Needless to say, I foresee many more Point Mugu Maxi Skirts in Miss C’s future as she grows up. Here are some more detailed pictures of the loveliness:
To aid in the construction of the pattern, Nicola has provided well written step-by-step instructions. Accompanying each step is a computer-generated image, showing the step. Another user-friendly option that is offered is PDF “Layers” so that you only need to print the desired size. This helps to cut down on the unnecessary use of ink…a precious commodity. Do you have a Little who isn’t a cookie-cutter size? No worries! Nicola has included an easy-to-follow explanation of how to modify the fit to the child. The pattern comes in sizes 12mo to girls size 14.
Random side note:
The fabric in the shorter skirt was originally intended for the long skirt but I only got enough of the grey to do the ruffles, not the actual skirt. I decided, after the fact, that the pink bee fabric was too light for the skirt and should be the ruffles instead. Regardless, it all worked out.