Paperbag Skirt Pattern
The Paperbag Skirt Pattern is love at first sight! I fell in love with this style skirt that sits at the true waist. I love the comfort and ease of this pattern. It can be dressed up for a night out or worn casual for a day running errands. Whichever way you decide to wear it, you will be sure to gather compliments along the way! It features three length options, elastic waist, slash style pockets, and sash option.
This is a digital PDF sewing pattern, not a paper pattern. Your pattern will be downloadable immediately after purchase.
This PDF sewing pattern comes in sizes XXS - 5XL.
This pattern is drafted to our curvy size chart (based on the female body type).
This skirt is designed to be made using medium-weight woven fabrics.
Three length options
Slash style pockets
No trim pattern pages for quick and easy assembly
Layers printing feature is included for this pattern for your convenience
Pattern pieces for all parts
A0 Print Shop Pattern Pieces Option
Fabric Requirements Chart
Tips and Notes
Table of contents
Pattern Piece Diagram
Step-by-step instructions. Each step has a color photo for visual aid.
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This pattern is copy written.
You may use this pattern to create and sell dresses of your own. Giving credit to the pattern when selling would be appreciated, but not required.
You may not edit or recreate this pattern to sell.
You can not distribute this pattern to others.
You may not mass produce this pattern or clothing made using it.
I want you to love what you make and have fun making it.
Easy to sew. I didn’t include the pockets because I don’t use them. Very pretty.
Great skirt to wear casual or dress up!
Simple to make great effect, perfect for work, casual or dress it up x
This was something a little out of my comfort zone—I had never used interfacing, sewn pockets or belt loops, and I typically sew knits. But the Paperbag Skirt was a breeze! Clear photos and instruction, look and fit turned out pretty much exactly what I had expected it to be. I ended up cutting the mid thigh length, then pinning and testing different lengths until I found what I liked (right between mid thigh and mini). Used a heavier winter flannel and I love the structure it has. I’ll make this pattern again!