I’m planning to sew a skirt from an older burdastyle issue (9/2008, Mod.124).
It has got beautiful pleatsmainly in the middle front and the same pleats on the back piece (it’s the same piece for front and back).
Now…I do not want to have ‘middle pleats’ at the back, just a simple non-pleated backskirt that fits to the front skirt and waistband properly.
I’m thinking about achieving a simple back piece by measuring and fitting but are there any extras I should take care of?
From the patterns on here this one comes closest to it:
I would appreciate any comments, Thank you!
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