Having found the best place for my tiers to land, proportionally, I decided to *write down the math* that I do each and every time I make a tiered skirt in a notebook (!) so that I don’t have to reinvent the wheel every time I crank one out. (I had some time waiting for the kids to get out of swimming lessons).
Not like it’s complicated, but I redo it every time, and it’s silly. This will work for any width of fabric, as long as I switch out the top tier (which is very small and takes little fabric) as needed. (The above is for some very lightweight cotton gauze, so it has a inner half-lining, normally my skirts don’t require that).
I have three tiered skirts that have been waiting to be made up for ev er, and I’d like to get them done. There are minor differences… but I’ll get to those when I have something to show you!