Crochet maxi skirt PATTERN (scroll down the page) – Crochet trends

Here is another great pattern worked out with my sister: maxi crochet skirt by Boston Proper

crochet pattern for hips circumference from  67 cm till 120 cm (from 26.5'' till 47.2'')crochet pattern for hips circumference from  67 cm till 120 cm (from 26.5'' till 47.2'')

Several reviews about original skirt were controversial regarding size and length, but if you like to crochet, it’s not a problem to make your OWN creation that fits!

This beige skirt has 2 panels of square motifs. My sister has drawn necessary HQ diagrams for the motif, main pattern and the edge and provided calculations for different hips measurements – from  67 cm till 120 cm (from 26.5” till 47.2”). If your square gauge is slightly wider or shorter than 12 cm (4.7”) – don’t worry, you can continue crocheting this gorgeous skirt because she made calculations for the squares sized 11, 12 and 13 cm (4.3”- 5”).  Based on them you will be able to crochet the skirt of the necessary width and length.

Why there are calculations in the tables? Because this way is simple to predict any individual result in the gauges and sizes! Some people crochet tight and some loose and it can not be regulated because the size and density of a crochet stitch is not only based on hook and yarn size but also on a person’s grip and wrist movement, which makes it tougher to regulate. Your personal gauge is just another one of those things that make you uniquely you.

But maybe you like the size of the square you just made? What is you are not keen to take another hook and crochet the next gauge? – Just measure the size of your square, if it’s any of 11, 12 or 13 cm (4.3”, 4.7”, 5”) – don’t stress, decide how many squares is needed and follow the instructions!

PATTERN for BOSTON PROPER maxi crochet skirt is available here:

The description includes:

► detailed instructions in English for every row;

► HQ diagrams in PDF-format;

► written explanation of all rows of the diagrams is included (in case you are not used to work with the crochet charts).

Anleitung in Deutsch ist hier erhältlich:

Screen shot of PDF – charts are not shown in this preview.

Projects by other crocheters:

Made by Trinity: 

Made by Vaggelis:

Made by Valérie:

4 thoughts on “Crochet maxi skirt PATTERN (scroll down the page) – Crochet trends

  1. I bought this pattern (as well as some others) from your Etsy shop. I love it! How long did it take you to crochet this skirt? I’m fairly new to crocheting and understand it gets faster with more experience. I’m just curious what an average time might be for those more advanced. Thank you!


    1. Hi Lara,
      Thank you very much for the purchases. It’s very individual – some crocheters work fast and some not, it often becomes very boring to crochet the same pattern 8 hours a day non-stop : )). I remember that I’ve completed this skirt within 5 days (for hips 90 cm/35.5”, average height), but white skirt was more lacy and consumed approx. 50 % of thread needed for the beige skirt (same height and hips). Depending on your height and hips circumference it might take about 15-20 days of crocheting 5-6 hours a day to finish the beige skirt.
      I know a beginner crocheter who has finished it within 3 months after the purchase.


      1. Thank you so much! This is very helpful. I’m currently crocheting your Triangle Top. The second triangle was definitely faster than when I did the first, so I’m definitely getting faster. I’ve learned so much during the process. I can’t wait to tackle this skirt. I wish it would only take me five days! Lol. Thanks again Inna.


      2. Once you started crocheting you will steadily make progress and work faster. After all, most stitches are chains, double and single crochet stitches. Lots of nice garments are created only with these three stitches. Crocheting is also simpler and probably more comfortable than knitting : )).

        And thank you for reminding me about this top – looks like I forgot to add this pattern to my blog : )).


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