Pattern: It's a Wrap by Indygo Junction, shorter length.
Fabric: I picked up this fabric at Sowing Sisters in Carlsbad. It is a cotton batik and I used three yards.
Alterations: Instead of hemming the side edges and bottom, I opted for serger rolled hems. Much easier and much quicker to execute.
Cost: The fabric was $8.99 a yard, but I was lucky enough to have purchased it during the Sowing Sisters 40% off sale, so it came to $16.19; I had to get three spools of the same color of thread to use in the serger for the rolled hem - $1.59 x 3. I already counted the pattern cost from the first wrap'd skirt I made, so it is now a stash pattern. Total - $20.96!
Impressions: Another pretty cute and very comfortable wrap skirt. It was perfect for the luau we went to!
The rolled hems on this skirt gives it a little bit of a different look than the first one, and it was a lot faster to sew together. I think the next one I make I may consider putting in button holes in the waistband... this would make it easier to tie together.