Camden Hills Poncho by Elizabeth Smith
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Camden Hills Poncho

Knitting
June 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1095 - 1530 yards (1001 - 1399 m)
Small/Medium, Large/X-Large, and 2X/3X
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Knit seamlessly from the bottom up, Elizabeth Smith’s oversized poncho features a simple lace repeat to add visual interest to a cozy layering garment.

Shown in size S/M

SIZES
Directions are for women’s size Small/Medium. Changes for sizes Large/X-Large and 2X/3X are in parentheses.
To Fit Bust Size: 32 to 40o 50]-52 to 60)“

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Front/Back Width – 28¼(30¾-33½)“
Circumference – 56½(61½-67)”
Front Length – 25¾(26¾-27¾)“
Back Length – 27¾(28¾-29¾)”
Note: This garment was designed with considerable positive ease. Choose a size based on the “To Fit Bust Size” measurements.

YARN
BERROCO ULTRA WOOL (100 grs): 5(6-7) balls #33109 Fog

NEEDLES AND NOTIONS
24” and 32” circular needles, size 8 (5.00 mm) or size to obtain gauge
24” circular needles, size 7 (4.50 mm) or 1 size smaller than that used to obtain gauge
Stitch markers
Tapestry needle

GAUGE
18 sts and 26 rows/rnds = 4” in St st on larger needle
To save time, take time to check gauge.

NOTE
Poncho is knit from the bottom-up, featuring a split hem with longer back. Each front and back hem is worked separately and then joined to work in the round after the split. Body is worked in one piece to the underarms, then each front/back is worked separately to the shoulders. The 3 needle bind-off is used to attach front and back shoulders together.