The Slit Skirt has pull-on wide waistband, cut full through the hip and seat, then tapering to the hem. It has a back slit.
The Pencil Skirt has a self-faced, darted waistline, cut narrow through the hip and seat, then straight to the hem.
The Slit Skirt and Pencil Skirt are two terrific skirt patterns to fill your needs while learning new techniques. After determining style, length, and size according to the measurements chart and the desired effect, you will learn what ânegative easeâ means when using LYCRAÂ® blend fabrics and how to determine proper fit. Use negative ease to eliminate elastic and learn an exciting way to ânever markâ and sew darts again!
Also, see how curves are used with negative and positive ease at the hips and center back to give either just the right amount of extra fullness or to shape in at the small of the back. See a quick and easy way to finish a back slit that gives a little detail to a simple technique. These patterns need 100% stretch fabrics.
|No. 330 â Slit Skirt|
|Width at Hem||22-1/8||23-1/8||24-5/8||26-5/8||28-5/8||30-5/8||32-5/8||34-5/8||36-5/8||38-5/8|
|No. 330 â Pencil Skirt|
|Back Length||37-3/4||38||38-1/4||38-1/2||38-3/4||39||39 -1/4||39-1/2||39-3/4||40|
|Width at Hem||28-5/8||29-5/8||31-1/8||33-1/8||35-1/8||37-1/8||39-1/8||41-1/8||43-1/8||45-1/8|