Den-m-nit Pineapple Skirt or Poncho by Flora Yang (incidentally to use this link and get the pattern, you need to be a registered member of Elann.com - registration is free; however I don't recall having to go through this silliness to get the pattern).
Again, Lexi chose the color. She wanted a GREEN kinda green. You know, the kind that makes you look like you stumbled into an Irish pub on St. Patrick's day and sadly I had it ready and waiting in my stash. Even though crochet is certainly not my strong suit, and I'm still not completely comfortable with reading crochet patterns, it wasn't too bad for a beginner like myself. We measured her up, and I started hooking for her (wait... that doesn't sound right). When I had finished, the skirt was so heavy there was simply no hope of a mere drawstring cord holding it up. Fortunately, we had supplies on hand: an exceptionally wide length of elastic, and some 2" wide folded satin blanket binding (in the right color no less!). Lexi wears it over a few of her skirts, and the good news is that it requires no special care when washing. Oh, and bless her heart she told me that every time she wears it, someone compliments her on it. Even if it's not the truth, she's sweet to tell me such an uplifting lie.