Bubble skirts are a simple way to make some handmade baby clothes for your daughter’s wardrobe. They make a lovely addition. Now don’t confuse a bubble skirt with a baby bubble. While I love baby bubbles (because they are so practical!), today we’re looking for a skirt with a puffy hem (hence the name “bubble”). I’ve seen a few different versions floating around on the internet, and I’ve been storming up a bubble skirt of my own. Seeing this tutorial (picture below) by Lindsay of The Cottage Home really spurned me to finally make it.
Lindsay’s bubble skirt is made of knit fabric, which is good and flowy and comfortable. She also gives the measurements to make sizes from 6m to a size 14! Wow!!
Another bubble skirt that I’ve been coveting is from Heidi & Finn.
As you can see, it’s actually a dress. I’ve admired the dress when they just sold the dress, but shortly afterward, they started selling the pattern! Brilliant! The smallest pattern size is 12m. The pattern is also very affordable at $5.95.
Heidi & Finn has another bubble skirt pattern — yes, this time it is actually a skirt — it looks so sweet with the embellished flowers! (They tell you how to make those too!)
And finally, here’s my version: First something bold:
And now something a little more soft and subtle:
Stayed tuned for tomorrow’s post with the tutorial!
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