#21 Sand Waves Poncho by Norah Gaughan
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#21 Sand Waves Poncho

Knitting
January 2018
Light Fingering ?
38 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in Cable/lace pattern
US 3 - 3.25 mm
1848 yards (1690 m)
one size

SINUOUS CABLES CARVE sand dune-like
formations into this poncho’s simple rectangular
shape. Ladders of lace punctuated with textural details
make the piece both interesting to knit and beautiful
to wear. Slipped stitches at the beginning of every row
add a self-finished edge – just add buttons and you
are done. As an added bonus, the openings formed
in the broad cables act as buttonholes so you don’t
have to make any when you are knitting. The poncho
is designed to be worn with the buttons on the left
shoulder, but you can wear it numerous ways. Try
arranging your poncho with the buttons in the front or
undo the buttons and wear it as a shawl or wrapped
around your neck as a scarf. By using attractive
backing buttons, you’ll even find that the poncho
can be reversible.

Sold as a kit through June Cashmere.