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Scribble lace stole variation: poncho
Scribble Lace Stole by Lisa Sisk and Rose Anne
Knitting
Someone who can wear yellow...
One size
Needle and yarn
US 13 - 9.0 mm
7.0 mm
Adéle's Mohair Brushed Kid Mohair
218 yards in stash
2 skeins = 218.0 yards (199.3 meters), 100 grams
Sirdar Big Softie
89.6 meters in stash
3 skeins = 147.0 yards (134.4 meters), 150 grams
329
Yellow
Orion Wool and Crafts in Oranjezicht, Cape Town, Western Cape
June 2011
Notes

I made this last year- the original shawl - and have never worn it. I found a spare ball of the bulky yarn in my stash and decided to turn it into a poncho a la Suss Cousins.

Modifications (featured on www.knittedbliss.com Modification Mondays)

Make a scribble stole that is twice as long as it is wide. ALLOW FOR THE FACT THAT THE LOOSE KNIT STRETCHES ESP WIDTH WISE. I used the design by Lisa Sisk and Rose Anne. Fold the finished shawl in half. Leave an opening of about 12 inches (x2) for the neck opening. Use a 7mm crochet hook and the bulky yarn to join the edges to form a poncho with a simple 3-chain picot edge.

Continue the edge along the neck edge to finish off.

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Finished
November 2011
September 2012
 
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About this yarn
Big Softie
by Sirdar
Super Bulky
51% Wool, 49% Acrylic
49 yards / 50 grams
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About this yarn
Brushed Kid Mohair
by Adéle's Mohair
Aran / 10 ply
78% Mohair, 13% Wool, 9% Nylon
109 yards / 50 grams
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  • Project created: July 23, 2011
  • Finished: December 3, 2011
  • Updated: October 2, 2012