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Tibetan Chupa & Wrap Skirt Pattern - by Folkwear

Tibetan Chupa & Wrap Skirt Pattern - by Folkwear
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This wrapped jumper has a centuries-long history in Tibet. The Chupa features an asymmetrical wrap front, wide neckband, and simple faced armholes. Both the Chupa and Chupa-inspired skirt have unique side extensions that wrap around the back to tie in front. The resulting silhouette is slim, yet the extensions enable enough leg room to make walking easier than most wrap skirts. Suggested fabrics: Medium-weight cottons and blends such as denim, corduroy, velveteen, and poplin; medium-weight linen; medium-weight wool such as flannel, gabardine, and tweeds; medium-weight silk such as noil or tussah. Fabric requirements: Long Chupa - 3 3/4 yd for XS-S, 4 1/4 yd for M - L; Short Chupa - 3 1/4 yd for XS - S, 3 3/4 yd for M - L; Long Skirt - 2 5/8 yd for XS - M, 3 yd for L - XL; Short Skirt - 2 3/8 yd for XS - S, 2 1/2 yd for M - XL. Measurements for 45" wide fabric.

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