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Straight Skirt 11/2013 #105

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Description

Women’s skirt sewing pattern available for download. Available in various sizes and is produced by burda style magazine.

This high waisted skirt gives you a clean, long silhouette. The unique construction is figure flattering, and is fitted with a little flutter at the back for a modern take on the kick pleat.

This pattern is from the Ivy League collection.

Recommended Materials

Skirt fabrics of wool or blends.

Amount of Fabrics

Wool flannel,
width: 150 cm (59 ins)
length: 1.30 m (1 1/2 yds) for all sizes. \

Stretch lining,
width: 135 cm (53 ins)
length: 1.30 m (1 1/2 yds).

Interfacing.

1 invisible zip, 22 cm (9 ins) long, and a special presser foot.

Seam Allowance

This pattern doesn't include seam allowance

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  • Dewey1_large

    Jan 24, 2016, 12.37 AMby Danielle MacIndoe

    I need to say this. I have been eyeing this pattern for quite some time and click on it from time to time. However, I am continually dissuaded from buying it because I cannot get a good idea of what the back looks like. I do not understand why Burda would not take the extra 30 seconds to take a back and perhaps side view of their items. I understand that most of these patterns are coming from Burda magazine, so perhaps initially space is limited and then Burda style gets what it gets from the original spreads. Yet for this pattern, I was excited to see it made by one of your own, only to again be denied a good back view. Twice. I don’t need 6 front views of cute, slightly different poses. This is a business, and ultimately, your goal is to sell patterns, right? So this is giving me the impression, be it true or not, that the back view is unattractive and not a selling point. In this particular design, the back is where pretty much all the style is. As a consumer, it would make me more confident in the product and willing to make a purchase if I had a very clear picture of what I am getting. For hardly any additional time and effort I bet you would sell many more patterns and I can guarantee one more.

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    Oct 23, 2013, 05.20 PMby SandyDK

    I am so making this ensemble!

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