Vertical Ruffle Skirt

This reverse stockinette skirt is perfect for many occasions. It can be elegant with hose, or practical and cosy with thick tights and boots. The front ruffle gives it a very now feeling, and is easy to make.
The skirt is knee-length but easily adjustable in length. It features a folded waist with elastic to hold it up.

vertical ruffle skirt

Design notes
Edging: The edges of this garment are designed to curl. If you don’t want that on the bottom, you can add a folded hem.
Yarn: Should be yarn with lots of drape. I advise alpaca or a mixed yarn with silk or plant-based yarn to add drape. A 100 % merino with lots of bounce might be less suitable.
Sizes: S( M, L) 91( 96, 101) cm / (36, 38,40″)
Finished Measurements: 86( 91, 96 cm)/ (34, 36, 38,) at the hips, with 5 cm/2″negative ease.

Sample Garment Measurements:
Length from neck to hem: 60cm (33 1/2″).
Model is 1.8m/5’11” and wearing size M

Yarn
Colourmart Merino/Cashmere/Viscose/Silk DK
2 cones or 940, 980,1030 yards
Gauge
19 st and 34 rows = 4″/10 cm in stockinette
Needles
4 mm, 32″ circular needles; I use Addi Turbos.

Notions
4 stitch markers
yarn needle
waste yarn
3 cm wide elastic, waist-length

The pattern is free and can be easily downloaded by clicking on the link below!

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