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This flower petal inspired hi-low skirt is a great summer staple! Made with flowy knits it drapes and flows nicely. The faux wrap front with the hi-low hem is inspired by my favorite flower, the calla lilly. You will get a ton of use out of it because of the 3 waist options, 2 skirt lengths, and multiple hemming options. Want to wear it through winter? Not a problem! Pair it with a simple pair of leggings like the EYMM ‘Get Moving Bottoms’. This pattern includes 10 womens sizes misses XS through plus size 5X.
Have an active family & looking for a bit more modesty? The ‘Get Moving’ Leggings, Capris and shorts for EYMM fit GREAT sewn right into the waistband seem making it into a worry free skort.
This pattern is includes an ebook .pdf file with 13 pages of directions and 57 professional digitized pages that you assemble to make the full sizes pieces. (25-33 pages per view and includes a print chart so you only print what you need).
SIZES: XS, S, M, L, XL, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X
SKILL LEVEL: Confident Beginner
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~60″+ wide PREWASHED knit fabric with GOOD DRAPE, Rayon Lycra is a favorite.
~ 1/3- 2/3 yard cotton Lycra knit fabric with at least 60% stretch for waistband OR 1-2 yards of 2″ wide black elastic for an exposed elastic waist.
~Washable Marker (or other tracing tool)
~Scissors, Thread (regular for the top & optional Maxi Lock Stretch in the bottom), Pins
~Sewing machine, Ball point machine needle OPTIONAL: Twin Needle for hem
~Iron , Hem Gauge or ruler to measure hems
~Printer, Paper & Tape (for pattern pieces)
~Roll of tracing paper, freezer paper, parchment paper or cheap interfacing & pen