I have an idea for a dress with a circle skirt. But I want the skirt to be continuous with the bodice (no waist seam) and haven’t seen anything like this on the site to guide me. It’s going to be a simple flowing dress: the bodice will have dolman sleeves and loose bodice that gets gathered at the waist with elastic, then flows continuously into a cirlce skirt (hope that makes sense.) So the front will be one piece and the back will be one piece. How do I go about drafting this?
Thanks so much for your consideration.
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