I am sorry I kept you waiting for the next steps. If you did miss the first parts you can find them here.
for the longer waistband-part I folded it in the middle and placed both ends on top of each other
then I folded it over again and cut in a 45° angle
to have triangles at the end, I haven’t thought this through, you will see in a few pics why;)
then I folded the ends in the middle and pinned, the part that later will be attached to the back of the skirt stays open
sewed and cut the corners back and you get a feeling for my mistake if you look at the triangles at the ending
after turning them right side out you can see how I forgot to plan with the seam allowance so my triangles moved to one side, but I decided to keep it that way;) if you want an even triangle, remember to only draw it on the later seen part, leave the seam allowance open;)
now I pinned the flap to the front of the skirt
and sewed, start and end 1cm before the open edge
then folded the seam allowance (the 1cm) inwards and the flap up
and the the inner seam allowance inward and pinned all in place, and sewed in the fold of the original seam, I also sewed up into the flap at the corners, to sew the short waistband parts, into the flap
now I cut in the seam allowance at the end of the seams of the waistband
and pinned the waistband, right side to right side all around the back waist. Then I sewed.
folded the waistband up and over, the inner seam allowance inside and pinned again, then I sewed in the fold of the original seam again, so my seam pretty much is invisible
on the inside you can of course see the stitches
next monday: straps and buttons
I hope this was helpful for you! Let me know if you have any questions!
keep sewing and smiling