Ok, I know I haven’t done the study pics of the other garments yet, but I just found this one today at Goodwill, for $6 stupid, stupid dollars. It is wool twill, unlined, with cotton bias bound seams and a heavy 1.5" cotton grosgrain waste tape. AND it has a 30" waist measured as-is, and has been taken in at the side back seams at least 2". So it is roughly a modern size 10-12. Which means, it will be very simple to draft a pattern that would fit a modern lady. Admittedly it doesn’t currently fit me, although it probably would if I took out the reduction, and certainly would if I had a period-appropriate undergarment. Now, it may not be everyone’s dream to draft an Edwardian walking skirt off an extant garment and then actually be able to wear it, but it is mine, and if you share it, I can help. Since the other garments are A) a little earlier and B) a VERY small size, so more appropriate for general study, I decided this one should get it’s own thread. I absolutely do plan to make a skirt.
And now for pictures.