An amazing skirt that is perfect for a bride or to attend a ceremony - it's also quite quick to sew, you just need a stiff fabric, matching lining and crinoline bias tape to support the weave at hemline.
The construction is very interesting, as it looks like it is made of 2 layers but it is actually a single layer starting in center back, going toward center front, folding back to reach center back again. Since the piece would be too big to be placed on fabric, it is split in half somewhere around side seam. You can choose to place the seamline elsewhere depending on fabric width.
Start by drawing the pattern of a basic skirt - our method for drafting skirt patterns is available in the free pre-course here - then trace a copy of it and start manipulating the pattern as the following instructions. Have fun!