I used three different Meadowsweet fabrics for my version…one for the yoke, one for the skirt body, and another for the hem band; I wish I could have used the same fabric for my yoke as for the hem band, but I didn’t have enough fabric. Really, I would highly recommend this pattern. It was simple to make and had so many options. I have done a lot of garment sewing before, but I think anyone could sew this pattern…the instructions are that clear. The pattern has all size options included and suggests you don’t cut the pattern but rather fold it back to make your size. I’m glad I did this since I fell between two sizes and made the larger one, but I think there is plenty of ease built into the pattern, and I’ll make the smaller size next time. I think instead of folding, though, that I’ll trace my size onto some pattern paper I have so that I can still use the pattern to make skirts for my daughters in their sizes. I love the top-stitching and edge stitching that really makes the skirt look “finished.” Also, the pattern calls for an invisible zipper, and Kay has a great tutorial listed on her sidebar which really helped (you don’t have to buy the invisible zipper foot, either)! Another great thing about this pattern is that there are options available from knee length to ankle length with a variety of other embellishments you can add…double hem bands, ruffles, gathers, bows, and even a fabric flower! This is a great pattern…it was the first piece of clothing I’ve sewn for myself in so long…and it was kind of fun…but I’m back to quilting again already! Have a wonderful day!