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The ebook includes the pattern UDARA for kids by Nähfrosch, detailed sewing instructions with many photos as well as practical tips for sewing.
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A softly falling skirt, which lightly swirls around the legs - even the little ones love it - whether during the summer or in the cold season. That's exactly why we've made this pattern.
UDARA is available in a classic style with patch pockets in the front and back, as well as plain and discreet with inseam pockets. The skirt is gathered at the waistband and closed with buttons in the front - overall a great eye-catcher.
You can customize the length of your new skirt. We recommend: Mini - mid-thigh -, midi - knee-hugging - and maxi - ankle-length. Maybe you just treat yourself to three variations, then you don't have to decide!
We have the perfect name for this swinging favorite: UDARA is Indonesian and translates into "air". By the time the skirt blows around your child's legs, you'll know why it simply can't be called anything else.
The skirt UDARA can be mastered by anyone who has a little sewing experience or simply dares to try more. And if it gets a little tricky with the button placket or waistband, our detailed instructions will definitely give you a hand.
The best choice for your skirt is woven fabric, but stretchy fabrics are suitable as well. Fabrics that are soft-flowing and have a nice drape will look great, such as chiffon, viscose, batiste, light cotton fabrics. Linen and light denim fabrics will also work.
For the autumn/winter season, fabrics can be a little denser. However, it is important that they have a nice drape. And the fabric must be able to be gathered, otherwise the waistband section will not fall so loosely.
How much fabric you need for your new skirt is quite easy to calculate. The following formula applies to a fabric width of 150 cm including seam allowance and buffers.
2 x desired skirt length plus 15 cm = fabric length
That is, if your skirt should have a skirt length of 64 cm starting at the waist - in my case this is knee-hugging - then you calculate as follows: 64 cm + 64 cm + 15 cm = 143 cm
- Sewing instructions
- Sewing pattern in DIN A4, A0
- Sizes 92-164
- Difficulty: Medium
Materials you need at home:
- Sewing instructions and pattern
- Sewing machine
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