I used McCall's 5590. a favorite of mine because of its simplicity and easy construction. To see the changes I made to this pattern ,look here.
I subscribe to Threads Insider where you get access to various videos and articless. On the video Industry Insider Techniques, Vol 1, Louise Cutting shows a really cool hem method and I decided to use it on this skirt so there would be no stitches showing through to the right side.
Here's how it's done.
1. Cut a bias strip of fusible interfacing ( I prefer Fusi Knit ) long enough to go aroumd your skirt and twice the width of the hem you want.
2. Fold the strip in two widthwise with fusible side to the outside.
3. Sew together lengthwise.
5. Insert the interfacing strip into the fold of the hem and press from both the inside and the outside of the garment ( Use a press cloth for the outside ).
I think you should try it! Happy Sewing from