Crochet Sashay Ruffle toddler Skirt

Crochet Sashay Ruffle toddler Skirt
ruffle skirt

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Enjoy this cute crochet Sashay yarn skirt pattern. My little one is only 7 months and I can’t wait for her to wear this cute skirt I made for her when she becomes a toddler. I saw a few of these crochet skirts online, but you had to pay for the pattern, so I decided to create one myself after some trial and error. I was happy to make a You tube  video to go with this crochet pattern since I figured it may be a little tricky to attach the sashay yarn to the crochet skirt.
How to Crochet a Sashay Yarn Skirt, Size 2 and 4 year olds Part I

How to Crochet a Sashay Yarn Skirt, Size 2 and 4 year olds Part II

You tube Video on how to do the ruffle of the skirt.

Supplies: Caron Soft Pink yarn, or whatever yarn you prefer

 Sashay yarn, 1 ball for the toddler size, and 1 1/2 balls of sashay yarn for the bigger size

I and F hook

 Ribbon, any kind is fine, as long as it fits in the triple crochet belt space

(Girls size 2, 4)

Finished waist: 20″, 22″

Directions are for size 2 and 4, if you want a smaller size, then use less chains for the waist. Use your measuring tape to measure.

 (Chain 66 for size 2, or 72 for size 4), join to first ch to form a loop. Be careful not to twist it.

I hook with pink yarn

 Rnd 1. sc in each stitch around, sl st. (66,72)

Rnd 2. ch 3, triple crochet in each stitch around, sl st in beg chain. (66,72) (this will be the ribbon belt loops)

Rnds 3-4. ch 1, sc in each stitch around, sl st. (66,72)  *Repeat for next two rounds

Rnds 5-7. *ch 1, sc in the back loops in each stitch around, sl st, (66,72) *Repeat for the next three rounds.

Rnd 8. ch 1, *sc in the back loops in next two stiches, 2sc in the next stitch in the back loops, *

Repeat around, sl st, (88,96)

Rnds 9-24. *ch 1, sc in the back loops in each stitch around, sl st, *Repeat, (88,96)

Take Ribbon and skip two triple crochet and insert in the next loop, *Repeat around, then in the center front, opposite side of the seam, skip 4 triple crochet in between the two ends of ribbon and connect the two ends of the ribbon and make a bow.

 For Size 4, I would continue the length to 6 more rows, so go to round 30.

 Sashay Ruffle: Ballet, F hook

 Rounds for Sashay skirt:  F hook for ruffles

 Rnd 5. start in round 5 for ruffles. *Create the Sashay Ruffle on hook first to start, by folding the yarn inward about an inch, and inserting hook in the 2nd loop from the beginning of the fold. Skip two loops on the sashay yarn, insert hook in the 3rd hook on the yarn and pull through the loops on the hook.

 In Round 5, Insert your hook with the sashay ruffle that you create (directions above) in the first sc back loop at the back seam. skip one loop on sashay yarn and insert hook in the next sashay yarn loop and pull the sashay yarn loop through the skirt back loop and sashay yarn loop, this will create the 2nd ruffle.

 So Insert your hook in each sc back loop for each round. Then skip one loop on the sashay yarn loop and then pull through both loops. *Repeat for each row for ruffles

 Rnds 6-7. Skip 2 rows of back loops, then start a row of ruffles in the 3rd row of back loops.

Rnd 8. *Repeat Row of Ruffles (same as round 5. same as above.)

Rnds  9-10. Skip 2 rows of back loops

Rnd 11. *Repeat Row of Ruffles (same as above.)

Rnds 12-13. Skip 2 rows of back loops

Rnd 14. *Repeat Row of Ruffles (same as above.)

Rnds 15-16. Skip 2 rows of back loops

Rnd 17. *Repeat Row of Ruffles (same as above.)

Rnds 18-19.  Skip 2 rows of back loops

Rnd 20. *Repeat Row of Ruffles (same as above.)

Rnds 21-22.  Skip 2 rows of back loops

Rnd 23. *Repeat Row of Ruffles (same as above.)

Rnd 24. Leave alone

For Size 4, I would continue the length to 6 more rows, so go to round 30. Just alternate every 2 rows skip like seen above.

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29 thoughts on “Crochet Sashay Ruffle toddler Skirt

  1. Amy Lehman says:

    for a larger size, I would measure her waist, then crochet chains that are same measurements as the waist measurement, and just follow the rest of the pattern

  2. Suzanne Kreisher says:

    Looking at your pattern the base for the skirt is done in SC with the ruffle being attached in every 3d row. I wonder…could I cut down on the number of rows needed for the base by SCing row 5, then DC row 6 (rather than SCing 6 and 7) and so on…the ruffle would be attached to the SC rows. Thoughts?

  3. laura says:

    Wow, at first glance I thought this was a clutch purse. Little girls get to wear all the fun stuff! This stuff could be used as a ruffled cuff for plain shirts, the neckline as well. It would be pretty as a “flower” on a hat.

  4. Suzanne Kreisher says:

    TIP: If you are making this skirt in a larger size, using the Caron yarn might make it too heavy. I am making it in a girls size 6 and am using a sport weight yarn which seems to be working out well.

  5. Diana Jiron Graff says:

    My 6 year old and I are very excited to have found this pattern! thank you! I am really going to try to make it for her self and for her little sister 😉 wish me luck!

  6. Pamela Lindsey says:

    On round 8 of the skirt I am assuming you are supposed to repeat the pattern of sc in next 2 stitches, 2sc in next stitch around to the end? At least that is what I did

  7. mary says:

    I started this from another patter and have single crocheted all my rounds will that be okay to attach my ruffle to or should I take it all out and start again

  8. Crystal says:

    I love this, I’m working on it right now! Thank you so much! I love your videos and blog! You have a great voice to listen to and (i’m a beginner) explain everything so clear to me!!! You ROCK!

  9. Josephine says:

    The skirt is fabulous, I love the colours. However could you please tell me what yarn type and color you used for the ruffle yarn? I have looked and cannot find this yarn colour and I would love to try this pattern.


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