Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Fanskirt 1890 PRE-ORDER Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Fanskirt 1890 PRE-ORDER
Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Fanskirt 1890 PRE-ORDER Black Snail Patterns Black Snail Patterns Victorian Fanskirt 1890 PRE-ORDER

Black Snail Patterns Victorian Fanskirt 1890 PRE-ORDER

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Pattern for an Victorian skirt.

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Attention, this is a pre-order! The pre-order period ends on the 7th of October, after which the order will be placed with the supplier. The patterns will be printed to order and shipped to me when they are ready and then all pre-orders can be shipped. Did you order non pre-order articles with your order? Your order will be shipped all together, meaning as soon as the pre-order patterns have arrived. All pattern prices will be raised after the pre-order has ended due to increase in printing costs, which means that only during the pre-order you pay the current price!

Description:

Black Snail Patterns is a small bussines in Austria specialised in historically accurate patterns. The patterns come with detailed instructions and if you still have some questions or comments, you can ask them in a Facebook group made by the lady behind Black Snail Patterns!

This pattern is for an Victorian fan skirt circa 1890.
This is what Black Snail Patterns share about this pattern:
This is a sewing pattern for a Fan-Skirt or Umbrella Skirt around 1890.
The Fan-Skirt or Umbrella Skirt became fashionable around 1890. The simple but versatile cut, features a narrow waistline, flaring out at the hem keeping the balance with the gigot sleeves, fashionable at that time.
Skirts were kept simple, to build a contrast with the rich decorated waists.
The hem was supported with an extra layer of buckram or other stiff fabrics, cut on the same shape like the hem, or a straight strip pleated into shape.

The skirt is fitted around the hips with darts and has a deep box pleat at the center back, hiding the placket. Pockets at the side seams can be made optional.
The skirt pattern is suitable as well for day dress as for trained evening dresses. Consider more yardage for a trained skirts and using striped fabrics – see cutting information.
Firmly woven and heavy fabrics optionally can be sewn as single layer. Flatline light and soft fabrics like taffeta or sateen at least with a medium weight cotton fabric.

Fitted to be worn over a corset size chart
Also suitable for steampunk costumes.

The pattern comes with detailed and illustrated sewing instructions. It is a multi size pattern, you can choose between US 8-18 (EU 34-44) and US 20-30 (EU 46-56).

Skill: Novice
Size: 34-52 (US 8-26)
Yardage:
Size US 8-18 (EU 34-44):
Fashion fabric: 4.4 yds. 55“ wide (4m 140cm wide)
With train (12“ / 30cm): 5.7 yds. 55“ wide (5,2m 140cm wide)
Lining: see fashion fabric
Hem interfacing: 1-2yds. (1-2m) depending on fabric width
Twill tape for hem and waistband: 6yds. 3/4“ wide (6m 2m wide)
Hooks and eyes

Size US 20-30 (EU 46-56):
Fashion fabric: 4.4 yds. 55“ wide (4m 140cm wide)
With train: 6yds. 55“ wide (5,5m 140cm wide)
Lining: see fashion fabric
Hem interfacing: 1-2yds. (1-2m) depending on fabric width
Twill tape for hem and waistband: 7yds. 3/4“ wide (6m 2m wide)
Hooks and eyes

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