I'll give you a closer look.....
Can you guess?
Let's just say, I learned about napped fabric.
And I honestly thought I was cutting out the corduroy correctly.
Remember that whole thing about not following directions?
I guess I have trouble following them even when I think I AM.
But that's okay.
There is no such thing as mistakes. We learn from every "so called" error.
And now I will remember always, when I cutting out corduroy, it is NOT okay to just fold the fabric in half widthwise and go for broke.
You must cut on the fold and flip one piece of the fabric around
so the nap matches on both pieces.
And it's all good.
Because I was flashy made sure the pockets were oppositely napped.
Now it is a bit more "homey" and casual instead of classy.
Which is also all good.
Because in the process,
I found my new favorite skirt pattern.
I am making one in every color, including denim.
This Simplicity 4850...I'll add it to the vintage pattern wiki later.