Pattern Release | The Harmony Pieced Skirt

Have you even been holding a quilt or have it draped across your lap and think hmmm…this would be a pretty dress!

I certainly have. So, today I’m going to do act on that thought…

quilted skirt with pockets sewing pattern

Let me introduce you to Harmony; She’s your new best friend.


Best friends come in all shapes and sizes, and Harmony is no different! With a wide array of sizes for all body types, this skirt is sure to show off your new favorite jelly roll in whatever style you love.

pieced skirt pattern with pockets


I created this pattern with the intention of using it with gradients, but it looks great in all sorts of unexpected combinations! Make sure you check out the pattern tester versions at the bottom of this post to see what I’m talking about!

I also want to note that many of these pictures were taken before the pattern was finalized, so while the design is essentially the same, I’ve revised the waistband so that it isn’t so bunchy and lays nice and flat against your tummy!


If you’re the kind of girl that likes to shove her hands in her pockets no matter what you’re wearing, then you’ll want to stay tuned! Timeless Treasures will have a special feature on this pattern in a few weeks and will show you how to hack the Harmony Skirt! Adding pockets is a quick and easy hack that is oh-so-worth-it…because really, who doesn’t get excited when they realize their skirt has pockets!?

That Fabric!

Now, I know you’re wondering where this delicious fabric came from…

quilt block skirt


I saw this collection by Briar Hill Designs (for RJR Fabrics) called Bequest and knew it would be perfect for my skirt! I’m always inspired by their Instagram feed, but this collection got me! My absolute favorite print is at the top right of the picture above, it’s white with blue flowers…so dreamy!

Pieced Skirt sewing pattern


I love a big bow on my skirts, but I know they aren’t for everyone! The pattern is designed so that you can easily add or remove it at any time.

I originally designed this as a maxi length skirt, but I got some requests for a knee length skirt- I love it both ways, but am proud to have both maxi and knee length as a part of my pattern!

This is Diane, she’s one of my pattern testers and she’s workin it!

Start Harmonizing!

So, the only question remains…what fabric collection came to mind when you saw this pattern!?

Harmony is perfect for 2.5″ strip packs (there’s so many names, but they are most popularly known as Jelly Rolls). The number of strips needed varies based on your size and the length you choose, and the number needed may surprise you! Make sure you check out the pattern before you order your fabric or head out to your favorite quilt shop!

Harmony is Now Available in the Shop!

Get your copy today


Lastly, since you sat and read through this whole post, here’s a special discount just for you! Take 20% off this pattern with your secret code: HarmonyBFF. This offer expires in just one week (November 7, 2018), so get your copy today!

Check Out These Awesome Makes

My designs would not be possible without the incredible hard work by my pattern testers! Here’s the ladies and their incredible work:

Check out Beth and these two little cuties! (The pattern includes instruction for Women sizes S-L, but Beth got the gist and figured out how to do a children’s size for her little girls!)

Cynthia used bright colors to really show off the design of the piecing!

Diane made a showstopper with her selection of Batiks

Cara’s neutral version has me hunting for the perfect jelly roll of neutrals!

Lieve surprised me with her color selections and I absolutely love it!

We had the privilege of working with some junior pattern testers this time! Jeanne (bottom right) has taken these girls under her quilty wing and shown them how to sew! Look at their marvelous work:

Harmony is Now Available in the Shop!

Get your copy today

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