When making a simple skirt, should the CF or CB length be the same length as the side seams?
for instance, if you want the skirt to be 18" long, should this measurement be 18" at CF and at the side seams, and then you curve it to match? Or do you allow the side seams to be slightly longer? I Have noticed on some blocks that the bottom is square, and therefore the side seam measurment tends to be longer. is this just for block reasons..
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