Skirt Fitting Problems

There are 3 major problems with fit in skirts.

There may well be more problematic details, but these are the 3 major that can be so annoying that you actually don’t really bother going into skirts, even if you think they’re attractive, when you see them on the other.

If you have experienced just one of the 3 problems, when you’ve tried to sew skirts for yourself, I can actually understand, if you have given up or are close to doing so.

But there is a solution to your problem with skirts!

There are actually several solutions, but I think the one I have for you is the smartest.

Before you get the solution, however, we must just look a little closer at the 3 problems.

Problem no. 1 with the fit in skirts

The first problem is hip width.

If the hip length is too large, so you get easily “ridebukselår” and who can get folds and bags across the skirt, which is not very flattering.

Is hip length reverse too small so that it can first be difficult to get the skirt on and/or to sit in it.

And secondly, it can give you a fairly flat buttocks, or “wrinkles” in the front piece that points so clearly on even the slightest hint of a pot belly, that you only want to go into the skirt, if there is a long blouse in addition to. And it is a shame!

But don’t worry, the problem resolves itself, just a little.

Problem no. 2 with the fit in skirts

The second problem is the balance.

If the balance of the skirt is not working, so will the tip either in advance or in arrears. It gives ugly folds in the skirt, and it may appear as if you’re about to stumble in the or it is by pushing the legs out from under you.

The balance can easily be skewed, even if there is enough space in the skirt, so you may well have skirts as you can be in and go in, but just “something” is wrong in it and some creases, you can’t figure out which comes from and how to get rid of.

The problem resolves itself also right around a little.

Problem no. 3 with fit in skirts

The last great problem is the placement of the incision.

Incision has a single task, and it is shaping the clothes around the body. They do this by removing the fabric in a triangle pointing towards the spots on the body, there is “top”. In skirts ending incision where gluteal is greatest on the back panel, and on the front piece, it is at the hip bones.

But there is a difference in how our butts look like and where they take up the most. The same applies to the location of our hip bone, which is completely individual.

That is why we cannot always count on the incision may be placed after a standard pattern. They must always be checked and adjusted so that they come to fit to the body.

The problem with incision resolves itself also right around a little.

The solution to the problem of fit in skirts

It may well be possible an organisation buy patterns, so they fit better. But it can be a laborious game. And if you’re one of those — more and more — that seems pattern design is exciting, and like yourself will determine how your skirts should look like, then I have the perfect solution for you!

I have created an online coursethat guides you from start to finish through making a personal reason to skirt pattern for your own goals, sew a test model and customize it.

Once you’ve done it, so is there in the course a module with design developments, you can make out from your basic pattern. You will learn a variety of techniques that you can use as I have done in the course or combine criss-crossing to a myriad of new skirts. Module with design developments will be updated with new skirts several times a year, so that constantly new techniques and combinations.

How to get rid of the 3 major nederdels problems

We need just a little back to the 3 nederdels problems. For it is a little silly to design new skirts and develop new patterns, before the basic pattern is in place, and the fit in it is quite sharp.

In the online course teaches you to take aim at yourself, and to translate them into a basic pattern that fits your body. And the solutions on the 3 major nederdels problems are built into the process, so they virtually disappear like snow in the sun before you even reached the module on adaptation.

Solution no. 1:

When you make a basic pattern from scratch, do you take as a starting point in your hoftemål. The entire pattern is built up on the hip objective so that it is ending with skirts that are so small that you can only have it on for receptions, where you are stone sure you should stand up throughout the evening. And too many skirts do you get only if you cut corners really much with your measurements.

Solution no. 2:

There are some calculations in the design (don’t worry, they are in no ways difficult. I can count them out, so that you can too), which ensures that you get the design your taljelinje after the body, and that the balance is going to fit – for the most part without further adaptation.

Solution no. 3:

The location of the incision also takes its starting point in your goals and calculations which determine whether you could possibly need for incisions. There are many who actually should not have incisions in the body, and as soon as they have a pattern that is designed to exclude incision in front, so they don’t actually have more problems with skirts. Maybe you are also one of them? I am – when I use my basic pattern without incisions in front of I see 5 kg. easier out in most fabric, and topmaven disappear (or, it does not. But you see it not, and it counts so too).

When you follow the instructions in the online course, you’ll have skirts that sit just as well as the 2 including sitting on me: