0 items in cart
This is a downloadable pattern that you can print at home, on your standard printer with Letter/A4 size paper or at a professional printer, like Kinkos.
Circular skirts were very popular in the mid 1904-1907, when very full, straight skirts were the most stylish. Known as a circular skirt in two parts, there is a seam at both center front, and center back. The back is fitted, in habit style, with a 6" sweep. The closure is in the center back. With the seams cut bias, this skirt is especially suited to stripes and plaids, which form a chevron effect at center front and center back. An optional band of fabric can be added to the skirt to simulate a pointed tunic.
This skirt requires 54" wide fabric. This skirt can also be cut cross-grain with the center front on a fold, which will require 60" wide fabric for skirt lengths over 41" long (front length.) Limit one download per purchase.
Sizing and Yardage Information:
All the sizes are included, as given below.
Notions: Skirt/pant hooks for waistband, hook and eye closures for placket, 5½ yards 2 -3" wide hem facing (can use Wrights Hem Facing or Quilt Binding, or make your own), 5½ yards 2-3" wide hem stiffener (can use horsehair braid or make bias strips of canvas, cambric or flannel.)
© 1997 - 2019 Truly Victorian. All rights reserved.
Powered by X-Cart