I've now cut out the interlining, as well as the outer layers - I've tweaked the Victorian pattern that I'm using a little - other than the updating to a modern sizing that I'd already done, obviously.
I've raised the centre front a bit, and squared it off, and dropped the top of the centre back. I've rounded off the botton of the CF, and taken the bottom of the CB down to a point. I've also lengthened it very slightly, and shaved a little of the bust space out from the front, to make it a smidge more 'pushy-uppy'.
And this is the result - one half all cut out:
I've cut out most of the bodice now - only the centre front panel remains, with which I'm still experimenting.
And I've cut the satin layer of the skirt too.
This is the bodice - front above, and back below - the back satin and georgette layers are exactly the same - with the front the georgette has a little more allowed for gathering over the bust (I didn't do a separate pattern for this, but just allowed for it when I was marking out before I cut it). On the right of the picture are some strips of georgette that will make up the straps.
The front of the skirt - the dart is deliberately at a funny angle, and it's cut to the fold (the dart is marked with tailor's tacks).
The back of the skirt - again another funny angle for the dart (I like trying out different things). It's marked in chalk here, although I have now used tacks again.
And that's as far as I am so far!