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  • When the seasons start to turn warm in the Tasmanian bush, a beautiful herbaceous scent wafts about carrying with it the buzzing of bees. Ah, the kunzea is in flower! Summer really is coming. And so is skirt weather. Our elastic waistband skirt, complete with pockets, can be cut and sewed super-fast. There is no separate waistband piece to sew to reduce bulk at the waist: just roll down and stitch. It’s a perfect project for beginners to build their skills. Flattering, comfortable, easy and quick. Suited to a wide range of fabrics, you’ll be coming back to this sewing pattern time and again.
  • When the seasons start to turn warm in the Tasmanian bush, a beautiful herbaceous scent wafts about carrying with it the buzzing of bees. Ah, the kunzea is in flower! Summer really is coming. And so is skirt weather. Our elastic waistband skirt, complete with pockets, can be cut and sewed super-fast. There is no separate waistband piece to sew to reduce bulk at the waist: just roll down and stitch. It’s a perfect project for beginners to build their skills. Flattering, comfortable, easy and quick. Suited to a wide range of fabrics, you’ll be coming back to this sewing pattern time and again.
  • When the seasons start to turn warm in the Tasmanian bush, a beautiful herbaceous scent wafts about carrying with it the buzzing of bees. Ah, the kunzea is in flower! Summer really is coming. And so is skirt weather. Our elastic waistband skirt, complete with pockets, can be cut and sewed super-fast. There is no separate waistband piece to sew to reduce bulk at the waist: just roll down and stitch. It’s a perfect project for beginners to build their skills. Flattering, comfortable, easy and quick. Suited to a wide range of fabrics, you’ll be coming back to this sewing pattern time and again.

Kunzea Skirt

$10.00

skirt sewing pattern

When the seasons start to turn warm in the Tasmanian bush, a beautiful herbaceous scent wafts about carrying with it the buzzing of bees. Ah, the kunzea is in flower! Summer really is coming. And so is skirt weather.

Our elastic waistband skirt, complete with pockets, can be cut and sewed super-fast. There is no separate waistband piece to sew to reduce bulk at the waist: just roll down and stitch. It’s a perfect project for beginners to build their skills.

Flattering, comfortable, easy and quick. Suited to a wide range of fabrics, you’ll be coming back to this sewing pattern time and again.

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Description

Size A B C D E F G H I J
To fit chest 80 83 86 88 91.5 95 99 103 106 110.5
To fit hips 87 92 94 97 100 103 107 111 115 118.5
Finished hip circ. stretched 106 110 113 118 119 124 128 132 139 145
Finished length 66 66.25 66.5 66.75 67 67.25 67.5 68 68.25 68.6
Fabric req 110cm wide 1.75m 1.75m 1.75m 1.75m 1.75m 1.75m 1.75m 1.75m 1.75m 1.75m
Fabric req 150cm wide 1m 1m 1m 1m 1.75m 1.75m 1.75m 1.75m 1.75m 1.75m

 

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  • hemming fabrics

  • gathering/making ruffles with an overlocker or sewing machine

  • curved seams (pocket versions)

  • inserting then sewing elastic into a circle

    All of skills listed here have a tutorial on our page, www.sewknitlove.co/tutorials

  • overlocker and/or sewing machine for seams, gathering/ruffles

  • sewing machine for attaching binding (optional)

  • ballpoint needle

  • twin needle for hem (if desired)

  • fabric as described for your chosen size (above)

  • co-ordinating thread

  • scissors

  • rolled hem foot

  • 3.5cm non roll elastic in the length for your size

 

  • illustrated instruction booklet
  • large format, single page pattern to take to your local copy shop on A0

  • multi-page pattern set on A4 pages for printing at home

  • multi-page pattern set on US letter pages for printing at home

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