We've just finished drafting a personalised skirt pattern from our own measurements, (with the expert tuition of our textile lecturer Gera of course). This is a shot of me wearing my new custom fitted skirt with the most amazing bound pockets.
What's even more amazing is that I haven't completely lost what remains of my composure after taking three attempts to get the pockets right. The actual 'bound' part worked just great! So great in fact that I was very reluctant to add the pocket part, except that I would've had a skirt with two skinny slits in the front of it (like someone trying to squint). Attempt number one had the pockets joined only to the upper bound section, so that when you put your hand in, you completely missed the pocket altogether........ok if you wanted a bit of a scratch I guess. This is a common mistake I'm told......(the pocket not the scratching). After two more attempts I finally have workable pockets, although I'm not so sure about all those zig-zagged raw edges showing on the inside.
The good thing is, I now have a baseline from which I can only improve!