My approach over the last few weeks has been the "Sew a Little Bit Every Day". This works really well with simple projects. (For more complex projects I do prefer a little bit of time set aside to think problems through - this works well if integrated with simple sewing as well).
Summer is coming, and I have been busy making a few basic items of clothing - the sort of thing you wear everyday around the house or for basic errands.
This is one of them - a simple skirt made out of stretch cotton twill (purchased from Spotlight). I can't tell you what the pattern is, because I only have something I traced some years ago. I didn't label it, other than "straight skirt". Very simple sew it all together side seams, back seam, insert lapped zip, add waistband, do hem and back slit.
I think I'll just let the pictures tell the story:
|Skirt front - I'm trying to learn to smile more at the camera!|