Everyday Style - Tedra Skirt

Everyday Style - Tedra Skirt

I’ve had the Tedra skirt from Everyday Style on my list for some time now. This weekend I was able to sneak in a little sewing time. It felt so good after being away for a few weeks. I’m really pleased with how it turned out. I think the simple bias construction is very clever. It’s just two pieces with an invisible side zipper. I’ve never done a waistband this way before. The book calls for Petersham ribbon. We don’t carry that type of ribbon so I used our 1” wide twill tape. I think it worked great. The fabric I used is this pretty green shot cotton. Because this skirt is cut on the bias I think you could use just about any type of fabric for your skirt. Chambray, quilting cotton, twill, linen, corduroy, wool; these are all good options. It's no secret that I love this book! (Check out the other blog posts here and here.) I've now made each of the garments. I'd still like to make another pair of Owyn pants and a dress length Kiomi. And there are really cute bags in here too! So many reasons to keep sewing!! Above: Kiomi Top with the Tedra Skirt

Just the details:

Pattern: Tedra Skirt from Everyday Style book Fabric: Peppered Cottons in Deep Green Size: Medium/Medium Length Modifications: None Class: April 5th & 12th Happy Sewing! Connie

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