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.
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
Colourmart Merino/Cashmere/Viscose/Silk DK
2 cones or 940, 980,1030 yards
19 st and 34 rows = 4″/10 cm in stockinette
4 mm, 32″ circular needles; I use Addi Turbos.
4 stitch markers
3 cm wide elastic, waist-length
The pattern is free and can be easily downloaded by clicking on the link below!