I feel like Tami at Love Notions has secret powers. Every time I find a whole in my wardrobe Tami magically knows and poof! A new pattern appears. This summer I’ve been wanting to add a few more casual skirts to my closet and the Ravinia Skirt (Affiliate Link) is just perfect!
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Our summer days are usually spent either at the pool, sports lessons and games, or lazy days at home. With temps close to triple digits, these skirts will be perfect for whatever our day holds.
The Ravinia pattern comes in sizes XS-XXXL and can be made in three lengths- knee, calf, and maxi. There are three waistband options- a simple yoga waistband, a slimming contoured band, and a maternity option. As always, the pattern features no-trim pages which make putting it together a breeze. There is also a copy shop file so you can send it off to be printed as well.
My favorite feature is the pockets! They are nice and roomy and that gathering is so unique and fun!
I got both of my fabrics from Cali Fabrics brick and mortar shop Fabric Outlet when I was visiting San Francisco earlier this month. Anyone else feel the need to fit in just a little fabric shopping on vacation? I love shopping their online selection but touching and feeling all the pretty fabric in real life just can’t be beat.
You can grab this dreamy modal jersey here and it’s such a steal! It’s so soft and that drape is dreamy! I paired it with my stripe modal Classic Tee and it’s almost like wearing nothing at all- it’s just so comfortable, breathable, and soft! (And way better on my family than if I did cruise around in my birthday suit all day, lol!)
This skirt is a cozy double brushed polyester. It’s super soft and I didn’t want to take it off! This particular print is sold out but Cali has a large selection of dbp to pick from. I really like this pattern in DBP too!
I love the fullness of this skirt. These cuts were 2.5 yards each and I used almost every last scrap for these skirts. The floral fabric was a wider piece so I was able to fit the size small maxi out of it easily. The taupe modal wasn’t quite as wide and the midi length worked great for it. I did the contour waistband in the taupe and that needs four waistband pieces instead of the one yoga waistband piece. There is an option to add power mesh to the contour waistband so of course I was all over that! I sandwiched my power mesh between the front waistband and front lining piece and like the extra ‘help’ it gives the stomach area.
You can grab your own Ravinia pattern on sale now through Sunday July 22nd!