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Sundance Square Skirt

Sundance Square Skirt

Regular price $6.00 USD
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This listing is for a handknitting pattern, which is available for immediate download upon completion of checkout. Photos depict how your item will look if you follow the instructions given in the pattern; these items are not part of your purchase. Please note that, pursuant to my policies on digital downloads, NO REFUNDS will be given after the pattern has been purchased.

I called Fort Worth home for almost 20 years; in the heart of downtown is a 35-block entertainment district home to skyscrapers, exciting nightclubs, elite restaurants, and one of the world’s top ten performance halls. Sundance Square holds a special place in my heart as I made many memories within these streets, including my first kiss. The street style is chic and Texas, with plenty of day-to-evening looks and exclusive labels mixed in with the big hair and genuinely dusty boots. Here, I’ve created a fitted yet comfortable pencil skirt worked from the top down in one nearly seamless piece, with clever shaping at the back of the skirt and knitted-in casings that create a ruched effect when laced with a length of I-cord. Wear it to the office in the morning, then cinch it up a little higher for your night on the town! Note that this skirt is meant to have quite a bit of negative ease, so don’t be put off by the tiny finished measurements!

20 1/4 (22, 25, 28½, 31 3/4) inch waist circumference, 20 3/4 inches long. Meant to be worn with 5-6 inches of negative ease.


S. Charles Collezione Eclipse (92% cotton, 4% nylon, 4% polyester; 162 yd 148 m/50 g); #07 sandstone, 5 (6, 6, 7, 7) balls
Size 4/3.5 mm 24” circular needle and 2 double-pointed needles
Spare 24” cir needle in same size or smaller
Stitch holders
Yarn needle
Waste yarn
24 (26, 30, 34, 38)” of 2” wide white elastic
White thread
Sewing needle or sewing machine

23 sts/36 rounds = 4 inches in stockinette

Looking for a bigger size range? Worked at a gauge of 21 sts/32 rounds, the sizes expand to 24 (26, 30, 34, 38) inches at the waist. Remember to leave yourself at least a couple of inches of negative ease!

Pattern support is available through my personal email address, included in the pattern, or by visiting my Ravelry group:

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