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Introducing // The Veronika Skirt a FREE Pattern!

Megan Nielsen Veronika Skirt FREE sewing patternMegan Nielsen Veronika skirt FREE sewing pattern

[photography: Sydney Poulton // Modelling: Tania of What Would a Nerd Wear]

You guys! I am so excited to finally release the Veronika skirt sewing pattern to you! for FREE! yayyyyy!

We’ve been working on this free pattern for quite some time, but unfortunately had to push it to the side for a bit as we finished with the rebranding/release of the paper patterns. I’m thrilled to announce that it is finished and ready for you to enjoy!

Megan Nielsen Veronika skirt FREE sewing pattern

In case you don’t remember – the Veronika skirt is a design that originally featured in one of my ready to wear collections. It’s the perfect full circle skirt pattern – a great starter pattern for beginners, or a great base for experienced sewers to use as a jumping off point to add their own details.

It’s one i’ve come back to over and over again – and i think you’re going to love it! I decided to name this pattern after my lovely friend Veronika, whose blog was one of my greatest inspirations during the time i first designed this skirt (though she closed her blog Tick Tock Vintage quite some time ago, all her gorgeous outfits are still available on Flickr and she is on Instagram).

Megan Nielsen Veronika skirt FREE sewing pattern

The pattern includes three variations – Version 1 is for woven fabrics, and features my signature scallop pockets and wide waistband. Version 2 is for woven fabrics and includes a narrow waistband, Version 3 is for stretch fabrics and includes an elastic waistband.

Megan Nielsen Veronika skirt FREE sewing pattern

I really hope you enjoy this new pattern! Head on over to my store and download it for FREE and don’t forget to try out our app when you’re sewing, we’ve included links to lots of tutorials to help you sew this pattern!

About Author

Meg is the Founder and Creative Director of Megan Nielsen Patterns, and is constantly dreaming up ideas for new sewing patterns and ways to make your sewing journey more enjoyable! She gets really excited about design details and is always trying to add way too many variations to our patterns.

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ooobop!
6 years ago

Love a circle skirt! Love the fabric you chose too. :-)

Hélène
Hélène
6 years ago

Thanks for this free pattern. That’s very generous of you!

Lauren
6 years ago

This is so beautiful! Thank you so much for the free pattern!!! :)

poppy
6 years ago

thank you for the free pattern, can’t wait to sew it!

Allison
6 years ago

This is a beautiful skirt, thank you for the free pattern. I can’t wait to make one!!

Allison @ http://www.thetallmamastyle.blogspot.com.au

Heather
6 years ago

Awesome!! Thanks Megan!

Francesca
Francesca
6 years ago

So kind! Thank you very much:)

beckyjopdx
6 years ago

NO WAY! This is fantastic! thank you! a free pattern is always the gateway drug…I’ve been ogling your patterns for quite some time, but to jump off into another pattern maker’s wares is such an investment of time and money, that I haven’t yet. It’s always the freebie that hooks us tho, amirite? Seriously, thank you. this is fantastic. that and I can justify buying more patterns in my head by dividing the cost with one more – it’s really a 2 for 1…LOLZ! Thank you again!

Samina
Samina
6 years ago

I can’t wait to sew this up. I expect to make more than one version of this skirt up. It’ll be a great wardrobe staple. Thank you so much for this pattern!

Brigid
6 years ago

Yay! Thank you so much Megan for sharing this lovely pattern with all of us! I am definitely going to have to try out those scalloped pockets at some point.

Joe
Joe
11 months ago

This is a perfect starting point for my planned idea to add pockets to a skirt that is not form fitting. The side seams would hide a pocket opening instead of having them on the outside.