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By Hand London

BHL Draft It Yourself - Skirt Bundle


BHL Draft It Yourself - Skirt Bundle

Sizing Chart


*These instruction booklets are available as PDF downloads.

This is not a traditional sewing pattern, you will learn how to draft the pattern yourself to your own measurements - please read all about the BHL Draft It Yourself collection here

We will teach you how to draft and fit these bespoke patterns to your measurements, and sew it all together.


A gloriously twirly skirt featuring a high waisted straight sheath underskirt and three circle peplums over the top. 


A gathered skirt with a difference - cascading tucks all the way down the skirt add texture and structure, plus the cute waistband that ties in back will have you all a flutter!


A half circle wrap skirt with a gathered circular hem frill and long waist ties. This project can be made in just a few short hours, and is guaranteed to have you twirling and swishing the moment you put it on! 

♥️ Nerissa wears floral viscose; fabric from Rainbow Fabrics.
♥️ Jennifer wears Nerida Hansen Nana's Quilt Cotton; fabric from Sister Mintaka.
♥️ Mattie wears mint Nylon Tulle; fabric from Sister Mintaka.

Circle Peplum Skirt - Stable wovens with body and drape will give you maximum results! Cotton sateen, silk satin, linen, flannel, jacquard, lightweight denim.

Gathered Tuck Skirt - Lightweight stable wovens will work best for this skirt. Quilting cotton, cotton lawn, shirting, lightweight linen and organza will enable you to get the best results with all the tucks.

Ruffle Hem Wrap Skirt - A multitude of woven fabrics will work beautifully for this project. Light to medium weight cottons, drapey silks and viscose and soft linens are all excellent options.


  • Your fabric
  • Matching thread
  • String
  • Tape measure
  • Pattern paper - dot and cross or Swedish tracing paper
  • Patternmaster or French Curve
  • Our circle skirt calculator
  • 8-10" invisible zipper
  • A hook & eye
  • Loop turner
  • Your usual tools and sewing supplies