Patron de jupe Fiore

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La jupe Fiore, qui fait partie de notre collection Rome, est une jupe A chic, à taille haute, avec juste ce qu'il faut de largeur et de volume. C’est un patron de basique sophistiqué mais accessible aux débutants, avec de multiples variations possibles, qui peut être intégré dans plein de tenues différentes.

Disponible en longueur au-dessus ou au-dessous du genou, la jupe Fiore comporte trois vues. La vue A est une jupe évasée simple avec une fermeture éclair invisible dans le dos. La vue B est une jupe portefeuille asymétrique avec une seule poche sur la hanche. La vue C se boutonne sur le devant avec des poches plaquées arrondies.

Tailles : 0-20 (imprimé et PDF) et 14-32 (PDF)

Tissu recommandé:

  • Toutes les versions peuvent être réalisées avec des tissus rigides tels que le lin, le chambray, le denim, le sergé, la popeline, la toile légère et les cotons structurés. Remarque: les versions A et B peuvent également être réalisées avec des tissus plus fluides comme la rayonne challis, le tencel ou la soie, mais la poche plaquée de la version C ne doit pas être cousue avec des tissus fluides.

Consultez notre guide d'impression et d'assemblage des fichiers PDF ici. (En Anglais)

Tous les hauts, à l'exception du t-shirt moulant, sont le Cielo Top de notre collection Rome.

Voir tous les tutoriels de couture, vidéos et articles de blog sur ce patron ici.

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AVD
Beautiful skirt pattern

I haven't made this skirt yet, but I read through the pattern instructions. Once again, they are very clear and well-illustrated in true "Core" style. I'm still toying with the idea of lining the skirt, as my fabric is very light, but I want it to be cooler for summer and don't want polyester lining in a cotton skirt.

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Katherine B.
What a design!

What a great skirt design. Last July I made view B wrap skirt in olive green textured cotton from Core Fabrics and am in love. The wrap gives full coverage together with the rare combination of swish and sleekness due to the waistband & pocket design. It has a huge pocket that doesn't stick out off my hip. I've worn it to a nice restaurant as well as camping over a swimsuit (iPad mini in the pocket!). Sewing it again with a matching Cielo top to wear together for a dress look and as separates. Be aware that due to grainlines, it does require generous yardage, but I think it's worth it and am curious to see how the Cielo top can be puzzle pieced in. If yardage is tight you could also cut the side front facing from coordinating fabric, which would look pretty cool. All three of the Rome collection patterns have been winners for me, which rarely happens.

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K.B.
What a design!

What a great skirt design. Last July I made view B wrap skirt in olive green textured cotton from Core Fabrics and am in love. The wrap gives full coverage together with the rare combination of swish and sleekness due to the waistband & pocket design. It has a huge pocket that doesn't stick out off my hip. I've worn it to a nice restaurant as well as camping over a swimsuit (iPad mini in the pocket!). Sewing it again with a matching Cielo top to wear together for a dress look and as separates. Be aware that due to grainlines, it does require generous yardage, but I think it's worth it and am curious to see how the Cielo top can be puzzle pieced in. If yardage is tight you could also cut the side front facing from coordinating fabric, which would look pretty cool. All three of the Rome collection patterns have been winners for me, which rarely happens.

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Emma
My favorite skirt pattern!

I made view B in a non-stretch linen. This pattern is so beautiful and incredibly easy to follow. I get lots of wear out of this skirt. As a short woman (I'm 4'10") the below-the-knee option is the PERFECT length for a midi skirt on me. I made this in a size 12 but will make my next version in a size 10 for a tighter fit on the waist.

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Roz
So happy with this simple shaped skirt

I made a flowy version C (no pockets) with rayon twill and a little elastic in the back waistband for a bit of give when I sit down. It's beautiful and the pattern instructions were clear, very well illustrated, and had a lot of information that made it easy to decide what size to make. I will absolutely make more Fiore skirts and try some other patterns!