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Cascade from every angle

Megan Nielsen Cascade skirt sewing pattern

It’s been really fun this year reshooting looks for my existing designs! I love being able to clearly show every variation from every angle, i think it makes it so much easier to assess which one you’d like to try and how it’s going to fit.

Megan Nielsen Cascade skirt sewing pattern

I just got finished uploading fresh images for the Cascade skirt, and really love how they turned out! The bee buttons in the V1 sample are my absolute favourite buttons of all time – they were given to me as a teenager by a dear family friend, and I literally hoarded them for years till i found the perfect project. V1 is paired with a Briar crop top above.

Megan Nielsen Cascade skirt sewing pattern
Megan Nielsen Cascade skirt sewing pattern

V3 of the skirt ties at the front and is paired with a Eucalypt tank top and V2 of the skirt ties in the back and is paired with a Reef camisole! Our model Ashleigh wears a size XS, and is 175cm tall (5’9″). For comparison I am 165cm tall (5’5″) and here is how long Cascade is on me.

Megan Nielsen Cascade skirt sewing pattern
Megan Nielsen Cascade skirt sewing pattern

These are just a few of the shots for all three variations, you can check out the rest in store here. Hope you enjoy them!

As per usual, thanks to my fab team for making this shoot awesome:

Model // Ashleigh Head
MUA // Em for Milla
Styling & shoot assist // Yvette Brownlie
Shoot assist // Sarah Mawer

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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7 years ago

These fabrics are beyond beautiful! I will definitely be adding this skirt to my list

7 years ago

I love this skirt! I can imagine how beautiful it would be in silk sewn on the bias :)