Although the weather is getting colder, it doesn’t mean that you have to give up on wearing your favorite piece of clothing – the skirt. You can still continue feeling elegant and feminine with DIY Skirt Ideas below in winter.
Simple Pleated Skirt
Pleated skirts are classic and simple to construct. Then, making them ideal for seamstresses of all skill levels, especially if you have a lovely fabric laying around your house just ready to be transformed. If you still want to wear skirts and dresses during colder times, this is definitely a great choice. To create this skirt you will need fabric, wide elastic, zipper, sewing machine, thread, pins, tailor’s chalk, ruler, and scissors.
Midi Circle Skirt
The result of this DIY skirt will make you feel like you are visiting and joining in on those past popular fashions or maybe we just want to feel like a dang woman sometimes. The supplies you need are 2 yards of fabric, interfacing, measuring tape, pin, iron, sewing machine, thread, and scissors.
The scallop design is great to make by yourself, but it is a lot easier than you think and well worth the work! The supplies you need are fabric, a curve ruler, 1 ¼ inch elastic, a fabric pen, a sewing machine, coordinating thread, iron, and an ironing board.
Chalk Lines Skirt
You have to stitch each seam twice for this project. First, put in the piping and again to actually form the seam. Therefore, this is not the quickest sewing job, but it’s well worth it. It’s a really cute little skirt and a great idea, as there are never enough pockets in women’s clothing. There are supplies you will need namely sewing essentials, scissors, and fabric (wool).
Crop Top And High-Waisted Skirt
Take a look at this project if you have a double-breasted knit dress laying around your bedroom that you no longer wear but still have potential. Here, you can give it a new life and keep it out of the landfill by reimagining or reinventing it. This dress appears to be the perfect match for your cropped top and high-waisted skirt. The supplies you need for this project are a knit dress, 8” wide coordinating knit fabric, thread, chalk, and scissors.