Our gored Edwardian-era Walking Skirt sewing pattern is smoothly fitted in front and flares from a narrow waistband to street or full length. Tiny gathers below the back waist provided the fullness that gives this characteristic shape of the S-silhouette. The skirt is finished with a button placket at center back. The pattern also includes a typical design motif of the time, along with instructions for optional cutwork embroidery.
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Folkwear patterns help you to create clothing from around the world and across the decades. Beautiful designs, clear sewing instructions, and options for paper or PDF patterns - our sewing patterns will help you create amazing garments. Since the 1970s, Folkwear patterns have been used by individuals who want to connect with their culture, as well as film, theatre and dance costumers, historic reenactors, art-to-wear aficionados, and anyone who enjoys sewing and dressing in classic clothes. Our detailed patterns help you to create clothing that is timeless, unique and useful. Whether you are an enthusiastic beginner or an experienced sewist, you'll find something to love in Folkwear sewing patterns.
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