I made this Redondo skirt for my daughter. She loves it, but much prefers to wear it as a strapless dress over leggings. She tries to turn everything in her dress-up box into a strapless short dress, so that is obviously her style preference!
essentially 2 pieces, an upper flounce and a lower flounce. Five full flounces are sewn together to make the skirt. I cut the pieces on the bias so that I could get them out of a fat quarter, which seems to have worked okay.
Here it is, being worn as a skirt, on the streets of Tokyo. I had bought my kids brightly coloured jumpers to minimise my chances of losing them in a crowd. As it seems almost everybody wears black in Tokyo, this was even more effective than I had anticipated!