Time for a fun and unusual poncho for the small ones, perhaps? Udda (meaning “Odd” in Swedish) is worked sideways from the cuff and is a true homage to asymmetric garments! It’s easily spiced up with different textures and decorations, and instructions for several different neckline ideas are included.
4.5 sts and 6 rows per inch in stockinette on larger needles
Gauge isn’t critical, and the sizing can easily be adjusted, since almost the whole garment is worked after measurements.
Materials and tools:
Worsted or light aran weight yarn
MC - Appr 100/120/170/200 (260/320/400) m or 110/130/185/220 (280/340/440) yards
CC - Appr 30/35/40/50 (60/80/100) m or 35/40/45/55 (65/85/110) yards
4 and 4.5 mm circular needle (US 6 and 7), or size to get gauge
4 mm double pointed needles, if not knitting shorter circumferences with magic loop or short circular.
Needle for weaving in ends