- Main fabric. I used 9 fat quarters and barely made a dent in them for a size 4-5 kid
- 1/2 yard lining fabric
- something round to form scallops
- 1 inch wide elastic, long enough to go around skirt-wearer’s waist
- all the other regular sewing accoutrements (that includes chocolate and caffeine, in case you were wondering)
Sew ’em all together! As with any patchwork/strip sewing, I recommend having some eye-candy on in the background. Preferably something you’ve seen a million times so you don’t really have to pay attention.
Here comes another Adrianna method of sewing, where I forgo any type of math in favor of my super scientific method of “eyeballing it”. First, fold your lining fabric. Then, fold your skirt in half. Then place it down over your lining fabric. Make sure the skirt fold and the lining fabric fold are lined up: