Woop woop! My first independently published pattern has landed!
I’ve been building up to this for what seems like ages, but finally, I have published one of my own patterns on Ravelry.
This sassy little number is made from Cascade Fixation which is a stretchy cotton – genius if you need a garment to be close fitting without sagging. It’s a fairly easy make with a couple of specialised stitches, but instructions, and yes, even an extended tr3tog walkthrough are included.
It’s available in two lengths (the one in the image is the shorter length), so if you’re not quite so sure about putting your pins on display, you’ve got the choice. I have worn this loads since I made it last year, and it’s really versatile.
Writing patterns is my thing, and this pattern is an extravangaza. There are loads of charts, and I’ve spent a long time trying to get the layout right, and trying to make it as accessible as possible. If your heart is sinking right now on the chart front, don’t worry, I have written out full row-by-row instructions too.
Download a preview of the first two pattern pages, which include schematics, a full measurements chart, materials, yarn details and quantities.
What are you waiting for? Get your hook out and your skirt on! Oh, and click on the button to buy the pattern. 🙂