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Knit Skirts and Dresses

The link doesn't seem to work, but I'm posting the picture anyway because I like the transition from bodice to skirt. Very pretty design.

Annie Larson Knitwear. I like the chain idea. Easy to knit, too.

Nice traditional colorwork, but it needs sleeves to work for me.

Knitted DROPS skirt with cable pattern in �Karisma�..

Ravelry: sannie's k e đ j a

RITO, UFW, fall/winter 2010-11 Photographer Serge Chernikov.

High-waisted knit skirt pattern

Ravelry: jettshin's 2.Cabletta Wannabe-GRADUATION DRESS-Test knit

Knit pencil skirt-knitspiration

  • Shaye F.

    Can I knit it in that shape? Because otherwise it's going to be much more lumpy and bumpy in places where I prefer it not be.

  • Kriston Eller

    It's always an issue with knitted skirts, but if you make it yourself, at least you can fine-tune the fit for your own shape...or knit a tunic top that covers your bum. ;-)

Interesting shape. Bulky without looking boxy.

The dark bits on the side make this shape very slimming. sonia rykiel sweater.

heart me forever cable knit skirt - pattern by knittingisawesome

Love this dress

  • Antony N Jilly Oxo

    Beautiful! Can I get the patten? Jilly

  • Kriston Eller

    I only know what you know from clicking through the link. Did you follow the link? Sometimes I pin things for inspiration even if there's no pattern connected.

Moschino knitted dress

Helen Rödel. Inspires me, with some changes...I like the idea of knitting what looks like woven strips using cables, then "freeing" them to make a thick fringy part around the bottom of the skirt.

Crosby Derek Lam dress ♥✤ | Keep the Glamour | BeStayBeautiful

Ravelry: Little Flirt Skirt pattern by Faina Goberstein- free pattern- or bring the pleats up higher to make a drop waist

lolalois. I like the artisanal quality of this dress. Nice mix of textures and good color sense.

A knitted gown...Why not? (Answer: because the thought of that lovely, delicate handwork dragging on the dirty street is making my teeth itch! But the dress itself is gorgeous.)

Ravelry: Burnt Plaid Dress pattern by Robyn Chachula