You are probably wondering what is a house skirt. It is a skirt you were only and only inside the house. It's kinda like a pajama but actually you can wear it during the day during the winter months. I was at the fabric store last week and I stumble upon this very soft and comfy fleece remnant. Since it was only $4.75 I decided to get it and figure out later what to do with it. It so happen that the last few days it had been snowing and a little cold inside the house. Although I can wear my sweat pants or leggings or jean, at times my legs would still be cold. That's when I had the idea that I would make a long skirt so it covers my legs and use a comfy and soft fabric. Guess what, I already had the perfect fabric. It took me an hour and a half to cut the fabric and sew it. Since it is a simple skirt, I did not need a pattern. I measured my waist and hips and then ask Jeff to help me measure the length of the skirt. It would have been quicker if I had just use an elastic for the waistline, but I opted for a zipper ($0.30) closure as I wanted to practice sewing zippers. I added a ribbon for closure since I had it in my notion box. So there, I was productive one afternoon and total cost of this warm house skirt - $5. Of course I can just ask Jeff to turn up the heat but actually it's already set to 20C or 68F, pretty warm, eh!