Curly Lock Poncho by Wendy McDonnell

Curly Lock Poncho

Knitting
June 2019
Light Fingering ?
18 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 4 - 3.5 mm
0.7 mm
400 - 460 yards (366 - 421 m)
one with instruction to inc/dec
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We are completely in love with these little bit of warmth with curly locks on them, we have made them for weaving, wet felting and now for knitting. These are so snugly and keep you very warm in fashion and style. Kits available on site, we can and will do any color combination we can dream up.

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Supplies
Yarn: Yarn Fairy Yak 60/20/20 merino/yak/silk, or Fairy Camel Sock 50/50 baby camel/silk or Fairy Medium 75/25 SW merino/nylon about 400 yards. Can use 2 skeins to get it longer up to 4 skeins needed depending on size.
Yarn Fairy Curly Locks, variety about 8-10 ounces, more for larger
Needles:US size 4/3.25mm circular
Hook: ChiaoGoo size 14/.80mm
Gauge: 18 -20 sts over 4” stockinette-not terribly important
Notions: 2 Buttons - 20mm
6/0 beads Transparent Root Beer AB, qty 520, 30 grams
Fae Level: Intermediate based on skills
Skills needed: Basic knitting, garment construction, resizing ability, pattern works up a 42/44 bust. Handling locks taught

NOTE: pattern doesn’t show every row but allows the knitter to change it up and offers suggestions on how to do so. Previous garment construction not exactly necessary but helpful. If you want to change the size it’s pretty important.