DIY: You CAN Rock That Too-Small Leather Skirt After All!

I’ve always thought that there is something so extravagant, so luxurious, and so gorgeous about a leather skirt. Leather skirts seemed a bit self-indulgent to me, but you know what?Why not be a bit self-indulgent during the holiday season? We’re so totally worth it! New Year’s Eve party, here we come, showing off a bit of leg and rockin’ our leather skirts!!!!

But of course, this skirt didn’t start out this way.

No. It. Didn’t.


It started as a super small thrift store skirt that I bought, at the time, just for the leather. You know… to make a bag or something. I NEVER intended to wear it as a skirt.


But, by adding some width and softening up the look a bit by with a beautiful panel of a discontinued upholstery fabric sample, this skirt became perfectly wearable just in time for the holidays.


Click here to find out how to create your own cool leather skirt to rock this holiday season.


And for more sewing and refashion inspiration, click here.

Happy Sewing!


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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12 Responses to DIY: You CAN Rock That Too-Small Leather Skirt After All!

  1. Dominique Vaillancourt says:

    Thought that could inspire you


    Envoyé de mon iPad


  2. Marseillie Mcnett says:

    Love this idea!

  3. how impressive! I often buy leather for upholstery reasons but now I will look at it differently!

  4. Denise Reed says:

    Totally awesome, must try.

  5. Diy Clothes says:

    Such a pretty skirt. Great idea and a must try project.

  6. Gema says:

    You look fab in that skirt!! And it looks so soft… 🙂

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