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This skirt is drafted based on a drafting method taken from a turn-of-the-century tailoring guide. The front panel extends the full length of the skirt, while the sides and back are cut with a fitted upper section and a tapered flare to add fullness at the hem. It has box pleats on either side of the center back closure. An optional kick pleat can be added to the front seams at the hem. This style of skirt was extremely popular from 1898-1903, and can be used for both day and evening wear.
Sizing and Yardage Information:
Yardages given are with nap.
Smaller sizes may require less fabric. This pattern is somewhat wasteful of fabric, and it may be possible to fit a bodice pattern into this yardage.
Notions: Hook and eye closures.
All the sizes are included, as given below.
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