Bell Curve Skirt

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Bell Curve Skirt



This skirt is both sexy and comfortable to wear. Knit in the round from the waistband down, it is quick to knit with minimal finishing. The decorative star patterns separating the panels are extrapolated from the star stitch border, and sneakily hide the increases for a smooth line. Choose a yarn that has both body and stretch so that it will skim your curves without clinging or sagging. The slight A-line with flared hem will look good on a wide variety of figures. This pattern was originally published on the website

Note: choose a size based on your hip measurement, as waist will be adjusted with elastic.
Waist: 27″(31″, 35″, 39″, 43″, 47″, 51″)
Hips: 33.5″(37.5″, 41.5″, 45.5″, 49.5″, 53.5″, 57.5″)
Hem: 54.5″(58.5″, 62.5″, 68″, 72″, 76″, 81.5″)
Length: 23.5″(23.5″, 23.5″, 24.25″, 24.25″, 24.25″, 25″)

GAUGE 4″ = 20 sts and 30 rounds in Stocking Stitch on larger needles

800(900, 1000, 1100, 1200, 1300, 1400) yards worsted weight yarn
US 6 (4mm) and 8 (5mm) circular needles 24″-29″or sizes needed to obtain gauge
stitch markers
1(1, 1, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5) yards 0.5″ wide elastic in a color that is darker than your yarn
large safety pin
sewing needle and thread in a similar color to elastic
yarn needle
crochet hook (optional)

YARNS SHOWN Berroco Weekend (75% acrylic/25% cotton; 205 yards/100 grams)