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Knit Skirt Free Pattern

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Pencil Skirt
Dimensions 
XS (S) M (L) XL (XXL) 

YOU WILL NEED 
Yarn (84% alpaca Wool, 16% Kashmiri wool; 50 g/68 m) — 5 (6) 7 (8) 9 (10) Black Motks; Circular Spokes № 4 and 4.5, 60 or 80 cm long. 

SPIRAL ELASTIC BAND 
Knit alternately 2 Izn, 2 persons. 

DENSITY OF KNITTING 
17 cm x 26 R. = 10 x 10 cm, connected by a spiral elastic band.. 

Important 
The Density of knitting should match the preset! If necessary, switch to thinner, SOOTV, thick, spokes. 

WORK EXECUTION 
On the Spokes № 4 dial 120 (132) 140 (148) 160 (172) p., a series of lock in the ring and knit in a circle: 1st row: Knit rubber = alternately 2 persons., 2. 

Continue to knit around the rubber band until the length of the work is 5 cm. 

1st Circular series: Go to the spokes № 4.5 and knit: 1 N., * 2 persons., 2. *, repeat from * to *, finish 2 persons., 1 H. 

2nd row (and all other even rows): Knit on the drawing (i.e. to tie facial loops, purl purls loops). 

3rd row: Shift the gum pattern by 1 p. To the left as follows: * 2 N., 2 persons. *, repeat from * to * to the end of the series. 

5th row: Shift the pattern to 1 p. To the left: 1 persons., * 2, 2 persons. * 

Repeat from * to *, Finish 2 Izn, 1 persons. 

7th row: Shift the pattern by 1 p. to the Left: * 2 persons., 2. * 

Repeat from * to * to the end of the series. 

These 8 p. Make up the pattern raport in height. 
Repeat these 8 p. Until the length of the product is 43 (45) 47 (49) 49 (51) cm. 

Finish an even row (2, 4, 6 or 8 p.). 

Go to the Spokes № 4 and knit 8 cm spiral rubber Band (= Alternately 2 faces, 2 N.) with a shift left. 

When the length of the product is 51 (53) 55 (57) 57 (60) cm, the loops close so that the bottom 
The edge was not pulled, but was not too free. 

Assembly 
All the ends of the strands fasten. Stacked edge = bottom edge of skirt. 

The Skirt can be worn on the waist or on the hips.





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