This two-tone flapper-inspired garter slip has gorgeous drape and a luxurious touch, thanks to its silk and cashmere blend yarn. It’s edged in seed stitch, with a slender panel of simple lace down the center. Its elegant, understated styling and sexy garter clips make it a lovely trousseau gift. But if the thought of all that work being sequestered in the honeymoon suite makes you pout, make it a bit longer and wear
it as a dress (just be sure your panties match, as the lace will give you a hint of lookie-here action). Use an extra ball or two of yarn and add 6–10”/15–25cm to the bottom before starting the decrease.
ERRATA: Zelda, p. 53
First line should read
SKIRT DECREASE–72 (72, 78, 78) ROWS
instead of 96 (96, 102, 102).
Also, the last line of that skirt decrease section is oddly worded. You should continue to place the decreases in the first row of those last 3 (3, 4, 4) 6-row lace sets.