Recommended fabrics: wool or semi-wool, combined suit material.
You will need: wool crepe; lining; fusible interfacing; zipper; 1 button.
Attention! Fabric consumption varies depending on the size of garment. First of all, print out paper patterns and lay them out at the width of fabric/ knit you plan to use, to see how much fabric you will need.
When sewing the garment, pay attention to notches- they must coincide.
1. Front panel - 1 folded detail
2. Back panel - 2 details
3. Waistband - 1 detail
Front panel - 1 folded detail
Back panel - 2 details
Fusible interfacing: reinforce the waistband with interfacing.
1. Reinforce the waistband with fusible interfacing (press thermal interfacing on the wrong side with hot iron).
2. Sew darts into front and back panels and press toward center.
3. Sew back center seam between zipper and vent marks. Press slit edges. Topstitch zipper under upper slit edges that teeth are covered.
4. Sew side seams.
5. Sew darts and seams of lining panels. Pull lining into the fabric skirt left sides together. Fold under the closure allowance and sew to zipper band. Tack the lining along waistline edge.
5. Fold the waistband along the center and topstitch ends and closure allowance. Fold under the seam allowance of the open waistband edge overlapping the joining seam and topstitch closely along the edge. Work the button hole.
6. Sew the hem. Press the one-piece facing of vent (left back panel) on bent line to the left side and sew to hemline. Topstitch the longitudinal side of vent allowance (right back panel) as narrow as possible. Topstitch the left back panel on the top of vent by diagonal catching vent allowance.
7. Undersew the lining so that it is 2 cm (3/4") shorter than fabric skirt. Fold under the slit allowance and sew near the vent.