Make with super bulky yarn this piece is perfect for cooler fall temperatures. The skirt works up quickly in one piece and can be easily adjusted to customize the piece to your measurements and desired length.
The skirt worn by the model is 20″ in length, altering the length of the skirt will impact the amount of yarn needed.
Super bulky weight yarn (approximately 10 yards per inch in length)
Size P crochet hook
9 stitches x 6 rows (4″ x 4″ half-double crochet)
Hdc – half-double crochet
Blhdc – back-loop half-double crochet
Row 1: Hdc in second chain from hook, hdc in each stitch until the end of the row, chain 1 <31>
Row 2: Blhdc 30, hdc 1, chain 1 <31>
Repeat Row 2 until the panel is large enough to comfortably wrap around the body 1.5 times at the waist.
Row 1: Chain 1, and turn the piece sideways. Hdc into the edge of the final body row, insert a stitch marker. Hdc into each row along the edge of the piece, chain 1
Row 2: Blhdc into each stitch until the one with the stitch marker. Hdc, chain 1. Remove stitch marker.
Row 3: Blhdc into each stitch until the final one in the row, hdc 1, chain 1.
Repeat Row 3 until the panel of the skirt reaches the desired length. End and weave in all tails.
Try on the panel of the skirt with one corner at the front of the waist and wrapping the remainder around the waist. Mark the places on the piece where the corners on either end of the waistband must be attached. Attach each of these corners as needed with a yarn needle. Add another stitch to secure the overlap in the front of the skirt if desired.