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Wattle Sewalong Schedule

Wattle Sewalong Schedule

Hello friends! Holly here, once again. We have one more sewalong to share with you from the latest collection of patterns. This time – the Wattle skirt! This will be a quick and easy sewalong, because honestly, this is a quick and easy sew! We’ll go over the 3 different looks (bias, pleated, or gathered), as well as the 2 waistband options (and if you’ve made the Flint pants before, it’s just like that!).

Here’s the full list of Wattle posts and tutorials coming up:

If you have any ideas for posts you’d like included, please let us know in the comments!

Megan Nielsen Wattle skirt sewing pattern // modular pattern with two mix and match waistband options and four skirt options!

Don’t have the Wattle sewing pattern yet?! Order Wattle today! We absolutely love seeing what you make, so don’t forget to tag your creations with #MNwattle and @megannielsenpatterns when sharing on social media, and check out what everyone else is up to!

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Holly writes part time for the Megan Nielsen blog– sewing like crazy, creating tutorials and sewalongs. She has been sewing since she was a little girl, and has her degree in apparel design. Now she’s a stay at home mama, and spends all her free nap times at her sewing machine.

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Jeana
Jeana
3 years ago

Can you talk about lining the Wattle for lighter fabric or a light wool? Thanks

Michelle
Michelle
1 year ago

So excited to make this skirt! I am hoping to make a knee length pleated skirt with tie closure (mix between B and C). Are the B and C skirt pieces the same other than length? I’m trying to figure out which pattern pieces I need! Thanks for your help ?

Meg
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Meg
1 year ago
Reply to  Michelle

Hi Michelle! The pattern pieces for B and C are not quite the same – if you’re hoping to make a knee length pleated skirt I’d be more inclined to take the pleated view and lengthen the pattern pieces to your desired length. I hope that helps!