Last Shweshwe Wrap Skirts you should wear
Last Shweshwe Wrap Skirts you should wear. I swore I could never make coordinating apparel for our family, however then I had a chance to do it – and the thought was too great to even consider passing up. Along these lines, my most established and I would now be able to be twinsies with coordinating wrap skirts. What’s more, I adore them! (Thus does she.) obviously, you can make it as a more extended skirt for yourself also. The board decisions are stunning!
Plus, I know the South African shweshwe fabric will hold up to any wear and tear she gives it. My youngest’s reversible pinafore (free tutorial) gets lots of wear. It’s been washed countless times and still looks like it’s brand new. Plus, this fabric is so soft that she loves wearing it! I wish you could touch it – the weave looks a bit like linen – but tighter – with the thickness of quilting cotton and beautiful drape! (Apparently my cat really likes it too!)
Anyhow – back to the Makoti Skirt Kit. Makoti means “New Bride” and a traditional custom in South Africa is that new brides wear specific clothing, including a makoti skirt, to show that they are married. The skirt kits are easy to make – honestly, I thought it would be harder to match the border print and it’s not at all. Plus it’s comfortable, drapes well and is easy to fit to any body type. Side note – you should totally snag this red one for Christmas.
Last Shweshwe Wrap Skirts you should wear.