Choice of skirts with yoke and attached briefs.
A: A-line skirt (with optional patch pockets),
B: Fishtail flounced skirt
C: Asymmetrical flounced skirt
D: Circular skirt.
All shown with 2674 empire waist leotard (skating dress without the skirt)
SIZES IN ONE ENVELOPE 22 PDF Info Tiled PDF, A4 Paper, Letter Size Recommended Fabric Knit with 60% stretch in the length and across the width Designed for Girls, Women
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Customer Reviews 3 item(s)
- Great Pattern, Easy to Understand
It was my first time ever sewing clothes. I decided to choose a Jalie pattern because they looked beautiful and the instructions were clear. It was a success. The instructions were easy to understand, even for a beginner like me. I’m glad I chose Jalie.
The skirts look great (I made the short ones) and their fit is perfect.
I made the waist yoke longer the second time I made the pattern. I find it more comfortable that way.
Fit / Sizing Accuracy Pattern Drafting Overall Satisfaction Clear Instructions
- Skirts b and d
Made the above skirts and very pleased with the overall results. My only criticism is the sizing. My daughter and my niece are the same age and average build. I had to make two sizes bigger.
Pattern Drafting Fit / Sizing Accuracy Overall Satisfaction Clear Instructions
- view A 1 star. View D 5 stars
I didn't like how view A looks on my little figure skater. The skirt looked fine on the hanger but wrinkled across her tummy on. However, view D worked out perfectly. I have made view A once and view D 4 times.