TVE22 - 1905 Edwardian Era Circular Skirt Pattern. Multisized 20-46" Waist. The back is fitted, in habit style, with a 6" sweep. The closure is in the center back. Circular skirts were very popular in the mid 1904-1907, when very full, straight skirts were the most stylish. Known as a circular skirt in two parts, there is a seam at both center front, and center back. The back is fitted, in habit style, with a 6" sweep. The closure is in the center back. With the seams cut bias, this skirt is especially suited to stripes and plaids, which form a chevron effect at center front and center back. An optional band of fabric can be added to the skirt to simulate a pointed tunic. This skirt requires 54" wide fabric. This skirt can also be cut cross-grain with the center front on a fold, which will require 60" wide fabric for skirt lengths over 41" long (front length.) Fabric: 4 1/2 - 5 yards. Notions: Skirt/pant hooks for waistband, hook and eye closures for placket, 5½ yards 2 -3" wide hem facing (can use Wrights Hem Facing or Quilt Binding, or make your own), 5½ yards 2-3" wide hem stiffener (can use horsehair braid or make bias strips of canvas, cambric or flannel.)
Great for Victorian, Edwardian, Western, SASS, Wild West, Western Expansion, Civil War and modern sewing Impressiosn
Excellent for Edwardian skirts, Edwardian skirts, Titanic Era skirts, Victorian Era Skirts, Steampunk Skirts, Wild West, Dresses, Western Expansion Dresses and Blouses, SASS Impression.
Excellent for SASS, Western Expansion, Titanic Era, Turn of the Century, Steampunk or Victorian Era.