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A Line Skirt

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Patternmaking Basics: The Skirt Sloper taught by Suzy Furrer

Make a personalized skirt sloper, and use it to draft custom skirt patterns with an inspiring array of silhouettes and design details.

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Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? Woven pattern fabric with embroidered design detailing as the feature pattern, 100% cotton. Knit lining material synthetic.

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I'm off to London for a few weeks, and when I come back with some lovely new fabric, I'm sure I will have lots to show you with some new designs from the class.

01/24/2014 Flag

This is adorable! I can't wait to get started!

01/25/2014 Flag

Oh do, Cindy, it is easier than you think.

02/01/2014 Flag

How wonderful this turned out! Looks like the skirt you would wear all summer. Have fun in London, new fabric is what makes the world go round ;-)

02/01/2014 Flag

Thank you for the complement Ann, And I agree, I have found a shop quite close to me and have bought some Owl fabric and for Valentines day some heart fabric. I'm sure I will be going back again. I brought my mini portable sewing machine with me so if I make up the two skirts, I'll be able to justify going back for more fabric! Tee, Hee.

02/01/2014 Flag

super cute and great fit!

05/01/2014 Flag

Thank you so much pcampbell for the encouragement. I now have three different lovely skirts from the same pattern that fit me well. Now I am reaching for skirts to put on for casual wear not just Jeans or Jogging trousers. I have doubled my wardrobe just because I can sew a skirt. Who knew?

05/02/2014 Flag

really cute!

07/16/2014 Flag

Thank you so much http://www.craftsy.com/user/2091923 Silvanknits. This pattern took some thinking through, but well worth the effort. It is my go-to pattern for a quick skirt to run up for a week-end sewing fix. I have a number of them now in different fabrics and all look fantastic! Also, I take the paper pattern with me on holiday so I can make up a skirt while visiting Mum. That way I keep my luggage to hand luggage only. ;-)

07/18/2014 Flag