I chose a simple design of a rectangular skirt gathered onto a yoke. I took one of her regular tank tops and traced around it to create the yoke. I left the back of the yoke open and put a button at the top.
Since this fabric frays very easily, I flat felled the shoulder and side seams. I left the selvedges on the skirt, and gave it a rolled hem. I then took the scraps and made bias strips, which I used to bind the gathered skirt-to-yoke seam, the armholes, and the neckline. For the button hole, I looped the bias strip past the edge of the neckline and secured the end to the edge just below the first pass of the strip. I then found the perfect button in my button jar, stitched it on, and it was all done. The whole project, from first thought to putting it on her took about 5 hours.