I found a summery, somewhat Hawaiian print. It was my daughter's, and I asked if I could use it. She didn't remember it, but I did. I said, "Don't you remember when I was busy, and your nice dad took you to the quilt store because they were having a sale? And all the ladies there thought it was so wonderful for your dad to take you to the fabric store?" Nope, she didn't remember so the fabric was mine to do with what I would.
I thought the print would lend itself to a summer wrap skirt. I made it up as I went beginning with my A-line pattern I drafted several months ago.
I didn't want it to be completely straight so I opened up the pattern and added about an inch of flair. I used my hip curve ruler to draft the waist and the curve at the bottom. I cut two.
I folded the two front pieces in half and used that as a guide to cut the back piece on the fold.
I surged the skirt together and tweaked the fit.
The finished product.