A Little Gray
Striped Circle Skirt by Mama Says Sew
Lucky Chevron Skirt by You and Mie