This is one of those pieces that will get worn all the time. It is fitted at the hips and skims down to flare out above the knee.
This is a nice length for this area, since I can wear it in the winter with tights underneath and boots. It will still show my boots, and not get in the snow. It is just these pattern pieces, and simple construction. Sew the sides of the waistline together, and fold in half. Attach all the gore pieces together, and top-stitch, if desired (I didn’t do it on this one). Attach the waist to the bottoms. Hem. Done!
I didn’t have enough length to get all four gores out of it, so it has a seam down the back for the last gore. It takes a good 2.5 yards of fabric for this…more if it is a directional print.
It is easy to walk around in, so just a comfy, stretchy skirt. I made another one last week, but it was to match a top in a pattern test that will be wrapped up by next week. It is just such a nice quick sew!
The top here is one I made many years ago, and have a tutorial on how I drafted and put it together.