(K) Ruffle Skirt

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(K) Ruffle Skirt Pattern


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Knitting: (K) Ruffle Skirt
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit in the round
  • knit 2tog
  • purl
  • previous experience with netted yarn may be helpful

Pattern Description:

Pattern uses starbella, sashay, or pirouette yarn in combination with a matching worsted weight yarn. I was tired of only making scarves with the netted yarns, so I created a new pattern for it!

Includes sizes for 18M through a girls 14. Very easy to mix and match instructions for a custom fit. Features an adjustable elastic waist.

Please ask if you have any questions.


16 sts + 24 rows in st st = 4 inches square

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Sizes for 18M through a Girls 14. Very easy to make a custom fit, email me if you need help.


  • netted yarn (starbella, sashay, etc) 1-3 skeins, depending on brand and size of skirt
  • matching worsted weight yarn - 1 skein (depends on size of skein)
  • size 8 (5.00mm) circular needle, 16 inch

You Will Also Need:

  • 3/4" buttonhole elastic
  • sewing needle
  • small amount of matching thread
  • matching button to fit through elastic holes
  • yarn needle

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 2 reviews)
ConiCuts on craftsy.com

Good Very east pattern to follow  May 24, 2013

This was a well written pattern and it had several photos to help you out. I love that it has many size variations. The only thing I wish it did state was the length to cut the elastic. However, that info is easily found on the web. Overall a very nice pattern.

pebbels on craftsy.com

Good Cute skirt  December 31, 2012

This was easy to make with a small amount of sewing and the finish is wonderful

About Designer

About Designer

Angelina Glick on craftsy.com

My mom started me with knitting and crocheting at the age of 5. As my knowledge of it outgrew my moms, I turned to my sister for help when I didn't understand something. I home schooled through 10th grade and graduated in 2009 with a public school. I can't live without Irish dancing and am currently studying to take the 4 day exam to be a certified teacher in 2014. When I'm not teaching dance or ...

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