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Enter Our Giveaway for the Angela Wolf Fringe Skirt! By DianeSev on 7/2/13 11:39 AM

Time for another giveaway!  (We know...we love them too!)

This time we're giving away a copy of Angela Wolf's Fringe Skirt to a random winner.  Do you remember...we announced it here.

Angela Wolf 3106 The Fringe Skirt

Angela Wolf

Angela Wolf 3106 The Fringe Skirt

Angela Wolf 3106 The Fringe Skirt

This fringe skirt offers a stylish look for day or evening. And it's a unique piece that your friends will admire. Can't you just hear them saying, "Where did you buy that? MADE it?"

Be the envy of everyone with the Fringe Skirt pattern!

This pattern is available as a paper pattern or as a digital download.

To enter to win this pattern, tell us this...

Do you have a go-to pencil skirt pattern? What is it? If not, what's your favorite skirt pattern? Do you remember the first skirt you ever made? What style was it? How'd it come out?  Do you have a funny story about making it?

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Post your answer before July 4th, 11:59 PM EST.  We'll announce a winner on Friday, July 5th.

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BrendaJoyce said... (7/5/13 5:10 AM) Reply
I absolutely love Vogue 8882 skirt! I made it out of a soft, drapy linen blend with an ethnic print. It is so swingy and fun. It is a total fabric hog, though. I had 6 yards of fabric and even though I didn't need quite that much, I was so glad I had it. Made it easier to cut out.
jen2sew said... (7/4/13 6:16 PM) Reply
I love this skirt and Angela Wolf. I want this pattern and to eventually learn how to make the stunning jacket she shows with it! I don't have a go-to pencil skirt and need one! I especially remember the first skirt I ever made as it was in Home Ec class circa 1975. It was a full circle skirt with a simple waist band and zipper in red/orange with big blue flowers and a dear friend helped me hand sew the blind hem stitch but incorrectly! By the end when my teacher made me re-do the entire hem on this full skirt, I learned that stitch and will never forget it. Nor will I ever forget this dear friend that I'm lucky enough to have till this day and we still sew and share our stories. Today we just reminisced about this very story! I told her I knew she was a keeper friend the moment she offered to help me sew! The skirt came out great in its day!
Sewing Nurse said... (7/4/13 1:10 PM) Reply
I have the perfect material to make this fringe skirt. I am finishing my doctorate in 3 weeks and would love to make this as my first project after 2 years of not having the time to sew!
tellme said... (7/4/13 11:29 AM) Reply
As a budding weaver, this pattern is perfect for all my up and coming textiles! I would love to give handwoven fringed skirts to my 4 sisters this coming Christmas :) Thanks for the site and the give aways!
gypsysue said... (7/4/13 0:56 AM) Reply
I also don't have a favorite skirt pattern yet, but would love to try the fringe skirt. My first skirt was in home ec many years ago. We made a box-pleated skirt that was SO out of fashion that I had no interest in the project and bought really cheap fabric. What a disaster. Managed to pass the class and then had a campfire to celebrate (it made great tinder)!
SewButterflySew said... (7/3/13 6:05 PM) Reply
I don't have a go-to pencil skirt (or any skirt) yet. That's my next project, though, and I really like the look of the Fringe Skirt. The first skirt I ever made, though, was in fifth grade when we had our American History unit and spent a week pretending we were in colonial america. I (with my non-sewing mom's help), made a cotton floral print elastic waist skirt to wear. We were given "jobs" and mine was the clothmaker - someone must have known something that I didn't at the time.
Wendy J said... (7/3/13 6:04 PM) Reply
I don't have a favorite skirt pattern, but usually make my own pencil skirts by taking my waist and hip measurements and adding darts. The fit is always right on. I first learned to sew in 7th grade Home Economics class and I made a dirndle elasticized waist skirt and loved it. I then made an A line skirt with a zipper in the same class. Then I proceeded to tell my parents I need a sewing machine as I love sewing. No one in my family sewed and they thought the passion would pass. It never did! I actually teach Home Economics which today is called Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) and is actually life skills. I do however, do a sewing club after school and am happy to say I have gotten many students interested in sewing. I love Angela Wolf's fringe skirt and am sure it would become my go to pattern!
rtrittel said... (7/3/13 3:44 PM) Reply
My go-to pencil skirt is McCalls 3830. It is just such a good little pattern. I used it so many times that I had to buy another copy recently! I do love Angela Wolf's fringe skirt - it is very cute and I'd love to add it to my pattern collection!
