|I have made this up twice for one daughter, when in London recently. The first was in a plain fabric, and then this patterned linen blend from Stone Fabrics in the UK.|
The design is easy to replicate if you want to draft something similar, and I have put some information about how to do this on a blog post, link at the end of this review. You just need a straight skirt pattern or skirt block which fits you to start the adaptation or draft.
It has a diagonal yoke and a fairly full flare from this. The yoke gives a smoother, more fitted look to the top part.
Construction of this style is very straightforward, there are no darts, the waist faces back with the lining, the hem is top stitched. If you start with a skirt which fits, there shouldn't be a fitting issue with the draft.
I bought the fabric with a couple of others, intending to make a shift dress, but when it arrived, it seemed to need something swingy to show off the print.
I classed this as easy for beginners. You would need to have made a few things first, in order to be able to work out your own method, but there are no particular pitfalls I can think of.
Conclusion, nice skirt, quick and simple, and easy to wear. Blog post