A breezy and flowy silhouette adds summery allure to this long tiered skirt pattern cut at a flowy maxi length. It not only pairs well with practically everything in your closet, but it's also comfortable, too. A picnic-ready fashion item that simply must find a spot in your sewing wishlist.
- Maxi skirt length
- Pull on style
- Side pockets
- Elastic waistband
How To Style And Wear Your Tiered Skirt Sewing Pattern
- Wear your skirt with a tucked in tank top or tee and sandals for a casual summertime look.
- Pair your skirt with a printed blouse and sneakers for a more put together aesthetic.
- Accessorize with hoop earrings, a straw bag, and slides for an easy summertime outfit.
- This skirt looks great with a denim jacket thrown over the shoulders.
You can also match it with our off the shoulder free pattern, available for download too
Summer Romance Tiered Skirt Pattern Overview
This easygoing and graceful peasant skirt pattern is perfect for a range of occasions, from weekends spent exploring to summertime soirees! With its tiered design, it's sure to be a showstopper. The best part? It's so easy to sew, even beginners can do it! Playfully animate your tiered skirt by choosing tropical or floral print fabrics.
Embrace the efortlessy cool mix of laid back summer vibe.
Our 3 Tiered Maxi Skirt Pattern is perfect for anyone who wants an easy sew. It's great for beginners.
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- A printable PDF sewing pattern format (You will need Adobe Reader on your computer to open the PDF files)
- Measurement sheet and size chart
- Step-by-step guide on how to cut and sew your pattern
- Assembling the pattern piece
- Step by Step Instructions with Illustrations
- Different sizes you can choose from
- A4 and Letter format for printing at home
- A0 for printing at the copy centre on A0 paper rolls
- Projector files for projecting the patterns directly onto the fabric using the home projector
Find Your Flow In A Tiered Maxi Skirt Sewing Pattern
Inspired by the carefree and bohemian spirit of the island, the skirt is a light and airy design that feels refreshing against your skin. You will learn how to sew a gypsy tiered skirt pattern through easy-to-follow instructions, and by the end of it, you will have a stunning new item to add to your wardrobe.
Here's where the fun begins!
- Your PDF pattern
- Preferred fabric
- Color matching thread
- 3.5 cm wide elastic
- Sewing machine
- 1cm seam allowance
- 2 cm hem
You will want to choose a light weight woven fabric. Some good options include silk, viscose, cotton poplin, linen, voile, and chiffon. The prototype for this particular project was made from poly charmeuse. However, you may want to use a different fabric depending on your personal preferences. Ultimately, it is important to choose a fabric that you feel confident about using.
How much fabric do you need for your diy tiered skirt?
Please note that the fabric requirements below apply to fabrics with a width of 140-150 cm. It might be necessary to redo the pattern placement for fabrics of different widths and designs (striped, plaid etc). You can avoid any last-minute trips to the store if you plan ahead and buy enough fabric for your project.
Fabric Contraction is important!
Preparing your fabric for cutting requires washing it. By doing so, you will preshrink the fabric, and any excess colouring will be removed. As a result, your garment remains true to size once it has been sewed and won't downsize after the initial wash.
Finished Garment MeasurmentsThe perfect garment is one that fits you perfectly. But how do you know what size to make? Body measurements are a great starting point, but they don't always tell the whole story - different styles can fit differently, even in the same size. That's why it's always helpful to refer to a finished garment measurements table when trying to determine the best size for your sewing project. The table below list the dimensions of the skirt in its finished state, so you can get a better idea of how it will actually fit. With this information in hand, you can make sure that the clothes you sew will fit you just the way you want them to.
Half Of Your Summer Uniform - How do you sew a tiered skirt?
We'll give you step-by-step instructions so that you feel confident in your sewing abilities, and you can make something that's uniquely yours. You can do this!
Grab your sewing machine and let's get started on your new favorite skirt today.
- Take a pair of pocket pieces and pin them, right sides together. Sew around the pocket to join the two pieces, using a 1 cm seam allowance. Overlock the seam and press. fig 1
- Overlock the sides of ruffle 1 pieces
- Sew the Ruffle 1 pieces, right sides together, starting from the side notch - down. Press the seam open. fig 2
- Place the pocket bag in the pocket opening on ruffle 1 pieces, right sides together and sew at 1 cm. Clip the seam allowance at the end and press the seams so that the pocket stays nicely on the inside.Top stitch at 0.1 cm on the right side of the pocket, catching the seam allowance in the seam . fig 3
- Top stitch at 0.5 cm the pocket and the first tier on the top, so that the pocket stays in place. fig 4
- Take the ruffle 2 pieces and sew them together on the sides, right side to right side, to create the second tier. Press the seam open and overlock. fig 5
- Repeat with the ruffle 3 pieces.
- With a gathering foot, gather the top part of 2nd tier and 3rd tier, at 0.5 cm from the raw edge.
- Sew the top of the 2nd tier to the bottom of the 1st tier, right sides together, taking care to meet the notches. press the seam and overlock. fig 6
- Sew the top of the 3rd tier to the bottom of 2nd tier, right sides together, Taking care to meet the notches. Press the seam and overlock.
- Sew the short sides of the waistband together, right side to right side, at 1 cm. Press the seam open.
- Sew the two parts of the waistband on the waist of the skirt, right side to right side, leaving 5 cm open to insert the elastic
- Cut a piece of non-roll elastic the length required to go around the waist comfortably (see the right measurement for your size in the fabric requirements table above)
- Pin one end of the elastic to the fabric just below the opening. Pin a safety pin to the other end and thread through the casing. fig 7
- Pull the two ends of the elastic together and machine to join in a square shape with an X for strength. Push the elastic into the casing and sew across the gap. Overlock the seam.
- Using a 3-thread serger stitch, sew along the raw edge of the hem allowance. Try the skirt and if the skirt length is ok, turn up the hem 2 cm to the wrong side of the fabric. Press in place and sew at 1.8 cm. If the skirt is too long, turn up the hem to the length you need.
Completed! Thank you for working with me on the Jasmine Tiered Gathered Skirt Pattern. Hopefully, it was a great experience for you. The same joy I experienced while designing this pattern I hope you feel while sewing it! I want to see your version of it! Show me how you styled it and what fabric you used. I really enjoy seeing what everyone is creating!
With this skirt tutorial, you can follow along at your own pace. A visual representation of the process will give you a better understanding of how to make it yourself. Whenever necessary, stop and rewind the video so that you can see every step clearly. Once you're ready to begin your project, you'll have no trouble getting it done, and the outcome will be praiseworthy
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