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Phi-Hong #6050



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Start your day with some swing, make your walk look lighter, your mood brighter by creating yourself the Phi-Hong skirt. BUT! Make sure to wear an underskirt! This skirt is so light and swingy because all panels start right at the waist and hence your underwear may peak through!
You will achieve best swinging results by using a light fabric, maybe even two layers for additional effect. We doubled the panels by making each in a charmeuse and a chiffon and placing them on top of each other.

Recommended Materials

Light flowing fabrics, such as chiffon, charmeuse, light cottons

Amount of Fabrics

Size 60: 3 1/8 yds, 2.75m

Seam Allowance

This pattern includes seam allowance

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  • Elena-smile_1705822c_large

    Nov 3, 2015, 07.56 AMby Diane Casto

    very nice.

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    Jun 9, 2014, 07.45 AMby Aidd1959

    Just love it

  • Me-without-chin-trick-1-of-1-1024x682_large

    Mar 21, 2014, 02.13 PMby markharris2013

    very nice dress. I love it.

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    May 31, 2013, 06.55 AMby slitherydee

    I need over 6 yards of fabric for the pictured skirt? Not to mention the underskirt, not included… This makes my wallet sad. And I’m not a size 0 like the model so I have no idea if this would look good on me, asymmetrical hems and all. Anyone braver than me out there who’s made this?

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