Crafting Slow Fashion: Taylor Skirt Pattern Review

Caley Vitella
by Caley Vitella
6 Materials
4 Hours

Hey, sewing enthusiasts! Today, I'm thrilled to share my experience with the Taylor Skirt pattern from Coralina Patterns. As we embrace the spring season, why not join me in creating a capsule wardrobe that's not just stylish but sustainable too?

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By the way, you can watch the entire sewing process of this vest, along with the matching vest I made to go with it, in this cozy sewing vlog :)

Let's start with the fabric choice – I went for a gorgeous brocade from Longan Craft, sporting an eclectic, almost cottagecore design. Working with this fabric was a breeze, adding a touch of whimsy to my wardrobe and a sense of connection to slow fashion values.

Now, onto the pattern itself. The Taylor Skirt offers a chic and versatile option for springtime outfits. However, I must admit that the sewing instructions were a bit broad, which might pose a challenge for beginners. But fear not! If you've tackled at least one button-front garment before, you'll find this project fairly straightforward.

Despite the initial learning curve, the end result is oh-so worth it. The Taylor Skirt exudes charm and sophistication, effortlessly elevating any ensemble. Plus, there's something incredibly empowering about wearing a piece you've crafted with your own hands.

As we champion the slow fashion movement, let's remember the joy and fulfillment that comes from creating our own garments. So, dust off that sewing machine, pick out some fabulous fabric, and let's craft our way to a more sustainable and stylish spring wardrobe!

Happy sewing, everyone! 🧵✨

Suggested materials:
  • Brocade Fabric   (Longan Craft)
  • Lining Fabric   (JoAnn Crafts)
  • Taylor Skirt Pattern   (Etsy - Coralina Patterns)
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