I discovered Craftsy sewing kits a few months and ago, and purchased a few (when they have been on sale) and so far I've been very pleased with the fabric quality. This is one of those kits: The Style Arc Gorgeous Gore Skirt. Honestly I purchased the kit because I'm secretly addicted to Style Arc patterns and this Craftsy kit included a printed multi-size copy of the pattern. Sold!
This kit was described as having 1-1/2 yards for the skirt sized 4-18. There was closer to 1-3/4 yards, which was good as I was able to match the design at the seams (and the edges were cut a bit jagged.)
Because the pattern on the fabric had a large repeat I wasn't able to recreate the Craftsy skirt exactly. But close enough! The knit skirt consists of six identical flared panels sewn to a yoke. I stitched all the seams using my serger. The waist is finished with 1/2"elastic.
I wasn't sure which size to sew, and next time I'll go down a size. I plan on shortening my next one also so it will hit just about my knee. I know my daughter will want one, so another reason I'm pleased the pattern is multi-sized.
Since the skirt only takes 1-1/2 yards of fabric I plan on sewing more for summer wear.