Camino Inca Ponchito & Cowl by Jenjoyce Design
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Camino Inca Ponchito & Cowl

Knitting
May 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
4.5 stitches = 1 inch
in colorwork pattern
US 7 - 4.5 mm
300 - 600 yards (274 - 549 m)
3 sizes: 35(44, 53)" at shoulder x 22" at neckline. Lengths = 11(15,19)" approx bottom to top
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The Camino Inca, also known as the “Inca Trail” or “trail to Machu Picchu”, is a road built by the Incan Empire long ago, but parts of it are still traveled today, and it is the traditional Peruvian folk dress in the High Andes which inspires this design.
Pattern includes instructions for a ponchito & basic cowl. Modeled forthcoming! (See accompanying Camino Inca Chullo)

Excellent stash-buster project for worsted to bulky weight yarns ~~ alternatively try bulky weights for small size to achieve larger fit!

Blogged HERE.

My own design color chart, plus additional traditional Andean motifs in color charts to ‘Mix Your Own’ .

Fit: Ponchito is a cone-shaped cowl which can rest on or drape over shoulders, giving a lovely & unique look that is a bit like a shawlette & poncho hybrid.
Sizes: Sizes 1 (2, 3) = approx 35(44, 53) inches 88 (101, 134) cm circumference at bottom, and approx. 22 inches 56 cm at neckline, with lengths varying approx from 11 (15, 19) inches 27 (38, 48) cm bottom to top.
Yardage: approx. 300 - 600y

Blogged HERE

I invite Any & All who are knitting Camino Inca Cowls to bring questions, comments, great tutorial links, and otherwise general related chattiness to my Jenjoyce Group which exists just for knitters of Jenjoyce’s patterns. Look for the thread for Camino Inca. The kettle is on… see you there !