For this Fall, let your skirt length loose and keep it long and wild.
Make this skirt a must have for your fall wardrobe.
Wrap yourself with this warm and cozy skirt (especially if you make it in cashmere) to welcome the chilly weather coming ahead.
– 4 yard of fabric.
– 9” zipper
– ½” yard of interfacing
– Matching thread
– Hand sewing needle
– Fabric suggested: wool suiting, cashmere, plaid flannelette, or any medium weight fabric that has a nice drape.
– Since the zipper is exposed, try to pick one that has a little personality instead of a plane one.
|MEASUREMENT:||DOWNLOAD YOUR PATTERN SIZE:||– Size 8: Waist 27”
– Size 10: Waist 28”
– Size 12: Waist 29”
– Size 14: Waist 30”
– Size 16: Waist 31”
– Size 18: Waist 32”
|New Fall Skirt Size 8 pattern
New Fall Skirt Size 10 pattern
New Fall Skirt Size 12 pattern
New Fall Skirt Size 14 pattern
New Fall Skirt Size 16 pattern
New Fall Skirt Size 18 pattern
Download the pattern size based on your waist measurement. Piece the paper together, matching the dot following the column and row number. Cut out the patterns
With the right side of the fabric facing together, stitch the Center front panel to the Side Front/Side back panel.
stitch the Center back panel to the Side Front/Side back panel.
Repeat the same for the other side of the Center back panel.
Iron the interfacing to the wrong side of the waistband.
Make sure it’s the glue side to the wrong side of the fabric.
Stitch the waistband to skirt
Fold the waistband in half, with the wrong side of the fabric facing together. Press.
Just one side of the waistband, pin the waistband to the skirt waist, with the right side of the fabric facing together, matching the notches to
the side seam. Adjust the gathering as needed.
Stitch the waistband and the skirt waist together.
Trim the seam allowance to eliminate the bulk.
Press seam allowance upward and fold the waistband over.
Fold the waistband edge ½” toward inside the band and pin in place.
Hand stitch to secure the waistband.
Stitch the Center back together, from the marked dot to the bottom.
Press the zipper opening ½” toward the wrong side of the fabric.
Pin the zipper on top of the zipper opening.
Hide the zipper end by folding it underneath.
Stitch the zipper in place.
Serge or zigzag the hem.
Press up the hem 1” and hand stitch. Use a cross stitch to secure hem. If needed, make little tucks to fit the hem.