Victorian Skirt Drafting Tutorial

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Two layers of satin, hitched hem, flattering shape. Perfectly decadent for parties and balls. This drafting tutorial will help You create a Victorian-inspired skirt.

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Description

The Victorian era is precious to all Gothic girls. This two-layer Victorian skirt with sewn-in channels for draping has escaped that time of escapistic beauty. But not only Goths wear such skirts: this style is suitable for proms and fancy parties, and can even be styled for masquerade wear.
The tutorial is written in Finnish and English, and comes in .pdf-format. With its help, You’ll be able to pattern and sew Your very own Victorianesque skirt.

Note: this tutorial does not include a pattern, but will help You draft Your own.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • free size

Materials:

  • at least 4 yards of 60″ wide fabric in size S
  • at least 10 yards of ribbon in size S
  • zipper and button

You Will Also Need:

  • sewing machine
  • serger (optional)
  • notions You like to use when sewing