Right about now I don’t know whether I am in shock and somewhat dense from seeing the horrible scarring on my leg and ankle after the cast was removed resulting from severe breakage last February and the need to have something long to wear to a wedding shower on this coming Saturday, or if I just cannot count!
So, the question I have about the 2-Hr Gypsy Skirt, which I plan to make to wear to the shower is how are all of you dividing up the quadrants. The directions in the magazine did not seem clear. In that regard, after taking your waist and hip measurement, and then using the largest measurement, how does one know how much to go up or down to get the required fullness in the skirt? I think I know enough not to go up in width when moving toward the waist, and that I need to add to the width going down toward the hem, as well as, I need to add more depth to the quadrants to get the desired length, but again, in what increments does one add and subtract to get balanced fullness in the skirt?
I’m looking forward to your input and help with my newest sewing dilemma.