Polkadot Chambray Baseball Skirt

I'm still alive!  Don't worry!  Sorry (again) for the hiatus!  I was away on vacation for a week and a half, and after a week back at work I'm finally starting to get back in the groove of things again.  I have a really quick post to share of the Sew DIY Baseball Skirt I sewed up a little while ago in the last bit of that polkadot chambray that I made both a Fen Dress and a (failed) Hayden Tee out of earlier this summer.  I wish I had bought more of this fabric because it is so comfy, and so easy to sew with!

I chose to make the front the same length as the back, as I'm not a huge fan of super short skirts.  This pattern was an absolute breeze to sew - even the tiny curved hems! This skirt is perfect for those stinkin' hot summer days where you want something comfortable and breezy to wear.  With the elastic waistband, it's like pulling on a pair of sweatpants that are much more appropriate to wear out to dinner or for a walk in the park.

Also, like any good skirt pattern - it has pockets!!  Nice big deep pockets which are great if you don't want to carry around a purse.

Anyways - that's about all!  I would definitely recommend this pattern if you're looking for an easy-breezy skirt for the last few hot days of the summer.  I will keep this on my list for when I start up summer sewing next year ;)

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