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Part of our Rome Collection, the Fiore Skirt is a chic, high-waisted A-line skirt with just the right amount of flare and volume. A beginner-friendly pattern with multiple variations, this elevated basic has tons of outfit potential.

Available in above or below the knee lengths, the Fiore Skirt has three views. View A is a simple flared skirt with an invisible zipper at the back. View B is an asymmetrical wrap skirt with single hip pocket. View C buttons up the front with curved patch pockets.

Related Products: Learn to Sew Clothing online class

Sizes: 0-20 and 14-30 (PDF) and 0-20 (Print only)

  • See our guide to printing & assembling PDF files here.
  • Model notes: Our model Sheenah is 5'-4" and wears a size 6. Aisha is 5'-7" and wears a size 20. All tops except for the close-fitting tshirt on Aisha are the Cielo Top from our Rome Collection.

Fabric and Supplies

SUGGESTED FABRIC

All views can be made with crisp wovens such as linen, chambray, denim, twill, poplin, lightweight canvas, and structured cottons. Please note: Views A and B can also be made with drapier fabrics like rayon challis, tencel, or silk, but the patch pocket for View C should not be sewn with fluid fabrics.

YARDAGE REQUIREMENTS (45"/1.14M FABRIC)

View A
Sizes 0-20: 0-8 = 1.75yd / 1.6m, 10-14 = 2yd / 1.85m, 16-20 = 2.25 yd / 2m
Sizes 14-30: 14-22 = 2.25yd / 2m, 24-30 = 2.5yd / 2.25m

View B
Sizes 0-20: 0-8 = 2.25yd / 2m, 10-14 = 2.5yd / 2.25m, 16-20 = 2.75yd/2.5m
Sizes 14-30: 14-22 = 2.75yd / 2.5m, 24-30 = 3yd / 2.75m

View C
Sizes 0-20: 0-8 = 2.25yd / 2m, 10-14 = 2.5yd / 2.25m, 16-20 = 2.75yd/2.5m
Sizes 14-30: 14-22 = 2.25yd / 2m, 24-30 = 2.75yd / 2.5m

YARDAGE REQUIREMENTS (58"/1.5M FABRIC)

View A
Sizes 0-20: All sizes = 1.5yd / 1.4m
Sizes 14-30: All sizes = 1.75yd / 1.6m

View B
Sizes 0-20: 0-8 = 1.75yd / 1.6m, 10-20 = 2yd / 1.85m
Sizes 14-30: 14-22 = 2.25yd / 2m, 24-30 = 2.5yd / 2.25m

View C
Sizes 0-20: 0-8 = 1.5yd / 1.4m, 10-20 = 1.75yd / 1.6m
Sizes 14-30: 14-22 = 1.75yd / 1.6m, 24-30 = 2yd / 1.85m

ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES
  • Lightweight non-stretch fusible interfacing (1.25 yd / 1.1m)
  • View A = 7” (18cm) invisible zipper View B = 2 x buttons - 1/2” - 3/4” (13-19mm)
  • View B = scrap of 1/4” (6mm) twill tape or ribbon for loop closure (optional)
  • View C = 6-8 buttons - 1/2” (13mm)
  • Views B & C: Fray Stop & buttonhole chisel or seam ripper to open buttonholes
  • Polyester thread
  • Marking tool

Details

Sewing level: Beginner

Sizes: 0 - 20 and 14-30 (see our sizing chart here)

Finished measurements: 0-20 here and 14-30 here.

Instructions: English & French (French instructions available as PDF only)

Print at Home File (Letter & A4):
Sizes 0-20: View A: 27 pages, View B: 45 pages, View C: 26 pages, sizes are layered.
Sizes 14-30: View A: 27 pages, View B: 57 pages, View C: 33 pages, sizes are layered.

