Vintage Skirt


"This Vintage Skirt is super cute for any occassion! Written in sizes newborn to size 6 in childrens! Dress it up, or dress it down."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge7 Stitches = approx 2 inches

Finished SizeInfant, Toddler and Child

Materials List

  • Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn
  • I 5.50mm Crochet Hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Ribbon

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Aww! What an adorable little skirt. Someone is extra bold to create any item like this in a white yarn. I think the sentiment is adorable but I know that any item in white for someone in this age bracket will not be white for long.

Little ones get some of the cutest things to wear created for them. I could really see this little ditty made up in almost any color of the rainbow and be used at play and for really important events. Because they grow up so fast it is a good idea to make one for now and one for later.

This baby model is soooo cute. The Vintage Skirt here is very typical of a Lavender Chair crochet product. Very neatly done, beautifully crafted and unique.

This Vintage Skirt is just gorgeous! After reading the pattern I see that it doesn't say how much yarn is used but does say many different sizes but doesn't give directions for any of them other then new born. I would really like to make this for my 4 year old Grand daughter. I think I'll just wing it and start with a chain long enough to fit her waist line. I love the way the rest of the pattern reads and sounds easy enough to make. Love the look of the hat too this little girl is wearing. Thank you for this beautiful vintage skirt pattern.

Cheryl, after looking at the pattern from the link, it looks like the creator put the other sizes in the parenthesis of the pattern. This always makes it difficult for me to remember which one I was following but hope that helps you make this adorable pattern! Can't wait to make this for my daughter!

Thank you, I see this now that there are other numbers in parenthesis that I didn't see the first time. And a tip for you that I do is, I circle the numbers of the stitches for the size that I want to make. this way as I go from row to row I just look for the circled number to keep me on track. I hope this helps you. Again thank you for your comment, it made me take a double look..

This is ridiculously pretty! It looks so sweet, especially in the matching hat like in this picture.


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