Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Simple Skirts - No Pattern Required

I made 2 really simple skirts. 

The first one is a knit maxi. I cut 2 rectangles to total a little bigger than my hip measurement & long enough to hem and add an elastic waist casing.  Next time, I will make it one piece with the seam up the back & leave a walking slit.  I've worn this to work & it is super comfortable, and I love the floral print.

Next up is a skirt I made from a cotton woven remnant I found in my stash.  Same method as the first except I made it a little bigger since it's a woven & has no stretch.  And since it wasn't quite long enough, I added a piece of gathered eyelet to the hemline, also found in my stash. Yellow is one of my favorite colors & I love the old-fashioned look of the fabric combined with the eyelet.  I haven't worn this yet, but I'm sure it'll be cool for these hot days we've been having.


  1. Your skirts are beautiful!!! I love maxi skirts and I love how you made them from 2 rectangles...so easy...thank you!

  2. Very nice! I just love maxi skirts, they are so cool and comfortable to wear. I love your fabric choices too :)

    Thanks so much for your comment on my blog

  3. Your skirts are so summery. I'm in love with those big flowers on the first one.

  4. I love the second skirt . So very floral and nice.Came across your blog from PR handbag contest:)

  5. Thanks for your comments. I'm new at this blog thing & it's nice to know someone's reading :)


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