• Base Wear Two - Straight Skirt, Taper Skirt and Top with Options

    A great variety of well shaped basics with an edge. The patterns are simple and the fit is easy but the design options are endless. These patterns can be the base for all the jackets in the collection and can be made with stretch and non-stretch fabrics.

    Straight Skirt: Close-fitting straight skirt with an elastic waist and shaped hip, straight to hem; optional bias flounce. Even though the Straight Skirt only has one pattern piece the fit is incredible. Just the right amount of ease at the elastic waist and a perfectly shaped hip curve makes this skirt a new favourite.

    Taper Skirt: Tight-fitting tapered skirt w/elastic waist & shaped hip tapers to hem.

    Top: Hip-length top with a shaped waistline and optional ruching. The tee has wonderful waist shaping and a close armhole and shoulder line that gives shape but is not tight fitting even in the larger sizes.

    Suggested Fabrics: Taper Skirt and Tee need a 100% stretch knit fabric. Cotton/Lycra, Rayon/Lycra, Stretch Velvet/Velour, Rayon blends. Straight Skirt pattern can be used with non-stretch fabrics as well as Lycra blends but use a larger size.

  • Bell Sleeve Wrap & A Line Skirt

    Bell Sleeve or Reversible Sleeveless Wrap: Hip length wrap top with long ties, bell sleeves or sleeveless. The sleeveless top can be made reversible with two different fabrics. The Belle Sleeve Wrap top can be made sleeveless or with sleeves. It is doubled and sewn like a pillowcase which also means it can be reversible. The beautiful finished edges give this no topstitching garment a very smart look.

    Suggested Fabrics for Top: This pattern is best using a knit fabric with some LYCRA content and a soft drape.

    A-Line Skirt: The A-Line Skirt is the perfect everyday pull-on skirt. It has no side seams, very little extra ease at the waistline, and not too full at the hem. It is a great companion to the Belle Sleeve Wrap.

    Suggested Fabrics for Skirt: A wide variety of wovens or knit fabrics can be used for this pattern. Pattern alterations for woven fabrics are simple and this pattern can be used with suede and leather as well.

    Multi-sized: 4 – 22

  • Big Sky Riding Skirt
    Bring out the cowgirl in you! Equestrian women of the early 20th century, who were determined to ride astride rather than sidesaddle, wore these divided skirts. An ingenious fashion, with front panel that buttons one way for a skirt and the other way for pants. Pattern is derived from a skirt worn by legendary rancher and rodeo rider, Fannie Sperry Steele.

    Suggested fabrics: Medium to heavyweight cottons and blends such as poplin, denim, gabardine, corduroy; linen; light to medium-weight wools; suiting weight silks.

    Multi-sized: Misses 8 – 18
  • Cascade Skirt & Top
    This pattern offers a designer look with attention to details. You will have fun rummaging through your stash to find the perfect trimmings. Whether you decide on a wearable art look or a stunning evening combination, this outfit will not go un-noticed.

    Multi-sized: XS - XXL
  • Crescent Skirt

    The Crescent skirt is a great gathered skirt with a fitted yoke. Your choice of a slightly gathered skirt, a fuller gathered skirt or a longer, knee-length skirt. Optional trim or contrast topstitching highlights the fitted waistband. A great addition to your wardrobe!

    This skirt is designed with a pear-shaped figure in mind. The fitted yoke waistband highlights a narrow waistline, gathers at the hip create a flattering silhouette. Slash pockets are easy to sew, and anything you put in the pockets is disguised by the gathering.

    Because of the fitted waistband, you can easily wear a top untucked, or tucked in! This skirt hits at the natural waist. The zipper construction is unique, as you can sew the whole zipper and facing into the skirt without any hand-stitching!

    A comfortable, pretty skirt for all seasons!

    Sizes: 0–16 (all sizes are included in one pattern!). Sizing is proportioned for a pear-shaped figure: smaller bust and waist, larger hips

    Skill Level: Intermediate

  • Double Spiral Skirt
    A great addition to any wardrobe, you will be dancing more than the two-step in this double spiral skirt. Flattering on all figure types, the double spirals softly whisper as you float or beg to fly across the dance floor!
    Multi-sized XS - #XL

  • Fajita Skirt
    This recipe makes a flirty and feminine pull-on skirt with an elastic waist and asymmetrical hemline. The delicious silhouette is slimming through the hips and falls into a draped, full hemline. It is so versatile, it looks great with boots for a casual look or strappy sandals for dressy occasions.
  • Fearless Skirt
    This flattering fitted straight skirt has front and back darts with a centre back zipper and a comfort waistband elasticised at the side back. Belt loops are optional. There is the option of a mock-wrap style with a concealed front walking vent. The off centre front seam is accented with topstitching. Also a centre front walking vent. Both versions are lined and can be made either mid-knee or mid-calf length.

