This is one of two khaki skirts in the works right now...
One is in time out because it's misbehaving.
Before this one got there, there was already one in the same shade in my closet. That one is about 6 years old at this point, and still in steady rotation, but has a much more summery feel.
The fabric is an embroidered cotton I bought from fabric.com about 3 years ago before my trip to Istanbul with the intentions of making a handkerchief hem, drawstring skirt. Then, it sat in the UFO pile until a few months ago. I already had one khaki skirt in progress, but something made me do this one anyway.
What else can I say? I love neutrals, and I was SO excited to declare this skirt no longer a UFO, AND not have to buy a single thing to finish a project... It's a simple circle gone wrap skirt, with a contrast waistband facing and bias binding to finish the raw edges- attached the second time around with hand stitches for a little extra something, and a good project for all of the time in the car and in meetings this summer. The closures, which were added after photos were taken, are a giant snap and another lovely button. Since the trim is ivory and not white, it's working its way into fall with panache, and since it's a circle, it's quickly becoming a favorite for swing dancing. Hooray!