|Yep, French seams can make you feel like singing Stevie Wonder.|
For this dress, I'm only using French seams on the center front and center back skirt seam. This is because there are pockets on the side seams, which would make the process more complicated there. (But it is possible to do French seams with side seam pockets, as you can read here.)
First, start by putting your front skirt sections WRONG sides together. This will feel very weird if you've never done it before. (And, truthfully, even if you have.)
Now, follow the directions in the pictograms! (Yeah, that word definitely doesn't mean what I think it means.) Start by pinning and sewing your seam together with a 3/8" seam allowance. (Oh, and double-click any of the pictograms to see them bigger.)
Now trim this seam allowance down to 1/8".
Crepe Sew-Alongers, do this for the front skirt section and the two back skirt sections. We'll do pockets next time!