I am very very new to sewing and, perhaps too ambitiously, have started making a pencil skirt for my girlfriend.
I am making, or attempting to make, houndstooth skirt and am hoping its a relatively straight-forward process to shift the box-pleat from front to back.
Is there anything I really need to watch out for? Or is it as straight-forward as I’m hoping.
To tell you the truth I’m not really sure what I’m asking for … hopefully it sort of makes some sort of crude sense.
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