Hayley – A Ladies’ High Low Skirt Sewing Pattern

(10 customer reviews)

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  • Flowy and fabulous, super easy, five-panel skirt sewing pattern!
  • Simply beautiful and extremely flattering
  • High-low hem with a billowy train effect at the back
  • Elasticated back waist with optional sash
  • Suitable for woven fabrics
  • Perfect for beginner sewistas
  • Pattern pieces and full tutorials with step-by-step instructions
  • Ladies’ sizes XXS to 5XL
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Flowy and fabulous, the ladies high low skirt sewing pattern gives you HIGH impact with LOW effort! It’s got maximum wow factor and is a really quick and easy sew!

With the Hayley you get a five-panel skirt with an elasticated back waist and a brilliantly billowy back train! Even better… you can add POCKETS! And a sash that you can tie in the front or the back. And it looks fab with the free Toronto Tee!

Gallery –

See images from Instagram below. Or view our full tester galleries on our Facebook page here: Hayley High Low

Skill Level


Sizes –

Pattern includes ladies’ sizes XXS to 5XL. See the size chart in the gallery above.

Options –

Add pockets and/ or a sash that can be tied to the front or back for different looks

Ideas –

Consider adding a high low petticoat for extra puffiness for formal wearing!

Fabrics –

The Hayley high low skirt can be made from nearly any medium-weight woven fabric. If you use a stiffer fabric, the skirt will ‘puff’ out more. If you use a softer fabric with more drape, the skirt will swish more. Some excellent suggestions are cotton, linen, taffeta, bubble crepe, crepe de chine, rayon, viscose, duchess satin, crepe satin, cotton drill, cotton lawn, or velvet. If you use a fabric with a print or nap such as velvet, remember to cut all pieces in the same direction and to allow extra fabric for this.

See the fabric requirements in the gallery above for yardage. A serger/ overlocker is optional but NOT required.

Format –

This trim-free pattern is a downloadable PDF and comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes. An A0 format (pattern pieces only) is also included should you wish to have your pattern printed professionally. PDF Layers allow you to select and print only the size/s you want.

Support –

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Reviews (10)

10 reviews for Hayley – A Ladies’ High Low Skirt Sewing Pattern

  1. Dani Arthur

    My new favorite skirt to wear! Choosing a beautiful flowing rayon fabric really makes it a perfect everyday skirt that can be dressed up or down! I have worn it for parties and to school drop off and pick up! I took my time cutting the rayon, doing french seams and pressing the hem and it really ended up with a perfect drape and finish. I really love the Hayley High-Low!

  2. Franchesca Delgado Garced

    I felt I was able to put this pattern together very quickly, and really loved the final results. I‘ll probably be wearing it a lot this summer.

  3. Leigha Lawlor

    Easy pattern to sew up even with the optional extra of the pockets.
    Straight forward instructions with great picture guides, perfect for beginner sewista’s

  4. Chubs Pineda

    The instructions were easy to follow and loved the finer details of the French seams for the Hi-Lo skirt. This is a fun sew and the finished product it wonderful

  5. Corrine Smith

    This skirt was SO quick and easy. A few straight seams, an elastic-back waistband, and a simple hem, and that’s it!

    I chose a warm rust color for my fabric. I am obsessed with the muted boho color scheme that is so popular lately. I love the simple natural colors and light feel. This skirt fits the bill: perfect for this hot Georgia spring and summer, but still allows me to only shave up to my knees!

    I wore my skirt grocery shopping after I finished it, and a woman stopped me to compliment me on my skirt. I was so excited to tell her that I actually had just made it myself!

  6. Virginie Bissinger

    It is a very easy sewing for a maximum of gorgeousness. It is a bit long sewing due to the hem but it’s so worth it! This sewing is perfect for beginners but with a stunning result. I love french seams and pockets (of course) of this garment. This skirt suits to all shapes and sizes. I’ll make one in wax for sure.

  7. Genevieve Lynne Grossmann

    I really enjoyed this sew – it has such a pretty result but is fun and quick. There are so many variations one can do with this pattern.

  8. Brittney McCann

    This dress has so many options! I made the short sleeve, scoop neck, three tiered version. I was able to use my serger for the majority of the sewing and that made this a quick sew.

  9. Carrie Wilson

    What a sweet and comfortable dress. It truly feels like it could be worn all day and I’m not a dress person! Very flattering and I love the gathered skirt.

  10. Beth Barton

    Such a sweet vintage neckline on this dress! I had to shorten the neckband considerably to get it to lay flat, and the bodice could’ve been extended a few inches to accommodate a full bust, but this is a beautifully simple, unfussy pattern that makes a lovely summer dress.

    Allow plenty of time for gathering, and be aware that if you would like to make the middle skirt tier sheer, the first tier edge falls very high; you might want to extend that and then shorten the next few tiers.

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