this tutorial, which I found yesterday. I think it looks really clever, and not too much extra work.
Sometime my senior year of high school, my mom bought me this skirt. It was my favorite skirt all through college, until my first year of grad school, when I decided it was just too worn out to be worn anymore. There were some holes in the outer skirt near the zipper, and all the years of washing and wearing had stretched the yoke out a bit, so that when I lost the weight I had gained in college the summer after graduation, I started having to use a safety pin to hold it up. So when I saw some similar fabric at JoAnn about a year ago, I snatched up way too much of it, with the intention of making a replica.
Yesterday I sat down and finished it. I just did a rolled hem for the outer skirt, and then I cut off the ruffle from the lining of the old skirt, trimmed the inner skirt to the right length, serged the inner skirt, and attached the ruffle. Here's the new skirt. It's very close to how the old skirt was, with the improvement of pockets!