This post was contributed by Lindsay of the Cottage Mama. Lindsay has a lovely boutique style and a shop full of ruffly patterns. Lindsay is also one of the nicest people on the internet, I’m so thrilled to have her here!
I hope you enjoyed this free pattern! For more patterns, tutorials, recipes and more, please visit me over at The Cottage Mama!
If you liked this post, you’ll also like the scrappy ruffle headband tutorial and the Georgia Vintage dress from the Cottage Mama!
Wow, I’m a big fan of Lindsay’s work, and this tutorial is no exception! I love all the look of the skirt! I haven’t tried knits yet, but this tutorial is giving me the kick in the pants that I needed. Love your blog too. First time here but I will be back!
Have a great day!
Oh, curious about her jacket. Is that made from a pattern or store bought? If a pattern, I would love to know where I could find it. It’s adorable!
Lindsay Wilkes - The Cottage Mama
Christine, the sweater is actually one of our favorite pieces from Matilda Jane Clothing. I kind of want one for my younger daughter, so I may figure out a pattern…….just a little bit more fun than a traditional cardigan. If I figure it out, I’ll share with you all on my blog :).
What an adorable skirt. Thank you for sharing this.
This is adorable. I need to get back to sewing for my little one. Thanks so much for sharing.
Adorable! the ruffle under the waistband could work with pants too
I love this! So adorable, and I love that it is knit, and what a great pairing of non-girly colors with a girly style. Well done Lindsay!
WOW, Lindsay….way to get this series started off with a bang!! So cute and comfy…
adorable! I love it! It’s so perfect for any season but I love seeing it all styled up for Fall.
That is SUCH a cute skirt!! Loving the fold over waist and the ruffle at the hip! I’ve linked to your tutorial here:
I love this skirt! Thanks for the tutorial and pattern!