Sewing Tips | How To Draft Your Own Sewing Pattern -Part.2 Maple Skirt-

Hello, Sara here. This is Part 2 of my video series that’s all about making your own Maple Skirt. In Part 1, we drew our pattern and cut out all our pieces. If you haven’t watched Part 1 yet, I highly recommend watching Part 1 before this video.

The Maple Skirt is a fully adjustable and customizable pattern that you can draft on your own. It includes all of my favourite skirt elements that make up my perfect skirt and you are free to modify any of them to make this skirt truly your own. In this video, I will also share some ideas that you can implement and I hope your creativity is sparked. The possibilities are endless and I hope you’re excited to sew your own Maple Skirt with me!

FAQ Material List

My recommendations on Amazon Canada

My recommendations on Amazon USA

LDH Scissors and thread snip

Tailor’s Chalk Pencil

Poly Sewing Thread

Lightweight Fusible Interfacing

These are my online fabric shops
Dailylike Canada
Two O Nine Fabric
Two O Nine Fabric on Etsy

Some of the links above are affiliate links. Clicking and purchasing through affiliate links gives me a small commission. BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY, I wanted to help you find the materials easier. So you can focus more on your project. Thank you.

This brings us to the finish of the Maple Skirt! I love the volume and length of this skirt and find myself reaching for it often. I hope the process of drafting and sewing your own Maple has sparked your creativity to create unique and with confidence. For any thoughts and questions about the Maple, please leave a comment below, and remember to tag me in your makes so I can celebrate with you. Thank you for joining me in Sewing Therapy and I will see you in my next video. 안녕!

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