During the height of Covid my daughter wanted to sew a skirt, but she’s a beginner and needed my help, and she lives 100 miles away. We decided to do a sew-along, where we each made the same skirt, over Zoom.
I conveniently had a document camera, since I was teaching from home, which I set up over my work space.
I drafted a pleated skirt to fit her measurements–no pattern required, just measuring and marking. It has a side opening in the pocket. I emailed her a pdf of the pocket pattern to print out at her end. Technology is a wonderful thing.
The one she made.
The one I made.