The Wrap-and-Go Skirt

by little betty on January 3, 2012 · 3 comments

in 1970s,Vintage Sewing

“One one main pattern piece. No zipper, no darts, no buttons, no snaps. Just slip it on, wrap and tie, and you’re all set to go!”

No lies here. This skirt was super quick to make and I love the style.

The pattern is Butterick 4617 from 1970. The fabric is a lovely, light denim purchased just a few days ago from Tessuti.

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I am an obsessive compulsive sewer. I don't just make one thing, I make everything!! I also crochet and knit, as well as take care of three little kiddies, a husband and a dog. I blog for many reasons, but mainly to show off some of the many things I make. You see my husband pretends he cares, but I know he really doesn't.

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Katherine January 3, 2012 at 8:13 pm

Cute! I have a soft spot for seventies wrap skirts – everyone should have at least one in their wardrobe.


Amanda January 4, 2012 at 5:42 am

So cute! Perfect for summer :D


mariebayarea January 6, 2012 at 7:05 pm

sweet! perfect little go-to skirt.


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