2-3 yds of fabric
1 7-9 inch zipper
all the usual sewing supplies.....like scissors and thread.
Gather each skirt panel and attach them to the front and back waistbands.
Then sew in the zipper like we did with this skirt. Only, of course, apply the zipper at the top of the waistband because....well, we've already sewn the skirt panels to the waistband (let's see how many times I can say "waistband" in one post shall we?!) Finish up
"code word" top of skirt by folding the lining inside and stitching in place. ( I hand stitched my waistband inside so that I wouldn't have stitching on the outside, but you can do it however you want to)
After that you'll need to make your sash. I cut mine 10" wide by 4X's my waist measurement. With right sides together I folded it lengthwise and sewed along the raw edges....of course I left an opening so that I could turn it right side out......I'm sorry for lack of pics by the way. Somebody, I won't name names, got a tad lazy.
So yeah, turn your sash and stitch the openings.....oh and then hem the bottom.
Ta-da & hoorah!!
this skirt. This Flow-y Bow-y skirt is essentially the same idea only without pockets and buttons, and then adding belt loops and a sash. Have fun, and email me with any questions you might have.