It isn't easy to follow the point of this argument.
The cuts in her skirts do indicate he cut through her clothing, but her skirts were upside down. Eddowes didn't appear to be wearing underclothes so once her skirts were lifted, and thrown over her chest, as sketched by Foster, then her abdomen & pubic area was exposed.
The knife was apparently thrust into her chest (at the enciform cartilage), through the upturned skirt(s), then dragged down towards the abdomen, which resulted in a 10"? long cut in her skirt(s), and dividing the waist band(s), and then continued across the exposed abdomen to the pubes.
If that is what is being debated here then, yes, this seems to be the case.
But, this is the traditional view, isn't it?, and I was under the impression that Trevor rejects the traditional view.
So, I'm not altogether sure what the plot is in debating these details.
you are right.
I was never talking about the cuts going through the clothing, my issue was on the location of a claimed stab wound.
Trevor then raised the issue of the clothing and the separate stab he claims to the liver.