The pattern uses five panels total - which is fine based on patterns from 1906. There are a couple of five piece/gored skirts from 1906. However, I had to figure out what Aunt Maggie was wearing.
My guess is the skirt was similar to this one from 1909:
|1909 Historical Pattern|
But fuller and with the gore angled the other way.
For the fabric, I chose a lightweight wool blend I had on hand. It's simply what looked the most correct visually for this style of skirt. I cut out the pattern pieces - using only the skirt panel pieces. The waistband is just a strip of the same material. The kick pleated gores I cut from what was left of the material.
It's not the most interesting of skirts but it is practical for everyday wear with just a hint of interest. I really liked wearing it. I think it balances well with the pintucked shirtwaist.