Oxycoccos Poncho by Grid Mammal Crafts
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Oxycoccos Poncho

Knitting
September 2016
Aran (8 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 9 - 5.5 mm
US 11 - 8.0 mm
1360 - 1600 yards (1244 - 1463 m)
Small, Medium, Large
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Materials:
• Size 9, 5.5 mm, 16” Circular Needles
• Size 9, 5.5 mm, 24” Circular Needles
• Size 9, 5.5 mm, 36” Circular Needles
• Size 9, 5.5 mm, 47” Circular Needles
• Size 9, 5.5 mm, 60” Circular Needles
• Size 11, 8 mm, 16” Circular Needles
• Size 11, 8 mm, 24” Circular Needles
• 9, 9, 10 skeins Brown Sheep Company, Inc., Lanaloft,
Worsted weight, Color – LL184W
• Japanese Maple
• Waste Yarn
• Cabling Needle
• 4 Stitch Markers
• Darning Needle

Gauge:
19 stitches x 24 rows = 4” x 4” in stockinette stitch

Finished Size:
• Small - ~17.5” around neck, ~28” from neck to bottom edge, ~89.5” around bottom edge
• Medium - ~19.5” around neck, ~30” from neck to bottom edge, ~98.5” around bottom edge
• Large - ~21.5” around neck, ~32” from neck to bottom edge, ~107.5” around bottom edge

Notes:
• One does not actually need all the lengths of needles suggested, but it will sure make this project easier.
• Use a provisional cast-on with the 16” size 11 needles, then change to the size 9 to start knitting.
• You can take out three of the stitch markers after the work has been established, but leaving them in will help you from making mistakes.
• Remember all bind-offs need to be loose.
• The design is meant to be loose, if you like a tighter poncho try making a size smaller.
• Stitches outlined in red denote stitch sequences that are repeated in certain situations. Check the written instructions for the correct count.
• Stitches outlined in green are representative of repetitive knit stitches. Check the written instructions for the correct stitch count.
• Stitch counts are written in (in blue italics).