Have you had fun playing with the all-in-one patterns from last week? I didn’t process the red one because it seems you could figure it out easily enough if you cut one in quarter or half scale. Judging from comments, most people agree the hole in the center of that one is for the neck. Danielle posted an illustration of both if that helps you visualize. Owing to my own bias, my idea was the slit was a seam at center back but there’s no reason it couldn’t be its opposite as Danielle showed.
The purple one more closely resembles a Rorschach test than a garment pattern. Britannica and Brina have decided this one is a jumpsuit (Brina’s sketch). In the interests of intellectual honesty, I didn’t read their comments until after I came up with my own rendition so I’ll have to go back and play with their idea since I came up with a dress.
Hopefully you can follow along with the brief notations. I think that there is a twist at center front, right moves left, left moves right and the wider pink seam is gathered to join the shorter pink one. There’s no real way to know until someone cuts one of these in smaller scale and bastes it together. Hopefully someone will do that and enlighten us all. Either way, it’s been fun, no?