Is there a little girl who doesn't love a twirly skirt? I got this dance when I asked to photograph our skirt this morning at the lake.
I used the same number of squares that I did for Issa's skirt, 7 for the first row, 11 for the second, 16 for the third. I serged them together with the trusty White serger. My only regret is that I forgot to pipe between the three rows. I think it might have been really a pretty touch. I added a row of binding at the bottom, cutting a strip 2 inches wide, folding one side under and pressing it, then stitching it to the skirt, right side of binding to wrong side of skirt. For the waistband, I added a strip of coordinating fabric for the inside of the skirt, then ran 22inches of 1 inch elastic.
The iron at the lake is at least twenty years old, so the little skirt didn't get the pressing that it needed. I don't think Katelyn will mind too much.