Added Nov 17, 2009
‘Chita’ is a simple circle skirt pattern for thin fabrics. It is my first pattern that I want to share because I like that people share patterns. This way we have more sewing fun for free!
It is not perfect, but easy to handle and it’s a “one size fits all” :-) OK, it will work for people with size EU 38, 40 and 42. If you have a smaller size make the waistband and the “back” skirt smaller: 7 instead of 8. If you want it bigger add two pieces more, 9 instead of 8.
- At least 4 meters of (thin) fabric depending on the print on the fabric. If you have a print like the pictures below, you need more!
- Elastic yarn
- Ribbon (but you can make it from the fabric)
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