Trend Patterns Drape Hem Skirt PDF (Beginner)

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** THIS IS A PDF PATTERN. YOU WILL RECEIVE A LINK TO DOWNLOAD THE DIGITAL FILES IN YOUR CONFIRMATION EMAIL AFTER PURCHASE**

Did you know we can print out this pattern on A0 paper and post it to you?

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  • It will then ask you how many pages your pattern has. This pattern has 2 PAGES.
  • You do not need to upload the pattern file.

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The Drape Hem Skirt has been designed by taking inspiration from the catwalks trends seen in New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion weeks. The ongoing asymmetric hem trend has evolved into handkerchief style skirts, attached to straight or pencil shapes. Our first skirt pattern is a perfect example of this trend.

This pattern is best made with a lightweight fabrics to allow the hem to drape and swish when you walk. We have made our sample in a red crepe, the colour of the season, as seen in the images below. Alternatively an abstract print or check would create an interesting on trend look.

You will also need:

    •    180cm of fabric - based on a width of 120cm 

    •    Concealed zip 25cm

    •    25cm fusible

Difficulty - Easy.

Its really quick and easy to make also so you'll want one in every colour. Wear with a t-shirt for a smart casual look, or dress it up for the evening.

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File Info

This PDF is made up of both A4 and A0 files, and instruction booklet.

The A4 file is made up of 35 pages. When printing select "Actual Size" in Print setup. A 10cm x 10cm square is included within the file (page5). Measure this to check the file is printing to accurate measurements

All pages are numbered and have a "map" to show the full plan of the file to help put the pages together, located on page 19.

All pages have an overlap of approximately 2cm, approximately  1/2", and a dashed line boarder. This will enable you to accurately match each page.

THE A4 VERSION CAN BE PRINTED ON US LETTER. Do not change the scale, and where possible print centrally on the paper selecting boarder less printing. The overlap will be smaller but the overlap lines will appear in the page.

The A0 file is made up of 2 pages