Estuary Skirt by Sew Liberated


Estuary Skirt by Sew Liberated

Ability: Beginner

Suitable for Woven Fabrics

1 in stock

Sister Mintaka presents the Estuary Skirt sewing pattern by Sew Liberated.

The Estuary is an easy-to-sew, elastic-backed wasit, a-line skirt with patch pockets (View A) or in-seam pockets (View B). It can be sewn with a fill button placket or a faux-front placket, simply sewing the buttons through all layers, omitting the button holes.

If your chosen fabric is directional, has a nap or a design for matching, extra fabric may be required.

Materials and Supplies

The Estuary Skirt is designed for woven fabrics. Look for mid-weight linens and linen blends, soft cottons, silk noil, rayon challis, cotton ikat, and light to mid-weight chambray or denim. Note that if you want to extend the skirt length beyond the provided midi length (25.25″ / 64cm), you will need to purchase extra fabric. When adding length to the skirt, for each inch of added length, add 5 inches (13 cm) of length to your fabric usage requirement.


Sizing Waist (inches) Hip (inches)
Size 0-8 25 – 29 33.5 – 37.5
Size 10-30 30 – 48.5 38.5 – 57


Fabric requirements 45” wide (114 cm) 54” wide (137 cm)
Size 0-8 2.25 m 2 m
Size 10-30 3 m 2.25 m



  • 5/8″ (16mm) buttons or 3/4″ (19mm) buttons
  • Optional 3.7 meters of Wonder Tape, 1/4″ (6mm) wide
  • 1.5″ (3.8 cm) wide soft elastic for back waistband

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