Sew Me Something Viola Skirt Pattern

£22.00
In stock
SKU
SEW-ME-SOMETHING-VIOLA-SKIRT-PATTERN
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Viola is a gently flared A-line shape with a separate curved waistband that has a contrast piping throughout the seam. The skirt lining extends below the main skirt and has a faced hem. 

Buttons on both the outer side and the lining side of the button placket make the whole skirt reversible. 

With the Viola reversible skirt you can create your own alter ego. The shorter skirt reveals the faced hem of the longer one allowing you to reverse the skirt when you choose. 


Size Ranges: UK 8-22

Suitable Fabrics: Light to medium weight fabrics such as Printed Craft Cotton, Linen, Poplin,   Denim, Lightweight Wool Suiting. 

Binding: The contrast binding can be made from ready-made bias binding. 

Level: Suitable for Intermediate Level Sewers. 

Format: Paper Pattern. 

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