So Very Poncho
Beginning at the bottom (with, yes, a lot of stitches), you will work your way up to the collar while you work your way through most of a gradient pack of 1000 yards (or alternate between two skeins of gradient fingering weight yarn, then add 200 more yards at the top). Finished off with a Garter Stitch collar and buttonholes worked as you go, you’ll be flaunting this poncho in no time.
- Excellent use of a gradient pack or 1000 yards of your favorite fingering weight yarn
- Easy to knit
- Don’t forget some fabulous buttons to show off on the collar - double them up to show off two different buttons by sewing them together (like cufflinks)
20 inches (50.75 cm) collar circumference, 80 inches (203 cm) hem circumference, 21 ½ inches (54.5 cm)depth on shorter side, 4 ½ inches (11.5 cm) collar depth
Backyard Fiberworks Prairie; fingering weight: 100% superwash Merino wool; 400 yds (366 m) per 3.53 oz (100 g) skein; Take Five gradient pack (five 80-yd mini skeins); colorway: Thistle or approx. 1000 yds
four ½-inch (13 mm) buttons of one design, optional: four ½-inch (13 mm) buttons of a second design