I traced this pattern off in December but decided I had to have it after I saw Karen's review. I love her skirt. I
The side shaping is almost obscene. It's not tight when it's on but I would surely say this is fitted.
I lined the inside with a mystery Grandma Rinnie silky blue fabric. It acts like polyester.
This is the topstitching I added to the back. I used a cream colored embroidery thread.
Here's the bottom of the left front side. The seam travels in a cork screw. It starts at the fly front, goes off to the right, goes under the butt, and travels back around to the front and ends at the bottom of the left hem.
Here's an inside shot. I don't like to serge the inside of wool crepe because it adds enough bulk that it shows through with ironing. When you do something like this with a lot of curves you have to make sure you clip all the curves so you can get the front nice and flat.
This is a wool crepe that was an ugly brown/gray color. I dyed it to this fun grape color when I made this dress. It used to match my carpet.