Asymmetric Skirt Serpentine by

Asymmetric Skirt Serpentine

May 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
4 repeats = 4 inches
in main pattern
2.75 mm (C)
1160 - 2020 yards (1061 - 1847 m)
S, M, L, XL, 2XL
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This pattern is available for $6.00 USD
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Define your figure in a way that is certain to get you noticed with this asymmetric crochet skirt. Simple stitches beautifully intermix for striking pattern play but not at the expense of wear ability. Minimalist style and at the same time perfect for the office or evenings out alike. The timeless grey hue makes this skirt effortlessly trans-seasonal - wear yours with anything from oversized warm knits to simple summer tees.

You will receive:

detailed tutorial in ENGLISH for every row - browse the screen shots

HQ diagrams (all charts are blurred in the above screen shots);

written explanation of all rows of the diagrams is included (in case you are not used to work with the crochet charts).

Level: intermediate

Choosing the right YARN and HOOK to achieve great results

Yarn in photos: Fingering / 4 ply / 390 m in 100 gr / 430 yards in 3.5 oz.

This skirt crochet pattern is provided for sizes:
S with hips 90-94 cm (35.5-37’’);
M with hips 98-102 cm (38.5-40’’);
L with hips 106-110 cm (41.5-43.5’’);
XL with hips 114-118 cm (45-46.5’’);
2XL with hips 122-126 cm (48-50’’).

Length of the skirt measured from waistband to hemline in the centre of the back is respectively 51 / 57 / 57 / 63 / 63 cm = 20’’/22.4’’/22.4’’/24.8’’/24.8’’.
Length measured from waistband to hem in longest place in front is 58 / 65 / 65 / 72 / 72 cm = 22.8’’/25.6’’/25.6’’/28.3’’/28.3’’

Please keep the original small margins of this PDF during printing out.

► instructions for crocheting necklace: Necklace-transcendental

Any reprinting, transmitting, reproducing, publishing or otherwise using for commercial purposes parts of this crochet pattern is strictly prohibited without my prior written permission. Intangible digital items cannot be returned or refunded.

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