If you are looking for help fitting your Evelyn Skirt, you’ve found the right post! We have put together this post covering the most common fitting adjustments for the Evelyn Skirt. Find fitting posts for each of our patterns in the fitting and custom adjustments library here. Please check out our Evelyn Tester Inspiration post
We are so excited to release the Evelyn Skirt! I am obsessed with all of my samples, and every time I see a new fabric I feel like I need to make a new version. This pattern works for so many fabrics, and you probably have the perfect fabric in your stash. But if you
THE EVELYN SKIRT PATTERN HAS ARRIVED! The Evelyn Skirt was designed along with our Max Tee. Together they feel just the right amount of dressed-up, and I couldn’t love this pairing more! Evelyn VIEW A || High Slit, Side-Front Buttons, Midi LengthFabric Source || Viscose Linen Noil in Lime from Blackbird Fabrics The Evelyn pattern
We are close to finishing our Pixies! In this post, we’ll finish the hems on all views of the pattern. FOLD AND STITCH THE SLIT – VIEW A The slit is already folded from pressing the seam allowance open. Pin the 3/8” (1 cm) seam allowance in place. Use a straight stitch to stitch the
We are continuing with attaching the sleeves to our front and back bodices. In this post, we’ll demonstrate how to sew the long sleeves and side seams for Views B & C. SEW SLEEVES TO ARMHOLE With the right sides together, pin the sleeve to the armhole flat, matching the notches, and sew the sleeves.
We are ready to attach the sleeves to our front and back bodices. In this post, we’ll demonstrate how to sew and hem the short sleeves and side seams for View A. If you’re sewing long sleeves, adding hem bands, or a regular hem skip ahead to the next post. SEW SLEEVES TO ARMHOLE &
Before you begin to sew, we recommend that you read over all of the instructions and make sure you are familiar with the seam allowances and markings. Our first step is to sew the hem ties for View A. If you are sewing view B or C, scroll down to the third step where we