Easy Summer Knitting Pattern
Girl Skirt In Simple Stockinette Stitch
Knitted Summer Skirt
Pretty Girl Skirt At A Closer Look
toddler & girl skirt knitting pattern
Just knitted another one for my new neighbor's daughter
Pretty Girl Skirt In Simple Stockinette and eyelet Stitches Pattern
Size: Can be customized to fit any ages. All you have to do is check your gauge and cast on the right amount of stitches you need. The follow the rest of the pattern.
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This is the first skirt I designed for my daughters when they were two. They are five now and skirt still fits them but it's getting a bit shorter.
Suwan, is my older twin girl. She happily volunteered to wear her skirt and to post for me here. This skirt has traveled all over the country with us on our cross country trip last year!
The skirt is knitted in round using circular knitting needles. It knitted in 3 tier levels. The second tier has twice as many stitches as the first tier, and the third has twice as many stitches as the second. The edge of the skirt is composed of chain crochet and single crochet.
I blocked the skirt on a towel on my carpet floor. The skirt looked like a big circle with a hole in the middle.
This is one of my favorite skirt because I like the way it hang on the body.
Gauge: approximately 5 sts/7rows/inch on us # 6 (4mm) needle
Finished Measurement: waist size = 20 inches, skirt length = 12 inches.
- 16 inches-circular knitting needle size # 6 US
- 29 inches-circular knitting needle size # 6 US
- 150 g (about 5 oz) of 3 ply-worsted weigh yarn or light worsted weight yarn of your choice.
- 1/2 inch width elastic waist band
- tapestry needle
- 4mm crochet hook (optional for edging)DirectionWaist Band
: With the shorter needle cast on 100 stitches. (Increase cast on by 5 sts to add an extra inch to the waist line.) Place marker and join the yarn make sure not to twist it.
Row 1-5: Knit.
Row 6: Purl.
Row 7-11: Knit.
Row 12: Purl.
Row 13-32: Knit. (decrease number of rows if you preferred shorter.)
Row 33: Purl.
Row 34: (Increase tier 2): Change to the longer needle. *yf, k1, repeat from * to the end.
Row 35: Purl.
Knit the next 25 rows. (decrease number of rows if you want shorter skirt.)
Next Row: Purl.
Next Row (increase tier 3): *yf, K1, repeat from * to the end.
Next row: Purl.
Knit the next 25 rows, p 1 row.
Bind off all stitches. Don't cut yarn.
*Make 3 chains with the crochet hook and sc into the 3 rd st; repeat from * to the end.
Cut yarn and weave the end to back of stitches.
Cut 21 inches of elastic band and sew both ends together. Fold the first 5 rows of the skirt over to the wrong side to form a waist band. Place elastic band inside the seam and sew along the purl line using the left over yarn and a tapestry needle.
I hope I didn't leave anything out.
The skirt pattern is pretty much the same as the other toddler skirt
except this one has 3 tiers instead of 2.
Let me know if you have any questions. I'll be happy to answer. Click Here to Download PDF File for this pattern