Skirt composed of eight pieces (gores), adjusted to the hip and flaring at the botton, with waistband and zipper closure on one of the seams. Lined. Mode "A" = 8 pieces, knee length. Model "B" = 8 pieces + 8 godets, below knee length.
The pattern includes four alternating sizes, which allow the possibility of obtaining intermediate sizes, larger or smaller. The pattern includes seam allowances of 1,5 cm. (5/8 inch.) in al seams.
SMALL.- Waist 62 cm. Hip 86 cm.
MEDIUM.- Waist 70 cm. Hip 94 cm.
LARGE.- Waist 78 cm. Hip 102 cm.
X-LARGE.- Waist 86 cm. Hip 110 cm.
Model "A": Wool crepe, satin crepe, linen and in general light to medium weight fabrics.
Mode "B": Gauze, mousseline, crepe de chine, polyester crepe and even novelty fabrics like lace, silk velvet, devoré, etc.
SEWING TUTORIAL.- http://uniquedesignerpatterns.blogspot.com.es/ Label: 8-Gore Skirt.
NOTE: These patterns were drafted using traditional Haute Couture methods: Model sketch, first pattern, muslin test garment, fitting on a dressform, fitting on a living model, final adjustments and final test garment made from fashion fabric. The pattern is hand-copied from the original, and by sewing this garment you are guaranteed to obtain a handcrafted exclusive model. Copies made in high quality paper (*)
This pattern is for the exclusive use of private customers. Any copyng of this design for resale of the garment in any form, vith o without the name of the designer is strictly forbidden.
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