Lady Eavan by Monika Sirna

Lady Eavan

November 2015
Light Fingering ?
16 stitches and 23 rows = 4 inches
in Chevron Lace on larger needles
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1060 - 2170 yards (969 - 1984 m)
XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL); waist 22-43.5" or 56-110.5 cm
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Let’s skip in time to a czar palace and watch ‘figures dancing gracefully’, enjoy old Hollywood glam in its full glory, get ready for the holidays, or squeal in excitement at the upcoming wedding of your best friend.

Lady Eavan is a tea length gathered skirt worked in timeless chevron, creating a statement piece suitable for any special occasion in your life. the solid hemline and waistband frame the delicate lace like a piece of artwork.

Please note, an underskirt is necessary for this skirt. Lady Eavan skirt can be worn over a slip, petticoat and/or tulle skirt.

Would you like to make a matching skirt with your darling daughter? Little Eavan was published as well!

Loving the lace? Check out the Glamour Loop and Glamour Stole!

XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL)
22 (26, 30.5, 35, 39.5, 43.5)“ or 56 (66, 77.5, 89, 100.5, 110.5) cm
Sample shown in size M.

The pattern is suitable for lace light fingering, or fingering weight merino yarn blends with high twist in solid or semisolid colors.
Samples shown in Dia Shawl by Colour Adventures, Wine colorway.
1060 (1270, 1480, 1740, 1950, 2170) yds
970 (1160, 1350, 1590, 1780, 1980) m

Skill level:
3 (1-easy, 5 difficult)
Suitable for intermediate skill level knitters. The pattern is detailed enough for everyone who would like to learn and try new techniques.

1.75” (45 mm) wide non-roll elastic, st markers, scrap yarn, safety pin, darning needle, sewing needle and thread, blocking wires and/or pins.
Optional for adding beads: 0.85 mm crochet hook, 3 or 4 mm crystal or glass beads -(210, -, 280, -, 350) pcs.

Pattern includes:

  • adding optional beads
  • written and charted instructions
  • photos and schematics of key steps
  • sewing simple underskirt instructions
  • tips for beginners, tips for advanced knitters
  • detailed instructions of techniques used, tips on gauge, choosing and adjusting size, customize length, fixing mistakes, blocking.

Printing note:
Please read the pattern before printing. There is a chance you won’t need to print every page.