If you have a few minutes, you can make this breezy peasant skirt. It is very simple and can be done as a beginner’s project. This should fit either a small or medium. If you are a size large, increase fabric measurements by about half a yard.
Cut two rectangles for the top and bottom parts of the skirt. The top part should be roughly 54×22 inches and the bottom should be 108×22 inches. (I cheated. I cut the three yards in half widthwise, then one of the pieces lengthwise, to be the top and bottom. Does that make sense?) It doesn’t have to be exact. The lovely thing about peasant skirts is that since they are so billowy, there is a lot of room for error.