It's amazing how quickly the sewing goes when you have two people working on the same project, not to mention that my mother is much better than I am. I have to admit, she did all of the actual sewing, but I was there to cut out the patterns, pin, iron and chose the fabrics and notions, so I'll take some of the credit.
This Twirl Skirt was made using the Redondo pattern.
I've used this pattern before, but never in the "plain" version. Previously I added ruffles to the bottom, and for another skirt, I added ruffles along the vertical spiral seams. I love how many ways to can modify this one pattern. When you are not adding any ruffles, it goes fairly quickly. Plus, this pattern is great for me because I can never choose just ONE favorite fabric, and this allows me to use up to 5. The bottom edge is finished off with bias tape.
I think every little girl can't help but smile when they are "twirling" in a Twirl Skirt, and Little K is no exception. She loves it.