How to Sew a Skirt With Pockets with Emily of Life Sew Savory

October 17, 2019

How to Sew a Skirt With Pockets with Emily of Life Sew Savory - Raspberry Creek Fabrics

Rayon Challis

Emily of Life Sew Savory is sharing a fun and easy tutorial on her blog this week.  She used our gorgeous rayon challis for a simple pull-on skirt with everyone's favorite feature- pockets! 

Skirt

Her tutorial will walk you through the steps to create your own easy-to-wear skirt that will bring you through all the seasons.  It's beautiful in our rayon challis for spring through fall and would look super cute in chambray or flannel for winter.  Head over to her blog for all the details!




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