The Lilianna Skirt Sewing Pattern by Sheer Stitchery Sewing is a perfect choice for anyone looking for a women’s sewing pattern to create a timeless, and highly tailored garment that fits their body and style. This couture skirt pattern is designed to help you learn couture sewing techniques used by fashion houses like Chanel to construct classic tweed skirts. With the Lilianna Skirt Sewing Pattern, you can achieve a superior fit and finish.
This is an adventurous beginner pattern for the quick sew method and an intermediate sewing pattern for the couture version.
We suggest using woven fabrics that provide some structure for the exterior, such as tweed or wool suiting. Use silk or a silk blend for the lining. You can use polyester lining fabric, though natural fibers tend to breathe better. Use the highest quality materials that fit your budget and lifestyle.
Sizing and Fabric Guidelines:
The Lilianna Skirt comes in US sizes 2-36 and is divided into two blocks: Missy 2-10 and Curvy 18-36, with some overlap between sizes for additional fit options. Visit the size charts for complete details, and consult the final photo for information on fabric requirements.
Included in the Pattern:
When you download the pattern, you will receive:
- Printable pattern files (available in both tiled print-at-home and copyshop formats) covering all women’s sizes.
- A fully illustrated instruction booklet for you to print.
- Instructions for both couture and standard (quick) sewing techniques.
Grade between sizes, as the PDF has nested sizes that you can toggle on and off depending on what size you are sewing.
The comprehensive instructions walk you through each step of the process, while giving you complete confidence in creating a fabulous garment you will cherish for years to come.
PDF Pattern with Layers:
The Lilianna Skirt PDF pattern files include layers, which allow you to select and print only the size(s) you need when printing at home.
See how other Makers sewed up the #LiliannaSkirt for inspiration and to see the versatility of this sewing pattern. Want more skirt options? Check out the Ava Circle Skirt another women’s sewing pattern for you to try.