The pattern is the wrap skirt from Diana Rupp's Sew Everything Workshop, which I've already made once. Last time, I made a medium in red corduroy. It was a little too big and the fabric was a little too stiff, so this time I sized down and used a quilting-weight cotton purchased at Spool of Thread. I was careful to make the pattern match as much as possible (hard, when the lines are wavy on purpose).
The fabric is "Greg" from the Brady Bunch Line by Michael Miller. I'm calling this the Mary Blair skirt because the colours and deliberately crooked, thick-and-thin lines in this pattern remind me a little of her style.
Endpaper from The Art and Flair Of Mary Blair: An Appreciation,
Mary Blair was an artist and illustrator who worked for the Walt Disney Company from 1940-1953. I found out about her when I saw an exhibition of her work at the Cartoon History museum in San Fransisco in 2008. She also illustrated some of Little Golden Books, created art for advertising, and designed characters for the Small World ride at Disneyland. She's not widely known these days, but definitely worth looking up for her unique sense of colour and expressive lines.
Mary, this skirt is a tiny tribute to your vision and talent! Now if only it was warm enough to wear it ...