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Monday, 9 July 2018

Sewing Pattern Review: Rebecca Page's Peggy Pencil Skirt

The Peggy Pencil Skirt is a SUPER quick and easy ladies knit pencil skirt pattern that is both elegant and sleek. 

It's now part of the Rebecca Page Office Collection - a 5 Pattern Bundle for 40% off!

It honestly takes less time to cut and sew up this skirt than it does for the wash cycle to complete in your laundry room. 


Mini Length with the Chloe Cami
Midi Length with the Monte Carlo


I made my two skirts while watching one episode of "The 100." 

That was a good episode!

The skirt comes with 3 different length options: Mini, Knee, and Midi - and a walking vent or straight seam. 

This is a great introduction to sewing with knits (and Rebecca Page!), and can be sewn with fun or serious fabric for both play and the office. 

The mini is the perfect length on it's own for a fun night on the town or over leggings to cover your caboose!
Paired with my Paris Party Dress Top!








The Midi length is a nice summer length for those cool nights where you want some leg coverage, or the office where it's always too cold. 





It ranges from sizes XXS to 5XL and is flattering for the behind in a good way!

I used my trusty sewing machine (no serger here), as the instructions are for both serger and "plain jane" machines.  And as usual, the instructions are detailed both in verbiage AND photographs. 

I didn't even have to use my seam ripper (always calls for a round of applause)!

So try out the cute simple Peggy Pencil Skirt today - you won't be disappointed! 

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