Add a flattering maxi skirt to your handmade wardrobe!
The Yasmeen skirt is a dramatic maxi skirt with figure flattering seam lines. It is fitted through the hips and starts flaring out above the knee. The skirt features an invisible zipper and a grosgrain inner waistband. Depending on the fabrication and the styling, the skirt can take on a very special occasion look or a more casual vibe.
The sewing pattern is available from size 34 to 46 (see our size chart for more information), with seam allowances included. The pattern files contain: _ a layered PDF with 4 printing options (37 pages in A4 and Letter, 2 pages A0, and 2 Pages for US Copy Shop 36"x48"); _ a cutter's must; _ PDF Layout; _ a suggested order of operations.
The grey sample shown is made from a mid-weight wool tweed, while the white one is silk crepe de chine. For this pattern, we recommend light to mid-weight woven fabrics with drape such as silk, wool crepe, linen twill, rayon, etc. The quantity of fabric required will depend on the size you make, the final length of your skirt and the width of your fabric. For instance, for a size 46 in 60"wide you need 4 yards.
Just Patterns products are meant for ambitious dressmakers who already know the basics of sewing. In addition to the order of operations, we also provide useful resources for each pattern on our website: www.just-patterns.com
- Layered PDF Pattern
- Size 34 - 46
- US Imperial Measurement / Metric Measurement
Materials you need at home:
- 3.5 - 4 Yards / Meters of Fabric
- 1/4 Yard / Meter of Fusible Interfacing
- 1 Yard / Meter of Grosgrain Ribbon
- 1 8"/20cm invisible zipper
- 1 hook & eye closure
Just Patterns is a line of digital sewing patterns inspired by luxury Ready-to-wear and produced in Paris. Through high-end detail-oriented sewing patterns, my goal is to help you create beautiful clothes you will love forever.
My name is Delphine, I am French and I started sewing 20 years ago. As a teen, I was obsessed with the idea of recreating garments that I couldn't afford. I read many books, old and new. I took pattern making and draping classes at prestigious fashion schools in New York and Paris. I went to see fashion exhibitions, and I looked inside all the luxury clothes I could get my hands on. But most importantly, I took advantage of the immense knowledge being shared by the online sewing community.
I hope that you will join me in sewing our dream wardrobes, one unique garment at a time!