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FOLKWEAR Walking Skirt pattern


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This Folkwear Walking skirt pattern is for a skirt that became popular in the Victorian to Edwardian era, 1800s to 1900s.

What is a Walking Skirt?

As the Victorian age ended at the beginning of the 20th century and the Edwardian age began, women entered the sporting and professional world. As a move way from the fussiness and inconvenience of bustles and hoops, the walking skirt was born and was a new mark of comfort and practicality.

The skirt has 5 gores and the pattern has the option of full-length or street-length. It is finished with a buttoned placket at centre-back. Although considered to be of a certain period, this can easily be worn today and look quite stylish. Wouldn’t this look amazing in shweshwe print?


This is a paper pattern and includes instructions for decorative cutwork embroidery (Broderie Anglaise). The pattern is a multi-size pattern from SMALL to 3XL.


Medium to heavyweight cottons and blends, linen, silk, lightweight wool, thin wale corduroy, or velvet.


Fabric yardage requirements and sizing are provided in the last image.

Weight 0.2 kg

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