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Cute Blossom Skirt

By: Pinpilan Wangsai for

If you're searching for skirts to knit, this is a great one to try! Perfect for summer, the Cute Blossom Skirt not only dons the color of a flower, but it's shaped like one too! So get your straight knitting needles ready, this skirt is begging to be made!


Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

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

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I think "cute" is not the word I would use for this pattern. More like "ugly". Looks like a pumpkin!

This is a joke! I don't know anyone, young or old who would wear this.

I'm fifteen and I am planning to make it, and possibly some for my friends! I think it would be really cute with bright leggings, some colorful legwarmers, and a neutral color sweater!

I hate to be the one to point this out, but it really looks like the pants that men wore during the Renaissance period! those leggings REALLY put it in that time frame PERFECTLY! With the "emo-boy" hair cut, and the combat looking boots, I suppose looking "butch" is what she was after, and that is what she accomplished, no two ways about it! I even have the link to show you what I mean! Go to and it is spot on with the look. Even though this is a skirt, the pants were so baggy in this style, that it was hard to see the difference! This is both funny and sad! I, like the post before this one, fully appreciate the planning and the work that went into it, and it might look better on a woman if it was made longer, and without the leggings. The color is very odd for this style, as well, because when I saw the picture, I thought it was part of a pumpkin costume, until I read what it actually is! If it were longer, and perhaps done in some lighter colors, it would work as a tulip skirt, but this just isn't what tulip skirts looked like back in the day!

This is definitely one for "beauty is in the eye of the beholder". Personally, I don't like it but I appreciate the effort used to design it.

OK I am at the upper end of the 70s but these tulip skirts were all yhe rage in the 50s

Peg347 - You sound crotchety. It is a very creative pattern I admire that aspect tremendously! I can picture a teenager enjoying wearing this skirt, I would not have, I dress by convenience and for comfort and pretty low key-ly, always have, but a lot of teenagers have fun being off beat and different. I think they do, anyway. lol

@babs1350-- w&t stands for wrap and turn. Hope this helps! --Editor of AllFreeKnitting

I wouldn't make that "thing" on a bet.

allconny, you must be very old... this is the sort of thing kids are wearing these days... and the kids are knitting, not just the great-grandmothers. (I'm 85 and I wouldn't wear it, but they have to have SOMETHING for the younger crowd.)

This has to be one of the ugliest patterns you have featured! Sorry, just couldn't help getting a laugh! Can't imagine anyone wearing this!

what does w&t mean when working the panels


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