GYPSUM SKIRT • Pattern
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By SEW LIBERATED, Gypsum Skirt is a paper sewing pattern.
Garment Details: The Gypsum Skirt is the fraternal twin of the Arenite Pants - same ridiculously comfortable waistband and drapey pockets, more flounce. Layer it under or over dresses, wear it with a boxy top or cami, and shorten or lengthen the pattern depending on the season.
View A has unique, crescent-shaped pockets and instructions for French-seamed pockets and flat-felled seam finishes of the four skirt panels.
View B is the perfect introduction to garment sewing (or just a quick sew) with the same shape as View A, but sporting only two panels and inserted side seam pockets. It pairs well with Sew Liberated's Hinterland Dress, Metamorphic Dress, Arenite Pants, and Matcha Top.
Sizing: This is a multi-size pattern, including sizes 0-24. Sizing chart can be found here.
Fabric Suggestions: The Gypsum Skirt is designed for woven fabrics. For View A, look for Tencel twill, cotton sateen, silk noil, rayon challis, poplin, cotton lawn or other fabric with fantastic drape. View B can handle a slightly stiffer woven fabric in addition to those recommended for View A. Good possibilities include mid-weight linen, double gauze, cotton ikats, Gathering Indian Cotton, mid-weight cotton designed by Jo Breach called Speckle and lightweight denim.
Skill Level: Beginner Skill Level.
Seam allowances are included in the pattern.
Each pattern features an instruction booklet and pattern pieces printed on nice, thick paper, enclosed in a lightweight, full-colour cardboard box.
Photo credits: Sew Liberated.