I worked all day today on the flounce. It is no small thing to make a flounce, let me tell you. Look at how funny the pattern looks. The 1st picture shows the flounce that ended up in the trash. I didn't think it was flouncy enough. It was real ruffly at the bottom, but flat up by the shoulder. You know me. I like everything even.
Here are some pics of me modeling the front and back. I pinned the sleeves at the top just to get an idea of how the print was going to look. It is a crazy print. You can cut it to look a dozen different ways. I'm not sure I like how the back turned out. Too much the same. By Monday, I may cut out a new one. Yes, I am THAT picky. I love the extra flounciness of the flounce! Notice the black rolled hem edge. I used my oldest serger for that. I had a feeling that it would be better than the new ones because you change the needle plate and the presser foot. I was right.