Created by: Benne
Project

Fur Skirt

What are you most proud of? I am proud of my four days accompanied with few hours of slacking. I thought the colours were going to be off, but they turned to be rather not too bad. The flower in the centre was the last addition to the skirt. It wasn't really neccessary but I thought it deseverved at least a place becausae it took me an additional four days to complete it, so I made a spot for it on the skirt. I removed it later on What advice would you give someone starting this project? I regret not writing down the pattern and measurements I used to create this skirt. But if any of you should need it I'll try to remember the pattern and jot it down to share. Its a small size however, about size 6.

You Can Make This

Benne made Fur Skirt with:

  • Cygnets Acrylic Yarns 100g Size 4.00 m.m crochet hook

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I am proud of my four days accompanied with few hours of slacking. I thought the colours were going to be off, but they turned to be rather not too bad. The flower in the centre was the last addition to the skirt. It wasn't really neccessary but I thought it deseverved at least a place becausae it took me an additional four days to complete it, so I made a spot for it on the skirt. I removed it later on What advice would you give someone starting this project? I regret not writing down the pattern and measurements I used to create this skirt. But if any of you should need it I'll try to remember the pattern and jot it down to share. Its a small size however, about size 6.

Q&A with Benne

BeadSphere asked:
This is a really adorable skirt. Do you plan on making a pattern available at some point?
Benne answered:
Yes! Though I do not have the patterrn for the skirt in general, I do have the fur stich pattern. I'm going to re-do same skirt again and this time, I'll write them down to share. Thanks for the comment!:)
Crocotte asked:
Looks nice on you. How did you do the fringe/fur? Is it a stitch that looks like this or did you add it after?
Benne answered:
Thank you! Its a stitch called the loop stitch and the trick is to cut the loops in two to make the fur.

Skill Level

Intermediate