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*This is the classic paper pattern version; 
for the p
rint-at-home version in letter size
paper click here;
for the print-at-home
version in A4 size paper click here.
A modern classic with a super-chic silhouette, this fab paneled 
Skirt is designed for firm but
drape-y skirt-weight fabrics like
heavy crepe,
washed linen, heavy sueded silk, soft twill,
bottom-weight rayon and soft, heavy cottons.

Gently flared A-line paneled unlined Skirt has a self-lined,
shaped waist yoke that sits at the
natural waist, plus an invisible
side seam
zipper closure. Skirt features a deep inverted
crescent-shaped hem-band, and finishes just below the knee
at the center front & back; the
sides are slightly longer.

Topstitch detail along
the panel and hem-band seams is optional.

This gorgeous skirt is a year-round wardrobe essential, perfect if
you want something that’s
easy to wear as well as chic, modern and
super-flattering. Your Lantern Skirt looks greatworn with a flat or low
heel or a cool modern

It will look fabulous paired with a
cleverly-cut twisted & draped
knit top, but also
think about wearing it with a cropped fitted
jacket and a simple tank, with graphic jewelry and a simple clutch
 to complete the look.

Shopping List

For sizes 6-8-10-12-14-16 you’ll need around 2 3/8 yards / 218cm fabric;
For sizes 18-20-22-24-26 you’ll need around 2 3/4 yards/ 225cm fabric.
You’ll also need about 1/4 yard/ 23 cm fusible interfacing, plus 1 x 8” / 20 cm
 invisible zipper; all fabric amounts are for 60”/150cm wide fabric.
7 Reviews
  • 5
    Best in all

    Published by Unknown on 27th Aug 2019

    Great pattern nice fit superb directions

  • 5
    Just my style...

    Published by Amy on 11th Oct 2016

    As soon as I saw this pattern, I knew I had to have it. It came together easily, and for once, I had no issues with the zipper, and that looks perfect. This fits me great and fits into my wardrobe well. I made it in 100% European linen from fabrics.com and I love the way that skirt drapes with this fabric. However, after I wore it once, there was some fading around the lap crease area - this is entirely a defect of the fabric. I will probably have to dye the skirt to correct that. So, I recommend linen, but maybe not that linen. I don't recall having issues interpreting the pattern instructions.

  • 4
    Brilliant for Summer Breezes!

    Published by Nadine Weaver on 8th Feb 2016

    I made this in calico as my test sample. I realised that I need more practice on Blind Zips! Easy to make, comfortable to wear, will be making a few of these for myself and sisters. I might, though, cut the bottom section in two pairs (one in fabric, the other in a light lining fabric) and treat the bottom as I would the waist-band; enclosed. Again - I can't wait to make the next one, then the next one...

  • 4
    Unique and chic

    Published by Chera Cruickshank on 19th Sep 2015

    The Lantern skirt is a very unique shape, and I was looking for a skirt with interesting design details. This pattern fit those criteria well. The pattern has just four pieces: CF/CB, SF/SB, waistband and hem band, so is quick to trace, cut and assemble. One quibble: the hem on the hem band is not addressed in the instructions. I did my thing and hemmed it with 1,5cm (5/8 inch) allowance, which worked well enough, although I tend to prefer a deeper hem.

    My muslin went together well, and my alterations were of length (I am non-tall and removed 10cm/4 inches) from the main skirt pieces and some reduction at the waist to fit. I liked the width of the hem band and wanted it to start at knee level. I also added a lining, using the main skirt pieces, which makes it a funny shape! Next time, I will level the hem of those pieces. I used a gorgeous black linen and love my new skirt! I received many compliments due to the unique (and chic!) shape of the skirt. I am looking in my fabric stash (and, if I'm honest, in the shops!) for a good print to try for my next iteration. Highly recommended!

  • 4
    Love this shape

    Published by Unknown on 24th Jun 2015

    Relatively an easy pattern however pattern instructions were not the easiest to follow. I am an experienced sewer however It was my first time sewing a Hot pattern.

  • 5
    LOVE this easy, fabulous skirt pattern

    Published by Melissa Brown on 13th Aug 2013

    After an initial brain fart, I figured out this simple elegant pattern and quickly made two amazing skirts. Love them!

  • 4
    Fast and Fabulous Lantern skirt

    Published by Elizabeth Bracy on 22nd Jun 2013

    I love this skirt! It was fairly easy to make, and looks great on. This is the first time I have successfully finished a Hot Patterns design!

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