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My name is Deanne Ramsay and I live in Canberra, Australia. I am on a mission to create designs that are not only great to wear and use, but are interesting and enjoyable to create as well. After ...

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Coconut Ice

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Coconut Ice
Coconut Ice
Coconut Ice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Skill Level: EASY This is a project created using basic stitches, simple colour changes and minimal shaping and finishing. It incorporates a repetitive pattern using basic crochet stitches.

Pattern Description:

Coconut Ice is a lacy, girly skirt design available in sizes 0-6 months - 14 years. It's totally seamless and constructed from the top-down to make customising a piece of cake. With options for belt loops with a drawstring, or a casing for elastic, this skirt will fit perfectly every time. Equally suited to wool or cotton, it's a sweet choice for any season.

Pattern includes instructions for both DK and light worsted versions.


For DK/8ply:17 sc to 4 inches/10cm on 4.5mm hook (or size required to achieve gauge)
For worsted/10ply: 15 sc to 4 inches/10cm on 5.0mm hook (or size required to achieve gauge)
A note regarding gauge: For this pattern, gauge is not critical as the elastic waistband or drawstring makes a perfect fit easy. It is more important to get the feel and drape of the fabric right. If it feels too stiff and thick, go up a hook size. If it is looking too loose and see-through (it is a skirt after all!), change to a smaller hook. It is up to you. However, don't forget to take into account the difference blocking will make!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 0-6 months through to size 14
  • To fit 16" - 29" waist


  • 250-750m of DK or light worsted yarn.

You Will Also Need:

  • Tapestry needle
  • 3/4" wide waistband elastic (optional)

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