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This simple buttoned skirt used the chevron stitch in an asymmetrical way and the result is really cute. The skirt is worked sideways. The skirt has been made in just one color but you can be creative with how you want to mix the colors.
In the post you will find the instructions for the 0-6 months size of this skirt. But the written pdf pattern contains 13 sizing options from 0-6 months up to 2X adult size. With this pattern, you can make cute chevron baby skirt. This crochet baby girl skirt pattern will be a great for baby shower gifts and newborn gifts. You can complement the skirt with the chevron headband.
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Waist Measurement (inches)
Skirt Length (inches)
Light worsted weight yarn
4.0 mm crochet hook
Stitches (US Version)
Dc: Double crochet
Slst: Slip stitch
Inc – increase (1 Dc , Ch 1, 1 Dc in the same stitch)
Dc2tog:Double crochet two together
Fpdc : Front post double crochet
Bpdc: Back post double crochet
16 stitches /8 rows= 10 cm/4 inch square in Dc
- Ch 1 and Ch 2 at the edges does not count as a stitch
Mark the 11th chain from the hook.
Row 1: Dc in the 3rd chain from the hook. Dc in each stitch before the marked stitch. In the marked stitch, 1 Inc (as explained above in the stitches section). Dc in the remaining stitches across the row. 29 stitches.
Row 2: Ch 2, turn. Dc2tog,Dc in each stitch before the peak point. In the Ch 1 space at the peak point, make 1 Inc, Dc in the remaining stitches across the row. Finish the row with Dc2tog. 29 stitches.
Row 3: Ch 2, turn. Dc2tog,Dc in each stitch before the peak point. In the Ch 1 space at the peak point make 1 Inc, Dc in the remaining stitches across the row. Finish the row with Dc2tog. 29 stitches.
Row 4: Ch 2, turn. Dc2tog, *Ch 1, skip 1 stitch, Dc in next* repeat to the peak point. Ch 1, In the Ch 1 space at the peak point make 1 Inc, continue with *Ch 1, skip 1 stitch, Dc in next* finish the row with Ch 1, Dc2tog. 29 stitches.
Row 5: repeat row 3
Row 6: repeat row 4
Row 7 – Row 34 : repeat row 3 and 4
Rows 35 – Row 37: repeat row 3. Ch 1 and cut yarn.
Row 1: Place the last 2 rows over the first two rows, insert your hook through both, Ch 2 and make 2 Dc on the side of the 1st stitches placed together,mark first stitch, make 2 Dc also on the side of the second stitches placed together, thereby sewing the skirt together. 2 Dc on the side of each stitch. Slst to the 1st stitch. 70 stitches
Row 2: Ch 2, Fpdc around the post of the first stitch from previous row, Bpdc around the post of the next one. Keep alternating till the end of the row. Finish row with a Bpdc and slst to the 1st stitch. 70 stitches
Row 3: repeat row 2. Ch 1 and cut yarn.
Row 1: With the right side facing you, reattach yarn with a slst to the edge of the skirt, Ch 1 make 3 Sc on the side of the first stitch, mark first stitch, make 2 Sc on the side of each stitch across, make 3 Sc on the side of the last stitch
Row 2: Ch 2, turn. Dc in first stitch and slst in the next, repeat across row. Ch 1 and cut yarn.
Make a long chain and pass it through the waistband.
Attach button at the peak point of the first row of the project. Place other buttons at intervals that best suits you.
Button up through the 2nd to the last row of the project, through the spaces between the Dc.
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