August 08, 2007

The Ogee Lace Skirt

Ogee lace skirt.jpg

This is one of the projects I have no WIP pictures of at all. While I was knitting on the spiral boot socks from Interweave Knits summer number my daughter found the pictures of the Ogee lace skirt in it. I had some Rowan Linen Drape yarn that I found somewhat suitable, if I went down in needle size. Hanna is smaller than the smallest size, but on the other hand, Linen Drape is thinner than the suggested Rowan Bamboo Tape. I could even had gone down one size more, the blocking of the skirt made it bigger than I had calculated. But all in all I think it turned out pretty ok, and Hanna is pleased. The pattern was fun to knit, and not difficult at all.

Ogee framifran.jpg

Project details:
Pattern: Ogee Lace Skirt by Gryphon Perkins for Interweave Knits Summer 2007.
Yarn: Rowan Drape, 3 and a half ball.
Needles: 6 mm, 5,5 for the I-cords (I didn’t have 6mm dpns)

Ogee close up.jpg

A close up of the lace


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