The Duchess Is the Only (FREE) High-Low Skirt Pattern You’ll Ever Need

Holy shmoly it’s time! The Duchess High Low Skirt pattern is finally here! This has been so flipping long in the works. I’m so proud to finally give you this pattern. And – don’t freak out – it’s FREE! Everyone do a happy dance with me!

No more hunting for the perfect high-low skirt pattern. This one comes with several lengths and rises. Plus instructions for both knit and woven fabrics. Not to mention our incredibly inclusive size range (covering sizes XXS-6XL). Grab yours here:

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After perfecting the maxi length, I couldn’t stop. The Duchess now comes in midi and maxi lengths, conservative and dramatic rises (for a truly va-va-voom! effect), and is also suitable for both knit and woven fabrics.

Get the Duchess High Low Skirt for Free!

To celebrate I’ve put The Duchess High-Low Skirt on tour! I’ve partnered with some stellar bloggers to show off The Duchess in all of her glory. Check out the links below to see The Duchess sewn up and showed off with some fun hacks and tutorials to boot. Then, head on over the product page and pick up your copy for free!

The Duchess High Low Skirt Tour

Sewing With Sarah | Diskordia’s Curvy Sewing
Kainara Stitches | Wonderfully Handmade
Seams Sew Lo | Mermaid Mama Designs
Swimming in a Sea of Estrogen | Cookie on The Loose
On Wednesdays we Sew | The Crunchy Mommy

So what are you waiting for? Check out the blog tour list above and get your copy of The Duchess for free!

I originally designed this skirt as a piece of my self-drafted dress for my dear sister to showcase the Bohemian Soul fabric collection I designed.

The biggest difference between this hi-lo skirt and other common varieties is the slope of the hemline. When I was looking for inspiration for the bottom of the dress I came upon this Pinterest photo:

Photo Credit – NEW FREE PEOPLE

I loved how dramatic the slope was from the lowest point of the hemline of the skirt and the top. Instead of a gradual high-low slope all the way around to the back, it drops steeply meeting the ground at the sides instead of the back. I lurved it. So The Duchess was born.

I named her The Duchess after The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton. This skirt is feminine, bold, classy and memorable. Descriptors worthy of The Duchess of Cambridge herself.

Editor’s Note: Want to sew up a beautiful High-low Skirt?  Get the Duchess Pattern!

Want to see more of her first? Check out these amazing versions sewn up by the incredible testing team here.

Like free patterns? Check out our library of free sewing patterns. Only sewing for yourself? Check out our free women’s sewing patterns instead. Or view our free favorites (besides The Duchess) below:

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4 thoughts on “The Duchess Is the Only (FREE) High-Low Skirt Pattern You’ll Ever Need”

  1. I have the duchess pattern but am having difficulty printing it to the correct scale. The test box has a larger box with a smaller one inside. Which one is supposed to be 1”?

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