The hem of a circle skirt is curved, which can make hemming it tricky. This rolled or folded hem is my favorite way to hem a circle skirt. It doesn't require any extra materials, and it creates a neat, fully enclosed hem with a bit of weight to it.
First, baste all the way around the bottom edge of your circle skirt using a 1/2" seam allowance. Press the seam allowance up toward the inside of the skirt.
Next, fold the seam allowance up ANOTHER 1/2". Press again. Now your raw edge is neatly encased in a little pocket.
Stitch this pocket down using a 1/4" or 3/8" seam allowance.
And you're done! Look at that purdy circle skirt hem!
Need more? Check out these other fab circle skirt hemming tutorials:
Elisalex, By Hand London, "Nerdy Sewing Tips: 3 Ways to Hem a Curve" (2014)
Bias tape hem: Becca, The Simple Life Pattern Company, "Hemming a Circle Skirt"
Hem facing: Deby, So Sew Easy, "How to Sew a Hem Facing on a Circle Skirt"
Horsehair Braid: Gertie, Gertie's New Blog for Better Sewing, "The Magic of Horsehair Braid (A Little Tutorial)" (2010)