Tiny Pebbles Poncho by Helen Firing

Tiny Pebbles Poncho

Knitting
April 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
15 stitches = 4 inches
in pattern
US 8 - 5.0 mm
800 - 819 yards (732 - 749 m)
One size
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A simple yet stylish one size poncho that pairs a nubby, textured yarn with a light and airy single with a long shifty colour run. Garter stitch bands reminiscent of tiny rows of pebbles are flanked by 2 rows of stocking stitch in the single ply yarn. Top this beauty off with an ample cowl neck collar and you have a finished garment that is light and airy, yet warm enough for spring days and summer nights.

Recommended skill level: Advanced Beginner.

Skills include: knitted cast on, knit and purl both flat and in the round, changing colours at beginning of row, cast off

Yarn colours and quantities used in sample:
Cascade Yarns Roslyn
col A Stonewash shade 08 - 1 ball
Lang Yarns Tosca Light
col B Foggy Blue Clouds shade 777.0057 - 1 ball

Also required:
1 32” or 40” 5mm/US size 8 needle, or size required to achieve gauge
1 16” 5mm/US size 8 needle, or size required to achieve gauge
2-3 stitch markers

Finished size: approx. 45” long (before seaming) and 20” deep, cowl neck measures approx. 20” in diameter and 6” high