Ruffled High-Low Skirt Sewing Pattern
$14.50 (or 1 credits)
This five-panel ruffled high low knit skirt pattern is a beginner-friendly statement sew. It features two length options, an optional elastic waistband, optional ruffle, and optional pockets.
Instant download digital sewing pattern. Includes sizes XXS-5XL
• Optional knee or maxi lengths
• Exposed or enclosed elastic waistband
• Optional hem ruffle
• Optional pockets
• Beginner friendly
• Five-panel skirt
• High-low hem
• Packed with pro tips and expert advice
• Includes full size, print-at-home pattern pieces
• Includes step-by-step tutorial with photos
• Instant-download digital sewing pattern
Fabric needs to be a stretch/ knit fabric with 2- or 4-way stretch, with 20% stretch recommended.
Browse suitable fabrics here:
- Elastic - approximately 1.3mt / 1.4 yards will be sufficient for all sizes
- Enclosed elastic OPTION - 3/8 inch wide
- OR Exposed elastic OPTION - any width
- OPTIONAL Ruffle - approximately 2mt / 2.2 yards will be sufficient for all sizes.
- Thread to match.
- Sewing machine
- Pins or clips
- Tape measure or ruler
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How do PDF/ digital patterns work? Simply download, print, and sew. You’ll need a free Adobe Acrobat reader program and any home printer (or a nearby copy shop for A0 printing). Once you’ve printed the pieces, tape or glue them together. You’ll find an easy-to-follow how-to guide inside the pattern instructions, plus support in our Facebook group.
The trim-free pattern comes in A4 or US letter printable sizes and includes full pattern pieces and a detailed tutorial to guide you every step of the way. 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/ need.
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“I really like the impact of the high low hem, especially the maxi length. With an exposed waistband, this is a quick sew and features lots of great swish!”
Buy More Credits
Katie Kennedy –
I really like the impact of the high low hem, especially the maxi length. With an exposed waistband, this is a quick sew and features lots of great swish!
Shona Young –
I adore this skirt. It is so comfortable yet looks stunning. I wore it out the other day for a couple of hours and ha 2 strangers approach me telling me it looked really nice. I have many many more of these planned, the one I have made currently is the knee length without ruffles, next one planned is knee length, with ruffles. Fabulous pattern I can see this being a real staple in my wardrobe for any time of the year.
Lisa Giorcelli –
This is such a gorgeous skirt and so simple and fast to make and it’s so comfortable and easy to wear being made from knit fabric!
Rebekah Homer –
The hi low ruffle skirt was super easy to put together. Simple, and with a couple hours- voila! Fun swishy skirt. I’ll be honest- the ruffle really adds time to the construction- it’s so much ruffle! BUT It’s so much amazing ruffle! Lol! Well worth the extra time. I made mine with a mystery sweater type knit that was actually in my discard pile. I was super excited that I was able to create something fabulous that I love with a wonky low stretch knit. It felt like giving new life to uninspired fabric. Frankly, that’s probably what I love best (other than the swishy swirly factor)- the pattern is very versatile, you can use practically any knit fabric you have on hand.
Sarah Hopkins –
I felt so pretty in this skirt, it’s not my usual style but so glad I tried it. I used the instructions to remove an inch from the length. The instructions to do this looked complicated at first but was really simple and made sense. It’s a fun skirt, I’m going it use mine as a beach cover up!
Sandy Simpson –
I adore skirts with a different hemline and this pattern did not disappoint. I made the knee length skirt without the ruffle and it still twirls fantastically! This is a quick and easy sew and I look forward to making more in bright prints for summer.
Leanne Molini –
Made in a knee length which is the perfect length for a short person.
Malia Pope –
This skirt drapes and flows beautifully. Would have been a super fast sew if not for gathering the ruffle. But I had to have it. Lol. Really comfortable and easy to wear.
Roeshell Arjin McNelis –
I think this skirt is ADORABLE!!!! It was super easy and quick to make. There are multiple options but even the most basic option is beautiful. Definitely follow the measurements to get your skirt size correct.
Amy Joy McDonnell –
Such a great skirt! I made mine with a lightweight stretch material and it is so light and comfortable on hot, summer days. Really quick to sew up and it has optional POCKETS!
Connie Lusto –
This was such a quick sew, and it’s so comfortable to wear. The knee length is great for warm weather in a lightweight knit, and the maxi length would be perfect for cooler weather in a heavier knit and boots. I’ll definitely be making more!
June Chance Butchee –
The High-Low Ruffle skirt is such a quick and easy sew with fabulous results!
José Vernooy Winkel –
This is a very easy sew. Just cut and sew, and you’ll be done under a hour.
Fit is just as described, and the maxi length is phenomenal.
Finished with a narrow rolled hem on my serger, topstitched the top band with the elastic.”