http://www.tudorlinks.com/treasury/freepatterns/pe187707wbalayskirt.html. The pattern is also sold on Ebay, but I'm not sure if it is sold by the person holding this site or others.
A balayeuse was used/attached under skirts to keep them cleaner, they would be detached then washed then reattached. I have seen costumers use velcro, snaps and buttons to do this. I made an entire petticoat using salvaged poly and poly/cotton fabrics I had laying around. In fact the entire thing started as a bridal gown petticoat, big round and POOOOFY. I cut out the net which I reused and recut the material I had based on the pattern for the above skirt. I added reclaimed trim as well. It came together well but did require some fiddling. I also added hip pads to get a more rounder look. So two big mistakes: I didn't prewash the material and when I machine washed the whole thing it shrank a bit, but not enough to ruin it. Then when I went to my event and had to do some more tweaking I pinned the balayeuse to the underside of the dress...bad bad moved, had huge rips in the balayeuse by the time I got home...the next time I wore it I pinned to the ruffle, all was good.
I added a little "oomph" to the hips using quilting fleece. I used four pieces but graded three of them to reduce bulk at the waist and the top of the hip. I measured informally, choosing dimensions that were pleasing to me. I sewed these into the waistband and they remain part of the petticoat (above).
I hemmed the front rather short so it would not drag and I was adding a washable pleated trim (above).
However, here is the sad ending to this lovely outcome (previously mentioned bad judgment of fabric strength):
One day I will fix this...one day...sigh...