schmeebot liked the "Mod Houses" fabric I used for Emery #4, and I had barely a yard left over, enough to make a PacMoon and not much else. I had to cut the pocket back pieces upside down, but the thing got done. Pattern matching was out of the question, but I think it looks okay. The print is also slightly off-grain, but that's not too noticeable either.
To make the skirt the heavier weight that schmee prefers for hiking, I put a layer of white Kona cotton underneath. Apparently the two fabrics together form a formidable opponent, because it made my serger cry like a little baby. And by that, I mean both needles broke instantly and the blade couldn't cut it. (To be fair, I have not changed my blade in ... well, ever. Maybe it's time?) I ended up finishing the edges with zig-zag stitch on the regular machine, which is clearly made of sterner stuff than the serger since it had no complaints whatsoever.
I associate this style of house with California, perhaps because they look so darn good with the landscape. Also, schmee is a structural engineer. So clearly this fabric needed to be a Pacific Moon. Anyhow, long story short (since this is PacMoon #26, after all) I really like the way this came out.
On an unrelated note, the jasmine on my backyard fence is blooming and it smells awesome.