Free Sewing Pattern: Quilted Circle Skirt by Sara Lawson


Quilted clothing is the perfect way to combine a love of fabric with some eye-catching clothing. A skirt this unique is always a conversation-starter. Try putting a crinoline under it for added flair!

Fabric Requirements

2 1/2 yards of exterior fabric, 45″ (or enough to create a quilt top to cover the pieces in the cutting instructions)

2 1/2 yards of lining fabric, 45″ (shown: quilting-weight cotton)


Based on body waist measurement

  • XS – 24″ – 25″
  • S  – 26″ – 27″
  • M  – 28″ – 29 1/2″
  • L  – 31″ – 32 1/2″
  • XL – 34 1/2″ – 36 1/2″

Designed by Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness. All the how-tos will be in the Winter 2015 issue of Stitch Magazine.

Circle Skirt - Stitch 2015


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8 thoughts on “Free Sewing Pattern: Quilted Circle Skirt by Sara Lawson

  1. Hello KR,
    I’ve uploaded a new pattern. Please try it out, I’ve printed it out here and everything looks in order. Please let me know if any issues and sorry, for the delay. – Jill

  2. What is the size guide? I see that the pattern goes up to XL, but it gives no indication of what size each represents. Some patterns XL is a 10-12, some XL is 18-20.

  3. Jill, is there any way to see more than the initial image & five word description of the project? I was raised & trained by a home sewist who took the pattern envelope out of the drawer & then took the direction sheet(s) out of the envelope while considering a pattern.

    (5 words + 1 image) = (waste of time registering + browsing here)

  4. As I’m sure you’re aware from the above comments, the download represents the pattern only, without any directions or instructions. I suspect that a companion document is missing–the one which talks about fabric choice, sizing and construction directions. Could that be added? Thanks!

    1. Yes, this is the pattern only. The patterns are available for download and the how-tos can be found in the issue. I have put in the fabric requirements in the post for reference.

  5. Instructions can be found in the Winter 2015 issue of Stitch Magazine. There’s a link above to purchase that issue if you don’t already own it.