Sarah-Dippity is a skirt. It is also a guide on how to combine woven and hand knit panels to make a custom garment as flexible and fun to make as it is to wear.
These instructions make a number of assumptions—not least, that you know how to weave, knit, and stitch with needle and yarn. Happily, the Sarah-Dippity is super flexible (as garment and idea), and thus a vehicle for experimentation no matter what your level of expertise. Those with tailoring experience might fancy things up. Others will prefer simplicity. Please your self—please! There are so many ways to do things that I cannot pick just one. If you can find the right scarf-shaped object, you don't even need to weave. Cloth and humans, evolving as they have together, are both wonderfully adaptable.