1906 Ten Gore Princess Skirt Sewing Pattern
1906 Ten Gore Princess Skirt Sewing Pattern by Truly Victorian
Our Ten Gore Princess Skirt has a raised waistline and is lightly flared to the hem. The raised waistline was also known as Empire Corsage, or Princess Style. This skirt is lined and boned above the hip, like a corselet, to hold its shape. The top has a raised point in the center back, and tapers lower to the center front. It has a smooth fitted back closed with hooks and eyes, known as the "habit" back. Hem line is at floor length.
This skirt is perfectly suited to dresses of 1906-1908, with its wide hemline. Pair it with a blouse, and perhaps a long jacket or a cropped Eton jacket.
Multi-sized pattern includes waist sizes 20-46 and hip sizes 30-56 all in one package. Please see back cover photo for sizing chart, fabric and notion requirements.
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