Tahi Skirt & Shrug - PDF DIGITAL DOWNLOAD
Tahi is a two-piece pattern - a woven skirt and a knit shrug that are great worn individually or together!
The Tahi skirt takes inspiration from 1940's designs,featuring assymetric angled panels on the front, a lapped zipper at the centre back, and a slim waistband that sits at the natural waist and fastens in the centre back with a button.
Make the Tahi skirt in a slim A-line cut, or choose flared panels on one side at the front for added drape detail. Prefer simpler skirts? There's a basic slim A-line version of the Tahi skirt to make as well. All three versions of the Tahi skirt can be made in knee-length or maxi-length, and either lined or unlined.
The Tahi shrug also nods back to the 1940's, with its open front, curved hems, and set-in sleeves. There are four sleeve variations to choose from - a short sleeve that puffs out slightly then gathers into a wide band, or a classic narrow sleeve with a lightly-gathered sleeve head that can be made in short, 3/4 or full length. A narrow band around the hem of the Tahi shrug gives an easy, tidy finish.
With a slim fit and shaped side seams, the Tahi shrug is designed to sit well over dresses, blouses and close-fitting tops. A wonderfully versatile garment!
Tahi is suitable for all seasons. Make the knee-length skirt in a tweed with lining, and the shrug with long sleeves in a wool knit for a winter outfit. Or use a cotton or rayon for the skirt and a lace knit for a short-sleeved version of the shrug for summer.
Once the Purchase is complete you will receive an email with the links to download the pattern and instructions
You will receive the A4 Pattern, Instructions and the A0 Print shop File as a zip file.
Muse Patterns are designed by Kat Hardisty in Wellington, New Zealand. A lover of vintage styles, Kat designs modern sewing patterns with interesting style lines and details that are easily wearable and customisable by everyone.