Party Girl Skirt Crochet Pattern (FREE)

Party Girl Skirt Crochet Pattern (FREE)

Party-Girl Skirt

Crochet Skirt PDF Pattern #TICfs002/09/fr

FREE

Lots of ruffles make dressing up fun. This e-pattern was originally published in the August 2009 issue of Crochet World magazine.

TECHNIQUE

Crochet

SKILL LEVEL

Easy

FINISHED SIZES

Instructions are given for girl’s size 2;
Changes for sizes 4, 6, 8, 10 are in ().

FITTED GARMENT MEASUREMENTS

Length:  10.5″ (size 2)
[11.5″ (size 4), 12.5″ (size 6), 15 inches (size 8), 17 inches (size 10)]

MATERIALS

Caron Simply Soft Brites, medium (worsted) weight yarn (6 oz/315 yds/170g per skein);
1 [2, 2, 3, 3] skeins #9604 watermelon
1 [1, 1, 2, 2] skeins each #9608 blue mint and #9607 limelight

Size H/5, 5.0 mm hook or size needed to obtain gauge

Yarn Needle

Sewing Needle

Sewing Thread

3/4″-wide women non-roll elastic

GAUGE

8 hdc = 2″; 9 hdc rows = 3″

Party-Girl Skirt

LOTS OF RUFFLES MAKE DRESSING UP FUN!

 

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Errata – Gardener’s Apron

The final finishing instructions were omitted for the Gardener’s Apron from the April 2009 issue of Crochet World.

The pattern should read:

Gardener’s Apron, page 52
CrochetWorld, April 2009

Finishing

For apron ties, using sewing needle and thread, center and sew grosgrain ribbon to back of Waistband. Seal ends of ribbon with fray check.

http://crochet-world.com/corrections.php?correctionid=72

Gardener’s Apron CAL – Come Join Us

Would you like to crochet an apron?  Well, come on and join us!

A CAL for the Gardener’s Apron from Crochet World Magazine is being held on the We Love TurquoizBlue group on Ravelry.  The CAL will begin on March 1, 2009 and run through April 30, 2009.  This will be a quick and fun project to do for National Crochet Month, which is the month of March.

If you’d like to participate, stop by the group and let everyone know, and when you begin your project just add the tag — ApronCAL — so we can find each others’ projects.  You can also use the following banner on your blog/website to link to the CAL if you’d like to share with others.  Just please be sure to copy it and upload it to your own image host. K’ thanks!

Gardeners Apron CAL

I’m going to make one to use in the kitchen.

Gardener’s Apron

Gardener's Apron
Gardener's Apron

Here’s my newest published design — the Gardener’s Apron –from the April 2009 issue of Crochet World Magazine.   It is an easy-to-make apron that is made with Lily’s Sugar n’ Cream yarn.

Change the color of yarn or combine several colors and the apron would be cute for the kitchen too.  Keep this one in mind for gifts too because it is a fast project.

If anyone is interested in doing this as a CAL, send me a note on Ravelry, and we can put one together.  I hope you all enjoy making this.