Knitting pattern for Waffle Loop Skirt from Other Loops
WAFFLE LOOP SKIRT is a skirt with waffle texture, a high waist and a straight silhouette. The skirt looks great with a white boyfriend shirt or the matching Waffle Loop Sweater.
The pattern includes options for 2 different lengths: a short and a midi length skirt.
The skirt is worked top down.
The pattern is available in English, German, French and Italian
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XS (S) M (L) XL (2XL)
Waist: 53,5 (59,5) 65,5 (70) 78 (84)
Hips: 80 (86) 93 (98) 106 (112)
Length: 46 (47) 48 (49) 50 (51) cm measured from under the waistband at the back.
The skirt has a negative ease of about 10 cm. You should choose a size that is approx. 8-12 cm less than your actual hip measurement.
Materials: Waffle Loop Skirt is worked in 1 strand of Önling No 20, Shetland wool held together with 1 strand of Önling No 8, companion thread in 100% merino wool.
150 (150) 200 (200) 200 (200) gr Önling no 20, 100% Shetland wool, approx 225 m pr. 50g.
1 (1) 1 (1) 1 (1) cones Önling No 8, 100% merino wool. Cones á approx 1500 m pr. 100g.
Work with 2 strands of yarn held together throughout
The models shown on the images are worked in other yarns than Önling No 20 and 8, but if you wish to knit a skirt in very similar colors, we recommend the following combinations:
Brown: Önling no 20, col 70 grey-brown mix and Önling No 8, col 351 Brown
Grey-blue: Önling no 20, col 79 lead grey + Önling No 8, col 614 grey blue
Recommended needles: 4,5 mm circular needle (60 and 80 and/or 100 cm) and 4 mm needle (80 or 100 cm), 3,5 mm needle (60 cm)
Gauge: 19 sts x 32 rows in waffle texture on needle no. 4,5 mm = 10 x 10 cm
Procedure: The skirt is worked top down. First, the waistband is worked in stockinette stitch in the round. It is then folded in half and knitted down. From here, you work in waffle texture and short rows are worked to lengthen the back relative to the front. Then, waffle texture is worked in the round with increases for the hips on both sides of the work.