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Floreala

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Floreala
Floreala
Floreala
Floreala

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Skill Level: EASY to INTERMEDIATE 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 but may require some skill to master. Not recommended for absolute beginners.

Pattern Description:

Floreala is a gorgeously girly, floral inspired skirt: perfect for any little girl. Equally suited to cotton or wool you can brighten any season with an array of colour options limited only by your imagination.

Constructed from the top down and with an elastic waistband casing you can easily customise this design for a perfect fit.

Photo Tutorial provided.

Gauge:

19 sc to 4 inches/10cm on 4mm hook (or size required to achieve gauge)

A note regarding gauge: For this pattern, gauge is not critical as the elastic waistband 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 6 years
  • To fit 16" - 23' waist

Materials:

  • 4mm crochet hook or hook required to achieve gauge
  • 300 -500m fingering weight yarn

You Will Also Need:

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


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$6.00

Intermediate
Crocheting
Clothing
Girls, Infant/Baby
Skirt
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About the designer

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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