All the Cute Skirts PDF

All the Cute Skirts PDF

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Imagine waking up and choosing a unique garment from a wardrobe full of your own creations. With My Handmade Wardrobe Patterns, you can create comfortable and stylish everyday essentials to get you excited about getting dressed every single day! 

4 super cute essential skirts with a choice of lengths to suit your personality and mood every day!


This pattern pack includes patterns for a pencil skirt with a back vent, an a-line skirt in two lengths, and a gathered or pleated skirt. You can make them short and flirty, or in a demure knee length.

The instructions include a "could not be clearer" zip insertion tutorial for a classic centred zip wich is used on all four patterns. The tutorial has clear photo instructions, so even the most novice sewer will be able to successfully sew up ‘all the cute skirts’.

This pattern is perfect for beginners.

When you purchase a PDF download from us you will receive a zipped file containing:
- A tiled PDF pattern which can be printed at home on A4 paper
- A0 copy shop version.
- Printable instructions with super-simple instructions and step by step photo guides
- PDF printing and sticking guide
- Style card - showing all variations which can be made using the pattern
- Pattern info card - detailing the measurements and fabric requirements for the pattern.

All the Cute Skirts is also avalible as a printed pattern.

Check out the My Handmade Wardrobe Patterns Blog for lots of advice and ideas for how to get the most out of our patterns!

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Recommended Fabrics:

Beginners- denim, corduroy, quilting weight cotton, Linen.

Improvers- velvet, brocade, lame, wool, Geometric prints or horizontal stripes. Pleated and A-line suit crisp, heavier weight fabrics which hold creases well.

Notions:

9”/23cm regular zip, button or skirt hook for pleated/gathered, 30cm light to medium weight fusible interfacing.

Equipment:

Sharp fabric scissors, sewing machine with regular needle, sharp pins, basic sewing tools.

Sizing

It is vitally important, when sewing your own clothes, to take accurate measurements of your body, and not rely on the sizing you expect to buy on the high street. This is why we’ve switch out the usual sizes (eg, 8-22) for our own system of numbers 1-8. You have to measure yourself to pick your size!

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