Annaliese Knit Lace Skirt Pattern by Kristin Omdahl
This seamless, knit lace skirt pattern is worked in-the-round; it begins with the drawstring casing and continues from the top down in a beautiful, delicate lace pattern. The edging is worked perpendicularly to the last round of the skirt which allows you to simultaneously binds off all the stitches.
This knit shawl pattern is also featured in Kristin Omdahl’s newest knitting book, “Layers: 19 Knit Projects to Fit, Flatter & Drape”. Click here for a personalized, autographed copy of “Layers: Knit” book. Or download the digital “Layers: Knit” ebook here. You can also purchase this book on Amazon here.
What you will need to make this knit lace skirt pattern:
540 (600, 660, 730, 800) yds or 493.6 (656.4, 722, 798.6, 875.2) m #2 sport weight yarn
US5 (3.25mm) circular knitting needles for skirt and double pointed needles for icord
US 8 (5mm) circular knitting needles
Contrast yarn for provisional cast-on
36 (40, 44, 48, 52) in or 91 (102, 112, 122, 132)cm hips
28 in (71cm) length
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