Nita Wrap skirt

The Nita Wrap skirt is a fun, simple pattern which is effortlessly chic.

It is designed by the lovely Beth from Sew DIY.

It’s great as it comes with lots of options!

  • Long, short, mid-length
  • Snaps or buttons for the closure
  • It’s easy to make it lined or unlined

Here are two versions that I’ve made:

The skirt on the left is made from fabric purchased during a 40% off sale at The Fabric Warehouse. My husband thought it was slightly mad when I bought the fabric home. Probably because I never wear white or gold! I lined the skirt with a black silk.

The black skirt is made from a heavy-weight cotton twill from Fabric-a-brac fabric sale. I managed to maneuver the pattern pieces around to get a short skirt out of 1 meter of fabric. The fabric has a lovely weave to it.

Have you made the Nita Wrap Skirt? I need another one in my life!

3 Comments Add yours

  1. I love this skirt pattern. I’ve been eyeing it for a while and I think your post convinced me to put it on my to do list. Both versions are great!

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    1. Thanks Jess! The wrap makes it a bit more interesting than a plain pencil skirt.I look forward to seeing your soon x

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