The other day I spotted some t-shirts on clearance at Target. I bought a XL men's shirt for $1.50, with the intent to turn it into a simple summer skirt. (What? Summer's almost over? Frankly, I'm in denial.) Here's the final product. (The skirt is the pink and green part - you'll see.)
I took the skirt, aligned the hem at the bottom, and cut off as much as I could. The beauty of using a t-shirt is that you already have a perfect hem at the bottom. All you have to do it gather the top and sew on a waistband.
I thought it would be fun to use a different color for the waistband, giving it a color block look. I made the skirt the same way I made the super simple summer skirt HERE, but I didn't leave the seam exposed this time.
It can be worn folded over with a shirt out....
or unfolded with a shirt tucked in.
It's easy to make and super comfortable to wear.
Thursday I have some pants I made Rex that I'm so excited to show you and tomorrow's Wake Up Wednesday. Is it just me or have things been quiet in blogland the last week or so? I think everyone's busy getting kids back in school.
Thanks for dropping in.