Here’s the thing: the simple fact that I’m in a hurry does not make me any less hyphenated. I still like finished seams, but I’m willing to take the faster options. ;)
Now, you probably noticed that this is looking really rumpled. I haven’t ironed anything yet. Part of sewing fast is knowing when to do what so you don’t have to redo anything. If I’d ironed the pieces after they were cut (or, heavens forbid, ironed the fabric before cutting), I would still have to iron it again right now so I could get all the seam allowances between the pseudo-gusset and the gore working the right directions. So…. I just saved all of it for now.
Remember how you had to control the bias stretch when you sewed the first side of the gore? You’ll have to do the same thing with this side.
Now, trim your seam allowances, including anything wonky that makes it look like you can’t sew straight. (Trimming seam allowances well is a great way to look like you sew well… Just make the ugly go away. ;) ) Zig-zag over the seam allowances and hem to seal them.
Next: the Cuffs