Copy Shop (36" x 48" / A0):
Sizes 0-20: View A: 2 pages, View B: 3 pages, View C: 2 pages, sizes are layered.
Sizes 14-30: View A: 2 pages, View B: 3 pages, View C: 2 pages, sizes are layered.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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View A

This was the most complicated garment I had seen when I made it- my first stable waistband, my first invisible zip, and my first time working with a slinky rayon. It’s not perfect, but I enjoyed the process and the skirt is totally wearable. The instructions were great- usually while I’m working on new techniques I google other instructions to compare, but when I made this I only used the instructions that came with it. They were very clear, even for a beginner like me!

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T.B.
My favorite skirt!

I really like it!
A-line skirts are my style, and the fiore, specially the wrap one with the pocket, it’s my favorite!
Following the instructions was very easy, I already made 2! 😉
Now the Clare Coat and the Jenny Overalls are on my next project list!!!

K
K.H.
A lovely wrap skirt

I adore this pattern. I made View B, as I was really drawn to the asymmetric wrap and pocket which was so unique. It was easy to sew, great for a beginner like me. It was simple to fit too as the wrap could be easily adjusted. The fabric I chose was a busy floral pattern, so I added some trim to highlight the wrap and pocket. I have a couple more photos on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/CGc0PRkFxLO/

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M.S.

I love this skirt! Made the simple version, I needed to size down the waist finally . I lenghthened it mid-calves. Next time I will reduce the fullness a little bit. Instructions are very clear AS USUAL!!!!
Thank you for these wonderful patterns!!!

T
T.P.
Favourite Skirt, View C

I had been on the look out for a skirt I would actually be able to wear that as I need a waistband but that was fun and wearable with a toddler. This one was the winner when I also saw I only needed 2 metres of fabric for View C. I made it up in a washed cotton and it was love. Such an enjoyable sew. I'm not a beginner anymore but I definitely think with the fantastic instructions that this is beginner friendly as well.

T
T.K.
Fiore wrap around skirt

I found this pattern was very true to size and the instructions were easy to follow. I made it from a wool fabric so decided to line it. That was slightly more difficult. Overall the pattern was excellent and inspired me to make more closet core patterns. I plan to make the skirt again as well.

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View A

This was the most complicated garment I had seen when I made it- my first stable waistband, my first invisible zip, and my first time working with a slinky rayon. It’s not perfect, but I enjoyed the process and the skirt is totally wearable. The instructions were great- usually while I’m working on new techniques I google other instructions to compare, but when I made this I only used the instructions that came with it. They were very clear, even for a beginner like me!

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T.B.
My favorite skirt!

I really like it!
A-line skirts are my style, and the fiore, specially the wrap one with the pocket, it’s my favorite!
Following the instructions was very easy, I already made 2! 😉
Now the Clare Coat and the Jenny Overalls are on my next project list!!!

K
K.H.
A lovely wrap skirt

I adore this pattern. I made View B, as I was really drawn to the asymmetric wrap and pocket which was so unique. It was easy to sew, great for a beginner like me. It was simple to fit too as the wrap could be easily adjusted. The fabric I chose was a busy floral pattern, so I added some trim to highlight the wrap and pocket. I have a couple more photos on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/CGc0PRkFxLO/

M
M.S.

I love this skirt! Made the simple version, I needed to size down the waist finally . I lenghthened it mid-calves. Next time I will reduce the fullness a little bit. Instructions are very clear AS USUAL!!!!
Thank you for these wonderful patterns!!!

T
T.P.
Favourite Skirt, View C

I had been on the look out for a skirt I would actually be able to wear that as I need a waistband but that was fun and wearable with a toddler. This one was the winner when I also saw I only needed 2 metres of fabric for View C. I made it up in a washed cotton and it was love. Such an enjoyable sew. I'm not a beginner anymore but I definitely think with the fantastic instructions that this is beginner friendly as well.

T
T.K.
Fiore wrap around skirt

I found this pattern was very true to size and the instructions were easy to follow. I made it from a wool fabric so decided to line it. That was slightly more difficult. Overall the pattern was excellent and inspired me to make more closet core patterns. I plan to make the skirt again as well.