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201 - Yasmin Yoke Skirt


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Cute A-line shaped yoke skirt in two lengths, with curved front pockets. This skirt is perfect for everyday wear. The skirt is designed to sit at the belly button and the yoke keeps any tummy fluff in. The shorter length, which ends just above the knees (47 cm in size 38), is designed to look great to wear with flat shoes, such as ballet flats or boots " great for a day at the market, for shopping or for chasing the kids around. The longer length that ends just below the knees (54 cm in size 38) looks great with heels. It's a true staple for a day at the office or for going out for lunch. The skirt closes at centre back with an invisible zipper. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sewing basic seams. Everything else is explained in the pattern. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS This pattern includes all sizes from 34 (hip = 90 cm/351/2") to 44 (hip=108 cm/411/2")

Supplies Needed

  • This pattern is designed for woven fabric with or without stretch. You will need about 110 cm fabric that is 140 cm (55) wide. If you choose to cut the facing from a different fabric, you(tm)ll only need 90 cm of garment fabric (1 yard).
  • Fabric for the pocket lining " a soft lining or a remnant of poplin or soft cotton will be perfect. You need a piece that is about 25 cm x 50 cm.
  • Thread to match your fabric.

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MariaDenmark Patterns e-book patterns for clothes you wear every day! Looking for the FREE Kirsten Kimono Tee pattern? Get it when you subscribe to my newsletter - you'll find the sign up box at Sewing pattern designer, translater and seller. I design the Mariadenmark patterns, which is a line of downloadable print-at-home pattterns. I've always wanted to create with textiles and started knitting, crocheting and sewing as a young child. I started garment sewing in my early twenties, and have gathered experience and lots of friends through the online sewing community. The idea behind the MariaDenmark pattern line is to create simple patterns for everyday wear, with detailed illustrated instructions, making them easy to sew, fit and wear for everybody - even complete beginners.