Julia — Linen Wrap Tops and Tiered Skirts

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The six pieces in the Julia collection are inspired by the romantic allure of a full-volume, three-tiered maxi skirt. Mix it up by using contrast fabric for each tier or shorten the length to two tiers and add front patch pockets for a fun on-the-go look.  Pair it with the included cropped wrap top, with two sleeve options or go sleeveless.

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- 1:1 fit and pattern consultation with our in-house pattern maker and fit expert.
- The latest in sizing. We use up-to-date technology and body shape data to get you a better fit.
- Professional clothing construction techniques. Developed by industry insiders with 100 years of shared experience.
- Illustrated instructional booklet to get you from start to finish. Written with the beginner in mind.
- Comes printed on crease-free, rolled plotting paper. Professional quality.
- Your pattern comes with only the sizes you requested printed in vibrant colors. Less clutter for easier cutting.
- Complimentary pattern storage tube and pattern hook.
- Pattern card for easy reference.
- Sew for your business? The pattern license is free with purchase.

Pattern specifications:

Type: Paper Pattern
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner
Design Variations: 6
Sizes: 2 to 8, 10 to 16, 18 to 24
Illustrations: Yes
Instructions: Yes

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Customer Questions and Answers


Should I take a high body measurement for the bust or full bust measurement for the bust. I've never sewn a fabric store pattern before. Thank you!

Roshanda • September 15, 2022
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The listed body measurements are for the full bust. This is based on a B-cup at sizes 2-16 and a D-cup for sizes 18-24. If your bust size differs from these cup sizes take your high bust measurement and add 2" for a B-cup and 4" for a D-cup and use that measurement in place of your full bust. You may need to adjust the pattern if this is the case.

Lauren • September 15, 2022
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Nice idea not Practical!

I love your patterns but not so much the booklet its not practical and the price of the patterns it should come cut out already or perferated . the instructions should be on a ring so one, could easily flip through the instructions. I tell trying to put the pattern pieces back in the roll is challenging but i can deal with that. Thank you.

Debbie • August 15, 2022
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most spectacular pattern experience

I like to call this a good foundation pattern. It is a great advanced beginner-friendly pattern. In addition, it also provides you with a base to hack, alter and modify into a set that works for you. For example, you can shorten the bottom tier to make it a midi skirt or add volume to a sleeve to make a puff sleeve. You can also pair the set separately with jeans, shorts or a simple t-shirt to build on that holiday capsule wardrobe. I am looking forward to living in these comfy separates all summer long!

Dilakshi • July 20, 2022
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Another fun pattern. Highly recommend.

I was a bit hesitant to buy this pattern as I didn't know if was age appropriate for a middle age woman, but I love it. The wrap top and skirt are easy to make thanks to the excellent directions. I enjoy wearing the short, two-tier skirt (shown in IL019 mid weight Wisteria) with the LB Pullover top from Paper Theory (shown in 4C22 Bleached heavy weight linen). I am 5'5" and the length falls just below my knees. I like wearing the wrap top with the Akira pant and with jeans.

Dana • March 22, 2022
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Mariann profile image I LOVE this top

Firstly, I have to say the drafting of the Fabrics Store patterns is exemplary. This is the 4th purchased F-S pattern I have made this Spring/Summer and am always delighted to find that things line up and very few adjustments every have to be made. When I do, it is a result of my lack of care in tracing or cutting. My first make of the Julia pattern set is a sleeveless version in the gloriously dark Dress Blue Softened IL019. From 3 yards I was able to cut 1 pair of Anna Allen Clothing Pomona pants (as calf length) I pair of the same patter as shorts, both size 14 (for hips) and a size 10 Julia top. My intent was to emulate the so popular jumpsuit look without actually being a jumpsuit. I finished the pants weeks ago but had not yet progressed to the top. Finished it this morning and it is WONDERFUL. I like the dress blue so much, I have ordered more in hopes the dye will match. I may make a wrap shirt and a mid-sleeve top to extend the season. I am definitely making more Julia tops, might lengthen a bit, I am absolutely planning to make more Julia/bottom combos. Love the look.

Mariann • September 14, 2021
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Clara profile image Can't wait (but i have to)

Love the looks in this pattern, but it's not first on the list; I'm booked several projects ahead. Excited to get to it though -- I'll update when I've actually made one or two of the garments.

Clara • May 8, 2021
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The JULIA wrap top and tiered skirt collection is a gorgeous duo to make. Both pieces are beginner friendly in their construction and infinitely wearable.

Abby • July 5, 2022

The Julia skirt in mid weight Wisteria and the LB Pullover in Bleached heavy weight linen.

Dana • March 22, 2022

I am, admittedly, a creature of habit. Once I discover a style that works for me, I just add more of it to my wardrobe. This is exactly what happened when I discovered the beauty of a wrap top! For me, nothing beats the wrap top when it comes to comfort and ease. It just so feminine and flattering on any body-type as it hugs your curves in all the right places.

Rima • June 22, 2021

Here is the Julia skirt in midi length coupled with the Charlie top. For the Julia skirt I used Signature Finish Bleached middle weight linen. I took 6 inches off the bottom tier and 3 inches off the middle tier to get to a midi length. I am 5'5" I am very happy with the result! Hardest part is a table big enough to cut the long tiers. Pattern instructions are great as with all your patterns. I have a beautiful skirt with a linen lining (Store bought skirts line with polyester) which I will last all my life! Wonderful

Lisa • May 23, 2021

My love for surplice tops continues as I added the JULIA Wrap Top in FS POTTING SOIL brown linen. This pattern includes so many of my favorite elements; an elegant wrap top, bias binding neckline, and a tie closure along the waistline. Like so many of FS sewing patterns, this pattern is roomy and comfortable but still feels high-end and timeless. The yoke and set sleeve remind me of a classic men's button-down shirt, while the gathers and cropped hem give it a feminine twist. The top tapers slightly and hugs the waist at the perfect spot when paired with a high-rise bottom. I always love the combination of a flowy linen top with structured denim and leather boots.

Morgann • April 22, 2021
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