this is actually my second crescent skirt. i have yet to get around to taking pictures of the first one. this one is View B, size 6, with DS quilts fabric from joanns and red store-bought piping on the waistband and pockets. i forgot to get a picture of the waistband facing. i used leftover cotton voile from my sorbetto tank. the facing is nice and soft and it saved me some of the DS fabric. i think i ended up using about 1.5yds. this was my first time using piping and i love it. i want to pipe everything now. i followed the sewalong techniques for french seams on the pockets and side seams. i like the zipper construction, but i prefer a lapped zip to a centered one. i might use this technique again if i ever find a matching zipper--i got lucky on this skirt. i skipped the twill tape on the pockets because i already had the piping. i shortened the skirt one inch and did a handstitched blind hem. View A/B are pretty short--i would think if you were a normal sized person, you'd probably need to lengthen the skirt.
after doing both A and B, i prefer the less gathered View A. i think it's more flattering and easier to wear than B. i like them both though. it's an easy and fun skirt to put together and i could see myself making a couple more eventually. i'm wearing it with my cowl neck top and i got some lovely compliments from Spicy that made my day.