Danvillegirl said... (7/3/13 6:48 AM) Reply
I have two favorite pencil skirt patterns-Pamela's Patterns Magic Pencil Skirt and Vogue 8750. The first skirt I made was when I was in the 8th grade-many, many, many years ago. It was an A-line skirt and I remember it was brown cotton. We were required to make this style skirt in our home economics class. As far as I can remember it did fit and it required some fitting assistance from the teacher and then my grandmother from whom I inherited the sewing genes. Being short and very skinny at that time, the A line skirt was not all that flattering. I think that has also influenced me today as I hardly ever make an Aline type skirt.
leandam said... (7/2/13 11:37 PM) Reply
I have recently been making pencil skirts for my daughter and in despair cloned a skirt that fitted her. I didn't have the luxury of playing with the fit as she lives more than three day's full driving from here. I tried out a few patterns but none worked so well as the cloned one. Now I want to make myself a skirt and am going to have to revisit the patterns for mine. I love the shape of this skirt and would love to win it.... My first skirt was made as a project in high school. It was an a-line skirt and I didn't have enough fabric to give it much length. It really, really wasn't flattering at all. I am not tall so skirts that flow out are not the best for me. I think that I need something a little more fitted. I have lived in pants for so many years that going back to skirts is rather exciting. Got my fingers crossed for this one.
HDWen said... (7/2/13 11:33 PM) Reply
Not found a great skirt pattern yet, but this could fit the bill! Sewed a skirt in High School and what a struggle with the zipper! I got a D and almost gave up sewing forever lol Sew Glad I didn't!! Very cute
tiajah said... (7/2/13 10:27 PM) Reply
I love pencil skirts--they look great, and only take a yard of fabric, so I can splurge on an expensive wool. I need a good, well fitting pattern. This one looks perfect.
Mimi O said... (7/2/13 7:17 PM) Reply
I do have a McCall's pencil skirt pattern that I have been itching to get at but as of yet the skirt has not been made. As for the first skirt I ever made was my very first sewing project that my Mom helped me with. It was a royal blue, knit type fabric and I lined it with a pretty blue lining as well. It was a Rectangular, wrap skirt that buttoned on the side. This project taught me how to sew in a straight line, to stitch a lining and turn and whip stitch the opening closed and to make two button holes and sew on the buttons. A very fond memory and something special to remember my Mother for helping me learn a craft that I love. This skirt turned out so well that I earned a Girl Scout patch with it. ;-)
OBcean said... (7/2/13 5:42 PM) Reply
I haven't worn skirts for years, but have recently become interested in wearing them again. I'm a fan of classic styles with a twist and LOVE AW's fringed pencil skirt. Would love to stitch that up as my first return-to-skirts project!
SueT said... (7/2/13 5:41 PM) Reply
I wear lots of skirts in summer (more professional and comfortable than shorts. My go-to in the past was Butterick 5390 (OOP) and now McCalls 3830. I like the shape of this one--would be cute in denim.
CissieW said... (7/2/13 4:47 PM) Reply
I've made this skirt and the fit is perfect. Best fitting pencil skirt ever!
RachelStonebreaker said... (7/2/13 4:14 PM) Reply
Oh, I love this! You don't have to put me in the drawing, because I have a zillion pencil skirt patterns. But, this inspires me to make one that has fringe. I encourage everyone to try new things like this interesting hem.
PeliaTootsie said... (7/2/13 3:48 PM) Reply
I do not have a go to pencil skirt. I've never sewn anything but practice napkins and I had accidentally sewn my fingernail to that. I'm a literal beginner. That napkin incident was 17 years ago.
sewtime said... (7/2/13 2:29 PM) Reply
I do not have the go to pencil skirt! This is almost a sin! My first skirt I had sewn was an orange a line. The was band didn't fit on the pattern right. I was heart broken. I have not made a skirt since. It I am ready to do it now some 40 something years later.
Sue Parrott said... (7/2/13 2:28 PM) Reply
Oh, I love this simple skirt! It is classic and stylish. The first skirt I remember making was a prairie style back in the 80's. I buttoned up the front and of course had a wide ruffle around the hemline. I had to make an eyelet underskirt that peeked out the bottom. My skirt was made out of a chambray fabric and I just was so proud to wear it! I was a young mother at the time and a stay at home mom so I didn't have a lot of clothing to wear that was dressier than my usual jeans and tops. I wish I still had that skirt. It turned out really well and I received a lot of compliments wearing it. I'd really love to see how small the waistband is to my current middle-aged figure!

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