I started with this brand new camo sequin halter top with a metal loop neck. Not something I would wear, but I LOVED the fabric and it was free (hand-me-downs) and you gotta' love free! So, I refashioned it into a skirt- my daughter wanted a dress, but this was easier, so "You get what you get and you don't get upset!" This was my first time doing something like this and I blame all of those cute, crafty blogs for inspiring me.
The skirt would have been too short, so I added a strip of black knit as a yoke along the top- it was also free material! YAY! I measured the top of the camo and cut the black knit the same length by about five inches high and sewed it in a tube.
Then, I trimmed up the sides a little at the top so that they would turn in like a skirt shape and not flare back out like a pear-shaped woman. Then I sewed them up.
Then I pinned the camo and black knit pieces right sides together with the knit inside the camo.
Here it is, right-side out.