The reason this simple skirt design is so wonderful is that while the front waistband sits comfortably underneath the little belly that little kids have,it doesn't ride up over the bubble bum.
That's right, this skirt is actually longer in the back than in the front.
Do you know what is not like riding a bike? Writing sewing tutorials. Forgive me i I rush through this, it was just so simple that I wasn't sure how many photo it required. Please do not hesitate to ask me any questions!
Alright! Here we go! Collect your supplies.
(2) Rectangles of fabric 19 x 15 inches
1" No twist elastic
Bodkin (or safety pin)
Step 2. Fold fabric over 1/2" and press.
Step 3. Fold fabric over again 1.25-1.5" and press.
Do this for both pieces.
Step 4. On BOTH pieces sew close to the pressed old.
Step 5. On just ONE piece (The one you want to be the front.) cut on an angle from the bottom corner to three inches IN from the corner. Make sure that the angled sides are not longer than the straight sides of your second piece. (You'll see what I mean in the next photo.)
Step 8. With wrong sides facing, line up one side of angled pieces and sew.
Step 8.5 Pull elastic taught and sew second angled side to straight side.
Step 9. Roll a half inch hem and sew.
Admire you're work!