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Women's Skirt Pattern Hips 36.5" to 51"


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Frankie is a simple a line skirt with a separate waistband, center back zipper and optional inseam pockets. Depending on fabric and embellishments it can be funky and casual or dressy enough to wear to the office. I would rate this pattern as intermediate. You will need to know how to insert a centered zipper and make an optional buttonhole. The skirt is gathered to fit the waistband. Sizing is not based on ready to wear size charts. It is important to fit the skirt at the natural waist and alter the hip as necessary. Please see the body and finished measurements in the last photo for more information. This is a pattern that you download and print at home. No paper pattern will be sent through the mail. The pattern supports layers in Adobe Reader so that you can print just the size(s) you wish. This pattern is sized for woven fabrics such as cotton, wool, linen, rayon, crepe, brocade, gabardine or poplin. This is an intermediate pattern. You should be able to gather and insert a zipper with minimal instructions.

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