Vertigo Spiral Skirt by Annastasia Cruz

Vertigo Spiral Skirt

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April 2015
Thread ?
12 stitches and 13 rows = 4 inches
in pattern stitch
1.9 mm
1200 - 5000 yards (1097 - 4572 m)
34-50" hips, 16-22" waist to hem
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Skill level: easy, intermediate.

Pattern is in US terminology.

The skirt is worked from side to side with perfectly spaced increases to create a spiraling circle skirt. The two sides are then crocheted together with single crochet stitches. A trim is then added to the hem and up the side (along the crochet joining). Finally, the waistband is made by working into the sides of the stitches at the waistband. Ties are made and woven through chain spaces on the waistband.

Make any women’s size, by selecting the length you want, 16 (18, 20, 22)”, then continue repeating the rows until the flat end of the skirt is hip size.

Have some fun with this pattern, change up the colors and see what kind of color combinations you can do, I do however recommend 2 or more colors.

Finished Measurements:
Length: 16 (18, 20, 22)”
Width: as desired
Sample shown is 20” length with 34” hips

-#10 crochet cotton (1600-4700 yds), sample made using Aunt Lydias Classic Crochet.
-Steel hook size 5, 1.90 mm
-Stitch markers (about 16)
-Tapestry needle

Gauge: 12 vsts and 13 rows = 4” in Vst pattern

Stitches used:
Slip stitch = sl st, chain = ch, single crochet = sc, half double crochet = hdc, double crochet = dc

Skills used:
Working in rows, working in the round, working in sides of stitches, working a specified number of sts between 2 spots.

This pattern includes written instructions in American terminology in English and stitch diagrams for each size.