MISSES’ SKIRTS: Below mid-knee skirts A, B have pleats, waist facing and left side zipper closure. A: made with a border print. B: ribbon ties. C, D, E: self faced yoke, flared below mid-knee skirt and back zipper closure. C: decorative buttons on front yoke. E: contrast yoke with purchased trim inserted between yoke and skirt.
AA(6-8-10-12), EE(14-16-18-20), I sewed a 20.
Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it?
Oh, yes!! I was inspired by EveS's review
Were the instructions easy to follow?
yes, although I am soooo bad at reading them.
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern?
The timeless-ness of a pleated skirt. They have always been in fashion, maybe not the highlight of fashion but always there depending on the fabrics used.
Fabric Used:A rayon silky from jo-anns.
Pattern Alterations or any design changes you made:
none in the first skirt, but for the second skirt in denim I removed some of the pleats. denim skirt . For more on the changes see my blog
Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others?
yes!! this spring I plan on sewing one inspired by edupraz's lovely eyelet skirt you just gotta love it in an eyelet for spring!!
Lovely lady like pleated skirt.