RH1025 — Ladies’ 1910s Center Front Seam Skirt

(1 customer review)


1910s Skirt sewing pattern



Make the perfect Great War era skirt with our pattern!

You need our center front seam skirt pattern based on an original pattern from the 1910s.  Fits waists 20″ through 40″, hips 30″ through 50″ with instructions how to alter for larger sizes.

All sizes are  included in one pattern. Detailed instructions, period tailoring directions, embellishment suggestions, and historical notes are also included.

Suggested Fabrics:
worsted wool, heavy linen, heavy cotton twill, other bottom weights

thread, buttons, snaps or hooks and eyes for front closure

Yardage Requirements:
3 yards 60″ wide, more if napped

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Additional information

Weight 225 g
Type of Product

Paper Pattern, Downloadable

1 review for RH1025 — Ladies’ 1910s Center Front Seam Skirt

  1. choleblack

    What do you do when your friends say “come to the new WW1 event with us next weekend…please?” & you’ve never “done” WW1 before? If you’re like me, you download this skirt & dig up some random brown linen from your stash. Viola, WW1 skirt!

    I have made my fair share of skirts, but getting that proportion, length & shape just right for a particular era is tough. I didn’t have to do any fiddling or adjusting of this pattern for it to fit perfectly. The instructions were dead simple & it was SO easy to put together. I think it only took me 4 hours total.

    Thanks to this skirt, I’m actually glad my friends invited me to that event!

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