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A nice easy way to make a screen accurate copy of Stocking's school wear in PSwG. Never settle for "good enough" plaids again.
Now you can have the exact pattern.
Pleated skirts are generally done by measuring where you want the skirt to lay, multiply that number by 3, then divide that number by 36 for yardage needed.
A 26" waist needs 78" of fabric.
78 divided by 36 equals 2.
2 yards are needed.
With a width of 42" wide you could get two skirts out of it depending on the length needed.
The more industrious sewer could use 1yd by cutting lengthwise and sewing the ends together.
Stocking's skirt is BOX PLEATED