DIY Navajo Inspired Skirt (Tutorial)

A few months ago I saw this amazing coat on Kendi’s blog. The navajo-inspired hemline detailing was gorgeous, and I had to duplicate it.

Guest posting over at My Yellow Sandbox today gave me the perfect excuse to finally make it (considering it’s sat on my Stuff To Make pinterest board for three months). Head on over to see the full tutorial!*

*this DIY does not require any artistic skills. Only that you draw a
straight line (with a ruler), and a few triangles. I promise, it is seriously easy. 
Also, tomorrow I’ll show you how to make this really simple jersey skirt so you have a fun new skirt to paint! Stay tuned!

11 Comments

  1. Jessica Wray says:

    I LOVE that you disclaim that this requires no real artistic skill…. Music to my ears as I mess up most DIY projects. This skirt is darling! I'd love to recreate!

    Glad I found your blog!

    Peony

  2. Christi Lynn says:

    oh my gosh! that is amazing! i love it!

  3. kaila sue says:

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!

  4. christine says:

    I just love it!!!!

  5. SO pretty! I can't wait for tomorrow's tutorial, I have the perfect green jersey laying around dying to be made into this! Beautiful as always!

  6. Mallory says:

    I love your tutorials!! So helpful, makes me almost want to break out my sewing machine!! Maybe my summer project 🙂

    Mallory @ Faith. Fashion. Beauty. {Follow my blog!}

  7. Becky says:

    I love this! Can't wait for the Jersey skirt tutorial! Could you include where you get your fabric?

    Thanks!

  8. Landen says:

    I almost bought that jacket last week. It just didn't fit quite right… 🙁 Love the skirt! It is a pretty Easter pink

  9. Kayla says:

    You are so creative! Love this. It makes a plain skirt special 🙂

  10. I LOVE that coat, so this is perfect! Plus, I can get more wear out of a skirt in Texas anyway 🙂

  11. i LOVE that coat and omg now i wana do this DIY soo badly!!!

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