FINISHED! Rosari pineapple skirt

My sewing and blogging has slowed down a bit since our house renovations but I managed to find some time and space to test for Pauline Alice again. This time the Rosari, the long awaited skirt to her library of patterns. 
The skirt has a cool 70's vibe and has lots of different variations: 2 lengths (mini or midi) and 4 different types of pockets to choose from.  I chose the midi, although I think for a midi it could be a bit longer so keep this in mind. I've said it before, but I'm only about 5 foot 2 inches. I'm wearing heels in these photos. 
I went with pocket A for the front and pocket B for the back. The skirt has all 12 buttons but I just haven't done them all up!  I really like this skirt pattern and plan to make a slightly longer one in denim. I'm so attracted to white denim this summer - but haven't yet succumbed because I'm not sure whether it would stay clean for even a minute.
There isn't really much to say about this skirt construction. It comes together easily, with nothing too tricky, well with my pocket choices anyway.  Annie Coton has done a super tartan mini version.
The fabric? Well I love this fabric which I got from Addicted to Fabric. Have you seen Barbara's jeans in the same fabric? Unbelievable! Anyway, despite loving the skirt and fabric,  I decided to gift it off to a young friend who sometimes babysits for us. I hope she gets a load of wear out of it because it deserves to be loved.
I'll be back soon with another make x