One skirt, two ways: Cerulean blue wool knitted tricot gives structure to this perfect winter workweek skirt, but if you want to create a look that’s more luxe, make it in shiny fabric such as brocade, duchesse satin, or gold Lurex™.
This pattern is following the size chart of Twinkle by Wenlan, which you can find here on step 5 of the instructions..
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If using lighter-weight fabric, revise the pleats by adding more folds, but ensure that each fold is shallower.
1 3/4 yd (1.6m) wool tricot
1 3/4 yd (1.6m) lightweight lining fabric
3 /8 yd (34cm) fusible interfacing
7"–9" (18cm–23cm) invisible zipper
1 hook and eye
This pattern includes seam allowance
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