In a moment of inspiration I flicked through the Burdastyle website and found the Marie 'Tulip' skirt, and immediately set to work. As always, Snorky was very helpful with the cutting out and piecing together of the pattern...
|'What? You want me to get off the paper? But I just got comfy!'|
This is actually a pretty easy pattern to put together, but as always, I somehow managed to make it more complicated for myself. I am renowned for jumping in to sewing projects with great gusto, thinking "instructions... bah! I know how to sew a skirt!" As such, I then spent as much time unpicking as I did sewing. After a few hours of fiddling with a bumpy zip, I put the project down, and didn't come back to it until the following weekend.
Stitchers - do you do this too? Jump in, make a mess of it, then spend half your time unpicking? Or are you better behaved, carefully reading the instructions before the cotton is even threaded?