I've made many jean top skirts like this one. I donated them to girls in foster care through the CASA program and as part of the "Skirting The Issue Sew Along" with Project Run and Play. When my granddaughter saw it, she wondered if this skirt was for "a girl that we don't know, or will never meet,...but needs our help."
"No, answered her grandmother. It's for you."
Does the fabric look familar?
Yeap, it's part of my 2017 Bohemian Collection.
I did buy her a jean jacket to go along with her recycled skirt. Sometimes, with a great sale, it's just cheaper to buy than sew.
Creating the jean pants yoke for the skirt
Making the Flowers
Using a Printable Step-by- Step Chart to Calculate How to Cut Out Your Ruffles and Connecting Pieces, Regardless of the Size of Skirt (You will be able to click on the provided chart to take you to my Google Drive. Then you can print a copy of the chart for yourself.)
Sewing the Ruffles and Connecting Tiers to the Skirt Yokehttp://sewmuchtogive.blogspot.com/2015/07/sewing-ruffles-and-connecting-tiers-to.htmlhttp://sewmuchtogive.blogspot.com/2015/07/sewing-ruffles-and-connecting-tiers-to.html
Sewing the Flowers to the Skirt