10 Super Easy Skirts

by Handmade Charlotte

Skirt season is upon us! Here are some really fun and simple sewing projects that you can whip up in no time at all. Pick out your favorite fabrics and go to town!

This striped pencil skirt is so awesome. You could make a whole collection of these classic beauties.
Sheer skirts are making a big comeback this season. This floral number is pretty brilliant. 

I love the stripes and complimentary bow on this Hopscotch Skirt. Use jersey fabric for a super comfy and flattering style.

This arrowhead skirt is darling. The pattern is super simple and the embellishment ups the cute factor.
Make a matching circle skirt for you and your little one. This tutorial makes whipping one up a snap!
Bump or not, this nautical gathered skirt is a keeper. Now, to find that anchor fabric.
Maxi skirts are a cinch to make with this tutorial. Love the folded over waist band.
Need seven days worth of skirts? This cute and easy tutorial will make that a reality.

I love these modern skirts with a vintage feel. The color blocking makes them right on trend.
Add this ruffly petticoat skirt to your wardrobe. I love the different colored layers of cream. So pretty!
Which of these do you plan to sew?

14 thoughts on “10 Super Easy Skirts

  1. crazyfaith Reply

    I’ve made the maxi skirt from that tutorial before. In fact, I’ve made two and have plans for more. It’s spectacular. The petticoat skirt is on my to-do list, for sure.

  2. Krysty Reply

    I have linen to make the petticoat skirt, and I’ve made a few maxi skirts…so easy and so much cheaper than going and buying one!

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  4. Kenneth M. Edward Reply

    I think I’m willing to give this a try . . . it looks great. I haven’t sewn for myself before, just my daughter (who, now 8, declared to me last night that she wants to learn to sew all her own clothes, just like the colonial girls did, so we’d better get going on those sewing lessons). Thank you for sharing.

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