Textile Studio 1107 Manhattan Skirt Indie Sewing Pattern Designed By Loes Hinse Multisized Fits Hip 34 Inches - 50 Inches Includes Plus Size

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This hard to find Textile Studio sewing pattern was designed in 2001. It is the Manhattan Skirt, pattern #1107.

It makes a straight skirt with back invisible zipper in 2 lengths. It features a sleek fit with a shaped hip area, front and back darts, faced waistband and deep slit at center back. View B is a short version of View A featuring a below knee-length skirt with horizontal panel detail with side slit.

This is a multi-sized pattern in sizes XXS to XXL and fits hips from 34" to 50".

It is unused and still in factory folds. The instructions are included. The envelope is in very good condition.

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