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This is a made-to measure crochet pattern written in English US term. To follow the pattern, it takes some close-up measurements of your body and simple calculations. Which are all detailedly listed out in the pattern size guide. The aim is to have the crochet pants fit perfectly to your unique body shapes.


The pants will be built from top down. The pattern provided the chance to stop the project at any length to make it as a pair of shorts or even a mini skirt. 




Tools and Materials


• Category #1 fingering yarn approximately 1120 to 1900 yards.

• Crochet Hook 3.00mm (or any size that meets the gauge)

• Yarn needle

• Scissors

• Tape Measure




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There is no shipping charge for this item as it is a PDF file and can be downloaded after your purchase. Please make sure you download your file immediately after purchase as the download link will expire after a period of time.




© 2023 Jess Root Knots. All rights reserved.
I have spent many hours on this pattern to provide the clear instruction. When purchasing you agree not to alter or resold the pattern in any way. Feel free to sell products using this pattern, but please credit me for the design!


For any questions about this pattern, feel free to email me or DM me on Instagram @jess_rootknots, I will do my best to assist you. And please tag me in your photos on Instagram, I’d love to see your works!


xo, Jessica

Ferny Pants - PDF Crochet Pattern

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    Pattern Reviews

    平均評等為 3 ,滿分 5 分, ,基於 150 票, Product ratings
    100% recommended
    Thank you so much for taking the time to leave me a rating!
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    Videos tutoriales

    Hello, I bought the Calad Shirt pattern, in the description it said it came with support videos. which is not so. I need my money back since I didn't receive what I expected. thank you



    平均評等為 5 ,滿分 5 分

    Great Pattern

    This pattern is absolutely gorgeous and really well written!



    平均評等為 3 ,滿分 5 分

    wheres the video tutorial

    would be helpful to understand assemble (e.g. what is the 'gauge' at the beginning?)



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