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Pareo skirts originate from Polynesia and were mainly worn by women, although men also wore something similar. They were pieces of cloth that were worn around the body and tied in a knot. Something very simple. Currently you can find them in many different ways and with very varied designs, more sophisticated or more informal but all equally comfortable.
Currently we live at a speed that although we do not like to go so fast, what we need is to be practical and get to the point, so everything that is comfortable and easy to wear clothing will occupy number one in our closet. Depending on the use you want to give it, that more elegant or sportier touch, you can decide for yourself depending on the fabric you are going to use and I assure you that this pattern has a lot of room for manoeuvre.
Go ahead and sew the pattern for the Thai pareo skirt. I can assure you that you will enjoy the whole process and I won't tell you anything with the result. Check it yourself and tell me later.
¿Do you sew the skirt with me?I accompany you throughout the making process with a video tutorial where step by step we will sew together the pattern of the Thai skirt.
What do you need?
- What am i downloading? (see more).
- Para este modelo te recomendamos que uses tejidos de grosor medio
- La cantidad de tela que te sugerimos se refiere a la talla más grande (talla 44):
- Cantidad de tela estimada: 2 m.
- 2 cierres tipo snap o corchetes.
- Normal sewing tools (tape measure, scissors, pins, paper...).
How do i take the measurements?
The main measurements of this model is the waistline. Check the measurement charts in the photo gallery.