Yes, indeed. I do have more fabric from the Fun Rounds!
This is the color wheel print, and I decided to make a skort and top with a flounce for the girl. This were really easy to cut with the circular lines in the prints. I used two 25″ rounds for the skirt and one 12″ round for the top.
I cut the flounce 3 levels, and then connected them all together. I didn’t use the inner most circle. I’ll save those for a rainy day. I think they will work well for some flounce sleeves.
The patterns were self-drafted. The skirt is just a simple A-line skirt with a doubled up waistband. I attached the flounce all at once in one continuous line. The top is a basic tank top, though I had to add some to the top under the flounce. The panels were too short for her. There is a watercolor music sheet underneath the flounce.
The watercolor music fabric is from Affordable Fabrics and More, and I purchased it last year. I don’t think any is currently in stock. I used a panel for the front and one for the back and then the sheet music for the upper part of the top and the waistband.
I was pretty “fly by the seat of my pants” in putting the flounce on the skort.
Which is why it is uneven.
I’m okay with that, though.
It is a skort, so it has shorts underneath. She is pretty active, so any skirt I make her is going to have some shorts underneath.
I’m pretty sure the Arcoiris fabric will go with anything, but if you have a watercolor type print…it definitely will. I love this combo so much!