I used this picture to help me
The pattern is Vogue 1170; my fourth iteration of this pattern. I chose it because it had lots of seam lines! and I lengthened it as much as I possibly could given my small piece of leatherette. Actually, this is a good skirt for a smallish odds and ends of fabric; surprisingly good considering its flippiness. It's only the two large front-and-back pieces that take up the most fabric; the smaller pieces can be cut out of edges and corners and other off-cuts. I left off the pockets and fully lined the skirt with cream polyacetate lining fabric; and I cut the waistband a lot narrower and on a curve to follow the curve of the skirt top. This resulted in a much better fitting waistband than the original straight one, imo. Also, I've learnt my lesson from my previous leatherette skirt where I found the leatherette waist facing kinda icky worn against the skin; and cut the waistband facing in white linen. Much nicer!
The stitching is in red silk thread, which I've had for years... er, 21 *blush* but who's counting! :D a leftover from knotting Tim's quilt; and a small portion in matching red topstitching thread, which I ended up having to buy new (grrr!) when I didn't have just quite enough of the silk. Don't you hate that!!
I did the stitching in two passes, first time you do alternate halves of the "wings", and the second pass you finish off the other side of each one.
And because a baseball skirt needs a baseball tee, I made one; just because :) I used two old Tshirts from my refashioning bag.
OK, I thought that this is what a baseball tee looks like; but imagine my disappointment when I googled images of baseball players to see that they actually don't wear this sort of two-coloured raglan-sleeved tee at all! but instead have a big baggy short-sleeved top, sometimes with a close-fitting long-sleeve top underneath. NO raglans to be seen. Confused! So; why is a tee like this known as a baseball Tshirt, when actually it is not?! I would love to be enlightened. Anyhoo; I made it from from my own custom pattern, using an old raglan sleeve tee to help get me started and then fiddling and fine-tuning to fit me. The embroidered motif on the front of the blue Tshirt, I positioned on the back of the new Tshirt. It was either that or cut it in half, and even though my new tee is a cobble-together job, doesn't mean it has to look like one!
Skirt; Vogue 1170 with minor modifications, off-white leatherette with red decorative top-stitching; my review of this pattern here and my tips for working with leatherette here
Tshirt; self-drafted, made from two old Tshirts
Shoes; Bronx, from Zomp shoes