Skip Your Chores Skort - PDF DIGITAL DOWNLOAD

Skip Your Chores Skort - PDF DIGITAL DOWNLOAD

Looking for a skort that is cute and twirly, but still modest for girls of all ages? This easy-to-follow ‘Skip-your-chores Skort’ sewing pattern will help you sew a skort that your girl (teen or tween) will love!

Feminine and sporty this skort is designed to be sewn in a 4-way stretch knit fabric like cotton/lycra, spandex or sports performance fabric, and is finished with a flat look elastic waistband. The Skip-your-chores skort is stretchy and easy to slip on and looks equally great styled with trainers and a t-shirt, or with knee high socks and mary janes.

The Skip-your-chores Skort by Thread Faction Studio features:

  • A yoked skirt with a flounce skirt at back, or front and back
  • An optional zipped pocket on the back yoke
  • Built in shorts
  • A mid-rise design
  • A comfortable elastic waist
  • Custom fitting instructions

The pattern starts at a size 2 and goes up to a size 14 perfect for a tween or teen.

We offer an optional zippered back waist pocket and 2 different skirt options (flounce front and back or flat front with a flounce back). Also included are 2 waistband sewing methods for the skort, so you can choose the best method to suit your equipment and sewing style.

This pattern will be printed and dispatched to you once you have placed your order. It contains 1 x A0 Pattern Page. You can choose if you want to receive the instructions as a emailed file or for a small additional fee they can be printed for you too.

We conserve paper by printing on both sides of the A4 paper for the instructions.

The Pattern will be dispatched in a Kraft String and Washer Envelope that has the Pattern sticker on the front which is perfect for using to store you pattern in once sewn.

All our Patterns are sent 1st Class Post with Royal Mail.

Liz is the owner and designer at Thread Faction Studio, Australia

When I make my designs, I strive for fashion forward modifications on the types of clothes my kids and I wear every day, so the items I sew get plenty of wear, and the items I wear every day fit perfectly.

And to be honest, I don't know if I have achieved 'fashion forward' (this 39 year old has been living in kid land too long to really be cutting edge, and I don't know if I was anywhere near it to start with) but we really do love our patterns, and I hope you do too.

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