This skirt was tough to hem because the interlining seemed to stick to the outer fabric and each hem stitch had to be taken very carefully so as not to catch the outer fabric. Other than that, it was really easy to make and fits great. This is going to be a TNT pattern that is made in lots of different fabrics. On some skirts with darts, the darts cause the skirt to stick out unattractively, but these do not do that and are nice and flat.
One interesting technique used in the construction was that the instruction sheet called for gathering threads to be sewn across the top sides from the back darts to the front darts. The excess fabric is eased in when the top facing is applied. I thought this would result in a funny-looking top but it is fine and looks very nice when worn.
The pleated skirt has been tried on and the hem measured, so that will be my next project.