This was supposed to be easy.
I had made this pattern once before and had very few slip-ups. Surely this one couldn’t have been much more complicated, right? It wasn’t, I was just obviously not on my A-game. I spend HOURS trying to fix the hem, because somehow, even after all that careful measuring, I ended up with one side being 6 INCHES longer than the other. How does that even happen?
Of course I didn’t realise the length difference until I had finished hemming the entire thing and put it on. Good job, Sarah.
But after I went to bed and finished the job the next morning, I found the fix relatively simple, and was done in just a few minutes. The result? A comfy, classy, cozy flannel skirt with gold buttons(!) perfect for a winter in Maine. Also, it’s lined!