I returned to the sewing room during the afternoon and checked to see how much of the fabric I have left. Enough to make another skirt using a skirt pattern that I have sewn several times previously; thus no real fitting adjustments to make. It is a pattern well liked by many sewist if you read reviews on Pattern Review.
It is McCall's 5523. I have made it in cotton stretch woven and wool.
I decided to cut out New Look 6150, another knit top pattern I sewed last year using a mesh knit fabric seen below. The fabric I used this time is similar in weight. It too was purchased at the time I bought the skirt fabric and I planned to use it with that fabric.
So how to salvage the current skirt? I thought about lace. I see many skirts with lace as well as leather. I am thinking a lace panel to attach somehow. Now I need to research lace fabrics. If you have suggestions for sources with a variety of colors, please leave a comment to this post.