The next two skirts are true twirly-skirts. The pattern comes from Like Flowers and Butterflies. They have a double-fabric width that really makes them twirly and full. If you add tulle to the bottom layer, you really get a floofy skirt. This one is easy to make and has instructions for several sizes. One note: the skirt measurements tend to be a little on the short side so if you want them longer, I suggest adding a little length to top and bottom pieces. There is a LOT of gathering in these skirts, and I had some trouble with breaking threads as I gathered, but I fudged a little and got everything sewed together anyway. The grandgirls really love wearing their twirly skirts. In the chilly North, the girls wear them with heavy tights or jeans.