Lucinda Pencil Skirt Pattern and Tutorial
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Lucinda Pencil Skirt Pattern

$ 9.95

This pattern is a downloadable PDF.

Have you ever wanted to make your own pencil skirt? Well, here’s a pattern for you! The Lucinda Pencil Skirt Pattern is a very functional skirt of the sort. It’s got pocket to keep your personal belongings safe, and a corset-like waist paneling, to tuck in the muffin top. ;)

It’s knee length, as the decent pencil skirt should be – but it can be shortened to you liking, of course.

It has an invisible zipper in the back and a back slit for your walking comfort.

Playing around with fabric choices and colors, this skirt will turn out different every time. Perfect in black for office use, or in brighter colors for lighter occasions. Daring print patterns will transform it into a dashing piece. :)

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Product Description

Read a little about the Lucinda Pencil Skirt Pattern below.

The Lucinda Pencil Skirt Pattern is made to hug your figure and emphasize your “advantages” ;) It is definitely a sexy skirt, but in a decent kind of way.

The Lucinda Skirt Pattern is made in medium weight fabric. It can be made in stretch, albeit not the waist panel piece. If you choose stretch fabric for your pencil skirt, you will have to use a good stabilizer for the waist panels.  It could be a contrast fabric as well. You don’t need to make it in one type of fabric. Only your imagination will limit the possibilities of this skirt.

 

There are no seam allowances in my patterns, because I think it is better when they are added afterwards. Just a little shout out to those who are used to use patterns with seam allowances. :)

 

Additional Facts:

Sizes: 34 – 50 (European sizes)

Skill Level: Intermediate

Digital Pattern Details: 3 PDFs:

  • A 24 pages Pencil Skirt Pattern (plus a test page)
  • A 32 pages step-by-step picture tutorial to guide you all the way.
  • An 8 pages printable description.

All in all you will download a 15 MB zip-file containing all of the above.

 

Lucinda Pencil Skirt Pattern and Tutorial

Body Measurements:

 

Size Waist Hip
34 64 cm (25 3/16″) 87 cm (34 1/4″)
36 66 cm (26″) 90 cm (35 7/16″)
38 70 cm (27 9/16″) 94 cm (37″)
40 74 cm (29 1/8″) 98 cm (38 9/16″)
42 78 cm (30 11/16″) 102 cm (40 3/16″)
44 82 cm (32 5/16″) 106 cm (41 3/4″)
46 86 cm (33 7/8″) 110 cm (43 5/16″)
48 92 cm (36 1/4″) 114 cm (44 7/8″)
50 98 cm (38 9/16″) 118 cm (46 7/16″)

 

 

Finished Garment Measurements:

 

Size Waist Hip
34 66 cm (26″) 89 cm (35 1/16″)
36 68 cm (26 3/4″) 92 cm (36 1/4″)
38 72 cm (27 3/8″) 96 cm (37 13/16″)
40 76 cm (29 15/16″) 100 cm (39 3/8″)
42 80 cm (31 1/2″) 104 cm (40 15/16″)
44 84 cm (33 1/16″) 108 cm (42 1/2″)
46 88 cm (34 5/8″) 112 cm (44 1/8″)
48 94 cm (37″) 116 cm (45 11/16″)
50 100 cm (39 3/8″) 120 cm (47 1/4″)

 

 

 

What you’ll need:

 

  • Main fabric – width 140 cm (55 1/8”): 1.20 m (1.31 yds)
  • Lining – width 140 cm (55 1/8“): 0.7 m (0.77 yds)
  • Interfacing – width 90 cm (35 7/16”): 0.60 m (0.66 yds)
  • Satin ribbon or cotton ribbon (stay tape) – width: 3-5 mm (1/16” – 1/8”): 68 – 71 – 75 – 79 – 83 – 87 – 91 – 97 – 103 cm (26 3/4” – 27 15/16” – 29 1/2” – 31 1/8” – 32 11/16” – 34 1/4” – 35 13/16” – 38 3/16” – 40 9/16”) (size 34 -36 – 38 – 40 – 42 – 44 – 46 – 48 – 50)
    It’s basically the waist size you’ll want.
  • Invisible zipper: 30 cm (11 13/16”)(until size 44) – 35 cm (13 3/4”)(size 46 and up)
  • Matching thread

 

Usual tools:
Sewing machine, Ironing boards and iron, Chalk, Scissors, Measuring tape, Pins, Ruler, Tape, Mirror, (pattern paper)
Fabric suggestions:
I’ve used a very stretchy satin fabric, that falls really pretty. It’s just very important to stabilize the waist panel pieces, otherwise the skirt will look kind of wonky (if you’re using stretchy fabrics).
You can use any kind of fabric that isn’t too airy and thin. Any medium weight, or even heavy weight fabric.

I have made a skirt where the waist part is made of leather, and this was very successful as well.

Use woolly fabrics for the winter cold, or cotton blends and silk for the summer times.

The lining is just plain dress-lining or acetate lining.

 

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