Make a major statement in this high low skirt pattern with flared cut! Sew your own classy and dazzling skirt for a look that will not go unnoticed! As you read on, we'll guide you through the process of sewing the perfect maxi skirt cause we'll cover everything you need to make your own version
What is a High Low Skirt
A high-low skirt is known by many names, from mullet skirt to asymmetrical or waterfall skirt. It features a full circle hem, but the length can vary greatly (from short in front to long in back, or side). It is designed to give the wearer a feminine touch and seductive style, ensuring more coverage of the legs. Get swept away in your no effort, effort-maker versatile, feminine and fit for every ocassion fashion item.
How To Style And Wear Your High Low Skirt Sewing Pattern For A New Look
High-low circle skirts have a bold elegance that would make them perfect pieces to create a tailored look with, and no matter what you style them with they maintain their daring influence. High-low skirts will go great with your short tops, casual shirts, and even your workwear buttoned up shirt
A great style trick is tucking in your top. I can be a flattering way to accentuate your figure. A full tuck works best with high waister skirt, as it is the case with Agnes pattern.
To complete your outfit, bring a jacket! It will add an unexpected twist on a classic look.
Agnes High Low Hem Skirt Pattern Overview
This listing is for a high waisted asymmetric long skirt digital download PDF sewing pattern.
Keep your style simple and sweet with a step forward sewing pattern that is easy, quick, and fun to make, and which you can start sewing right away. This pattern is a fantastic choice for those with beginner sewing skills. A download link will be sent directly to your inbox for immediate access!
Our Agnes high and low skirt pattern is an easy-medium skill level sew.
More Of What's Inside Our High Front Low Back Skirt Pattern
- 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 high low skirt 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 center on A0 paper rolls
- Projector files for projecting the patterns directly onto the fabric using the home projector
*All files are compressed in the ZIP archive for easy downloading. All sizes have separate files, you only need to print the files that are relevant to you.
How To Use Your Diy High Low Skirt Pattern - How do you sew a high-low circle skirt?
Get ready to make a delicate, yet daring mullet skirt. Our step-by-step instructions will help you use your high low circle skirt pattern to create a seasonless style item.
We'll begin by looking at the tools and materials you'll want to have on hand before you start this sewing project.
What You'll Need:
- Your Agnes PDF High Low Skirt Pattern
- interlining for the waistband
- 5.5 m bias tape for hem
- 1 invisible zipper - 25 cm long
- sewing machine
- colour matching thread
- 1 cm seam
- 0 cm hem
we recommend a rigid woven fabric like jacquard, taffeta. Our sample is made of taffeta.
How much fabric do you need for your diy skirt?
The table below lists the required fabric you will need for your size based on a useful fabric width between 140 and 150 centimeters. If you choose to use a different width or pattern (like stripes, plaids, etc.), you will need to adjust the placement of the pieces so the garment will fit your available width.
Check your contraction!
Test the fabric's contraction before cutting by ironing the fabric at its maximum heat recommendation; this will ensure that your finished garment will retain its intended size after initial wash.
How To Make Your Own Mullet Skirt - Sewing Instructions
On the front that will be on top (piece 1) mark the crease lines and fold lines on the right side of the fabric, using different colors for the different lines. The lines must be marked down the full length.
- Fold the fabric along the fold line, creasing accurately along the trace tacks. Bring the creased line on to the placement line. Pin to secure on the waist area. Press the pleats with your hands, don't use the iron. fig 1
- Sew the top of the pleats at 0.5 cm from the waistline to hold them in place. fig 2
- Overlock all the sides and center back of the skirt pieces
- Fold the seam allowance 1 cm inwards on the left side of the upper front (piece 1) and sew at 0.7cm.
- Sew front up (piece 1) and front down (piece 2) pieces together, right side with wrong side, on the waist line, at 0.5 cm. fig3
- Sew the right side seam of the skirt, good sides together, back (piece 3) and front down (piece 2). Press the seam open.
- Sew the left side seam, front down (piece 2) with the back(piece 3), good sides together, and in between insert the upper front (piece 1) side. Leave about 15 cm open around the hem of the front down (piece 2) and then continue the seam. fig 4
- Sew the center back seam by placing back pieces right sides together. Sew from the zipper notch down, and press the seam open
- Apply bias tape on the hem - start from the left side of the skirt below by placing the bias right face over the right side of the skirt and sew at 0.5 cm. Roll the bias facing to the wrong side of the garment. Make sure the seam is not on the crease line but shows on the wrong side. Using a top stitch, sew the folded edge of the bias strip in place. fig5
- Close the seam on the left side seam (those 15 cm)
- Apply interlining on the waistband, fold it in half lengthwise and press it . Overlock the bottom edge of the waistband on its inner side. fig6
- With right sides together, sew outer waistband piece to the skirt at 1 cm (aligning bottom edge of the waistband and top edge of the skirt). Press seams up.
- Place the zipper starting from the middle part of the waistband piece, down to bottom of the opening on the back of the skirt. Mark the waist seam placement on the second zipper side, because they should match when the zipper is closed. Pin the second seam edge to the zipper matching the waist seam with the mark. Starting at the top, stitch down the zipper tape close to the zipper teeth, stopping at the point where the lower center back seam begins. Repeat for the other side of zipper tape. Press the zipper lightly. fig 7
- Sew together the inside of the waistband and the front of the waistband (on the side), making sure to fix the zipper in the middle (hamburger style). Fold the seam up and press. fig 8
- Fold up the waistband seam and pin the inner waistband. Apply a 0.2 cm topstitch along the outer waistband, making sure to include the seam allowance and inner waistband in the seam. fig 9
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