My mom bought K a Spiderman onesie since my husband loves superheroes and comic books and such. And K really does get excited every time she sees this shirt, oddly enough. She's definitely her Daddy's girl :)
Anyway, she obviously needed a matching skirt to dress up that boyish shirt. Obviously. So, since I'm totally in love with upcycling, I made her one using one of my husband's old t-shirts.
The shirt was an XL and measured approximately 25 inches across. I cut a 4" x 24" piece for the top tier and two 6.5" x 24" pieces for the bottom tier. This work perfectly to make a 6-9 months sized skirt that measured 8 inches in length when finished. To save time, I cut the bottom tier pieces along the hem of the shirt so that I wouldn't have to hem it.
The t-shirt material was so easy to work with and made a great fitting, comfy skirt...and it was free!