I think I'm gonna do the zig zagging around the letters in bright blue too.
Then I'm going to make the Towel Roll using some black and blue kind of Hawaiian fabric that I found at Hancock. I was actually at a loss as to what to do with this fabric. When I bought it, I had never sewn anything before and thought that it would be OK if I ruined it. I bought it on the clearance table for about $1 a yard. But then I found that sewing was easier that I thought it might be and just kind of shoved this stuff to the bottom of my stash because I didn't think it was the most beautiful fabric in the world. It's too much dark color, but too much floral happiness to make something entirely out of it. But then the Towel Roll came along and I paired with a white towel, it's going to look great! Sorry, I don't have a picture of this fabric.
Then lastly (that is if I don't come up with any other ideas), are the skirts. Thanks to April Baylor at Sewing Novice, I found out how to make a full skirt for a kid. I was going to make it reversible like mine, but had some issues. Sewing at 2 AM when already tired is not recommended. But the more I thought about it, the more I decided that the lining was too thin to be seen on the outside anyway. So I ended up with a full gathered skirt with a built in slip. This one here is for Lila.