Asymmetric hem A line skirt PDF sewing pattern - Suri Skirt
Suri Skirt digital PDF sewing patterns. Two Variations. Sewalong video tutorial.
✂ SEWING PATTERN ✂
UK 6-18 / AU 6-18 / US 2-14
Because our wardrobes need both statement and simple skirts, I made both options in this pattern. Variation A is a statement skirt with a diagonal split that opens and cascades to the left, creating an asymmetric hem and moving beautifully when you walk. Variation B is a simple A-line skirt that can be shortened or lengthened easily and serve as a starting point to many creative ideas. You can also use Variation B to cut a lining for both skirts.
Medium drapey woven fabrics such as satin, crepe and suiting work best for this pattern. Heavier weight fabrics can be used for the Variation B. Fabric composition can be viscose, cotton, linen, polyester or wool. You may choose lighter interfacing for the hem and heavier for the waistband.
Confident Beginner. General knowledge of cutting and sewing as well as inserting a zip is needed for this pattern. The instructions show step by step operations with clear diagrams.
Also, you can watch all video tutorials related to this pattern in this playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLz3G60-opcIi6KQU3SX12wGs5-ZMldpc1
Measurements and Seam allowances:
This pattern includes measurements in Metric and Imperial systems in all files. Seam allowances are 1cm (3/8") for all seams unless marked otherwise on the pattern for the particular seam or hem.
*This is a digital product, and you will download 4 files after purchasing: - Instruction file (Fabric recommendation, size and garment measurements chart, pattern and cutting layout, step-by-step sewing instructions) (10 pages) - Patterns for A0 and copy shop printing (3 pages) - Assembling map for A4-US letter files. This file helps you to put together home printed pages quickly and efficiently. (1 page) - Patterns for home A4 and US Letter printing. Pages are numbered and letter coded across rows and columns, making it very easy to tape them together. (62 pages)
- Both pattern files are layered, meaning you can print just the size you need, or all sizes nested together. All sizes are also colour coded, making it easy to differentiate the sizes if you print them nested together or get it printed in a copy shop. For deselecting the sizes you don't want to print, open the pattern PDF file with Adobe Acrobat Reader (free)
*Print ACTUAL SIZE, auto-rotation of the page enabled on your printer settings. Test by printing the 1st page only, to make sure you are printing in the correct scale. There is a test square to measure on the first page.
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- Patterns for A0-copyshop printing
- Patterns for home printing A4-US letter
- Instructions book
- Assembly map for A4-US letter
- Free video tutorial on Youtube
Materials you need at home:
- Self fabric, drapey medium weight fabrics
- Fusible interfacing
- regular sewing supplies
- consealed zip, buttons, snaps
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Hi, I am Nafisa. I am a Technical Designer and a Garment Engineer by day. I have 10+ years of experience working alongside high-end fashion designers creating their collections and red carpet ensembles. Many people who have work experience like me, end up having their own luxury fashion label at some point. But this was never a goal for me. I dreamed of helping other people to achieve their creative potential, rather than buying ready-made clothes I would make. And I decided to bring the aesthetic level, fit quality and finesse of the industry to the home sewers.
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