Fan Cable Poncho by Jenny Snedeker

Fan Cable Poncho

Knitting
September 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
654 - 872 yards (598 - 797 m)
S (30-36), M (36-40), L (42-50)
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When the seasons transition from winter to spring or summer to fall, it can be difficult to know how to prepare your wardrobe for the day. Perfectly cozy but very light, this poncho is perfect to carry along and put on when the weather is changing from minute to minute.

Constructed in the round from the bottom up, the cables make the knitting fun. The edges are left unconstructed for a light and easy garment.

This poncho is worked seamlessly in the round from the bottom up. All decreases are worked in the space between the cable panels, so the stitch pattern in uninterrupted.

Skill Level: Beginner
Skills Needed: Knitting in the round, cables

Sizes: S (30-36), M 32-40), L (42-50)

Finished Measurements (based on blocked gauge; working gauge may be smaller)
Hem: approximately 51 (60, 67½)“ 129.5 (152.5, 171.5) cm
Finished Length: approximately 14¾ (15¾, 18)” 37.5 (40, 45.5) cm

Materials
Plymouth Yarn Arequipa (3.5 oz/100 g, 218 yd/ 199 m, 90% Superwash Merino/10% Mulberry
Silk), 3 (3, 4) balls worsted weight yarn CYCA 4, #301, Putty

US size 8 5 mm 24” 61 cm or 32” 81.5 cm circular needles or size to obtain correct gauge
US size 8 4 mm 16” 40 mm circular needle or set of 5 dpns
Stitch markers (13)
Stitch holders or waste yarn
Tapestry needle

Gauge
16 sts and 24 rows/rnds = 4” 10 cm in stockinette stitch after blocking
To save time, be sure to check your gauge.