    Multi-sized: 2 - 24
  • Lotus Skirt
    Above ankle skirt has top stitched hem, shaped asymmetric V-yoke. The front is draped and features a right side zip.

    Suggested fabrics: Cotton, Wool or Rayon Crepe, Silk Noil, Silk Douppioni, Rayon and Rayon blends, Wool Jersey, Linen, Gabardine, Facile. Wrong side of fabric shows.

    Multi-sized: 8 – 22
  • Lynne's Skirt
    Designer details from the waist to hem. Two main body pieces make this skirt simply irresistible. Center front on the fold, (here shown on the bias). Side front and skirt back all one piece. No side seams, just darting with a small slit up the center back. Elastic back waist with a zipper for easy off and on.

    Great in light fabrics for easy mobility and terrific looks!
  • Michelle's One Piece Skirt
    Just one pattern piece is used for this skirt. It is quick to make with an overlocker but can also be made on your sewing machine. Suitable for lightweight fabrics only. Use an invisible zip longer than you need for easy insertion.
  • Origami Skirt
    Asymmetrical skirt/pant features unique bias shaping, with side front placket and concealed zipper, waistband, and uneven leg openings.
  • Perfect Pair

    Features a one-of-a-kind reversible skirt with two distinct looks plus a unique knit top that will become a wardrobe favourite.

    The first top has short sleeves and a horizontal hem and the second top has three quarter length sleeves with a diagonally angled hem. The skirt is either a long straight skirt with an attractive flounce attached to the lower edge or the options for a diagonal flounce overskirt that falls over the reverse side.

    A flip pocket hangs from the waist to be worn inside either side of the skirt and is large enough for a passport. There is an optional pocket that can be worn inside your bra for your emergency money stash.

    Multi-sized: XS – XXL

  • Skirting the Issue

    Whether you're bigger on the top or the bottom, these skirts are for you. Separate drafts for both figure types, apples and pears, included. Get the best fit for your body! Three skirt styles in three lengths (Mid-Thigh, Knee and Mid-Calf). Smooth finish lined yoke (no waistband) with optional notched detailing. Centre back lapped zip.

    • View A – Slightly flared skirt (can also be cut on bias)
    • View B – Knife pleated
    • View C – Pencil straight, topstitched seams and patch pocket

    Elements of each style can be mixed and matched!

    Multi-sized: XS – 5XL

  • Slit Skirt & Pencil Skirt

    Slit Skirt: This skirt has a pull-on wide waistband, cut full through the hip and seat, then tapering to the hem. It has a back slit. Sizes 4–22.

    Pencil Skirt: This skirt has a self-faced, darted waistline, cut narrow through the hip and seat, then straight to the hem. It also has a back slit. Sizes 4–22.

  • Straight Skirts
    Two sleek looks in one simple pattern! Sexy View A is slit to above the knee. View B is the neatest, easiest mock wrap skirt you will ever wear. Both pull on with a smooth front elasticized waist. The pattern is for ankle length skirts. If you prefer a shorter skirt, shorten from the waistline edge.

    Suggested Fabrics: Soft, light to medium weight knit or woven fabrics with 25% or less stretch such as rayon, wool challis, cotton or wool double knit.

    Multi-sized: 14 – 24

  • Strudel Skirt
    A dessert favorite: this pull-on, elastic waist skirt with a hint of A-line flavor makes it a snap to bake. The flirty bottom panels add no additional calories, just garnishes it with a flourish.
  • Susie's Skirt
    Flirty and sassy, the vertical lines of this skirt make this skirt irresistible. Update your wardrobe quickly with this skirt addition. Designed to be fast and easy to make, the multiple seaming throughout the body of the skirt makes it simple to fit this one perfect every time.

    Great for lightweight fabrics for extra zest or beautiful in the suede version as shown in this picture.
  • Swing Skirt
    This is a slim straight skirt with four sewing options. It can be made in two lengths with or without tulip bottom. There is an elastic waistband with light gathering for a comfortable fit. This pattern has 2.5 cm ease.

    Multi-sized: XXS - XXL