It's very comfortable, and though I was hesitant to wear it at first, it has definitely grown in my appreciation!
Materials: 6 t-shirts (I got mine at Goodwill). Get them the same size!
Step 2: Make rectangles
Sew two of the rectangles together; repeat with the other two rectangles. (Do not sew these larger rectangles together!)
I put all of the seams on the right sides of the garment, so that they would show on the eventual skirt.
Step 3: Sew rectangle edges to tubes
Repeat with the other tube and rectangle.
The double layer formed by the tube will be the front panel of the skirt.
Step 4: Sew tubes together
Step 5: Sew top tube up the back
Measure your waist; divide by two, and subtract a couple of inches. Measuring from the center of the front panels, leave this measurement open. Sew the remainder of the top tube closed.
Try it on- the construction of the skirt is finished! If the waist is too big, sew it smaller!