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I started sewing skirts before i ever sewed a dress for my daughter. So never have i thought that skirts are not for kids. When i started sewing, skirts were the least difficult things to sew (conpared to blouses and pants), so i love it! The only digital pattern i used for a skirt is one from Schnabelina(.blogspot.com), a german seamstress who makes and shares loads of free patterns (only tricky bit is that you have to understand german…). Her roeckli is a nice and easy swing skirt for girls (and comes in adult sizes too…).
Other than that i use patterns in sewing magazines (dutch: Knippie, and the european magezine Ottobre).