DIY: High Low Maxi Skirt Tutorial


I love the look of a maxi skirt, but let’s face it, when it’s in the nineties or over one hundred, a maxi can be hot, hot, hot.

I made this Tie Dyed Maxi Skirt a while ago and decided to cool things off a bit.  I spent a few minutes and turned it into a high low maxi. I’m much cooler now!

Here’s the lowdown on the cool down:

And as simple as that, you’ve got a much cooler maxi!

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About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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13 Responses to DIY: High Low Maxi Skirt Tutorial

  1. This is a great addition to your tie dyed creation! Guess what I am FINALLY doing right now?!?! Yep. Hope they turn out well. Will post either way, in the next few days!

  2. Cara Olsen says:

    I’ve seen this style pop-up all over the place, and I am loving it! This tye-dye version is adorable, Beth!

    • I’ve heard it called The Mullet Skirt, too. Thinkin’ I like the High Low Skirt better, but it needs something much more clever. Ok, Cara, here’s your chance to use your highly tuned word skills to come up with a great name for this type of skirt. Got any ideas?

  3. Laurel says:

    That’s a great idea to have more options for those super warm days!

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  5. Very cool transformation… Love how it turned out.

  6. lostdododesigns says:

    Gorgeous! I love your tie dye projects.

  7. Very cute! Lovely and airy!

  8. Pingback: 49-Cent Friday: Hi-Low Dress Refashion | Diary of a MadMama

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