digital quebec skirt sewing pattern
A jean skirt is an indispensable garment in your wardrobe. But have you considered a pull-on jean skirt? You really should. The Quebec Skirt is a slim-fitting, pull-on skirt that shows off your curves. But don’t feel you're limited to making your jean skirt with denim fabric. You can use any other bottom weight stretch woven such as stretch corduroy.
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A jean skirt is really an indispensable garment in your wardrobe. But have you considered a pull-on jean skirt? No? You really should try the Quebec Skirt! The Quebec is a slim-fitting skirt that shows off your curves. Don’t stop at making your jean skirt with denim fabric. You can use another bottom weight stretch woven such as stretch corduroy.
Quebec Skirt features:
- Five real pockets: one coin, two front, and two back pockets
- Back split for easy walking
- Discrete elastic waist
- Faux flat-felled seams throughout
- Designed for bottom-weight stretch woven fabric
Sizes: 00 – 40
Primary Fabric: Use a stretch denim, twill, or corduroy fabric with 20%-30% stretch. Do not use fabric with less stretch.
Lining: Use a lightweight woven fabric with or without stretch. The lining is for the front pocket facing.
- Topstitching thread for all topstitching and edgestitching
- 2” (5 cm) wide elastic as long as your waist
- 30” (76 cm) of 1/2” (1.25 cm)-wide straight fusible stay tape (or cut your own using lightweight woven fusible interfacing on the straight grain)
- A piece of 2” x 2” (5 cm x 5 cm) lightweight, non-stretch woven fabric (will not be visible in the final garment)
- Nine (9) rivets (optional)
Size Chart, Finished Measurements, and Fabric Requirements
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Choosing Your Size
- Compare your hip circumference (widest part) to the “Body Measurements” table. Choose the size that fits your hip best. If you are between sizes, choose the smaller size if you like your garment more fitted; otherwise, choose the bigger size.
- Because this pattern is a pull-on style, do not use a smaller size at the waist, or you might not be able to pull the pants up past your hip.
- If you are taller or shorter than 5’6” (168 cm), you should consider lengthening or shortening the garment. The instructions for lengthening or shortening are included in the pattern.
- It is highly recommended that you check your fit by making a test garment with inexpensive fabric that has similar weight as your final garment fabric.
Average rating: (5 of 5) based on 1 reviewsThe Quebec SkirtI have made 3 of these skirts and LOVE the fit and look! I did experiment with length & I have found the sweet spot for me! Thank you so much for developing this pattern, it’s we’ll done and the fit is absolutely beautiful! The cost to print was a few bucks but I was not disappointed with the overall project, we’ll worth the costs involved!Was this helpful?