Falling Pines Poncho by Dora Does

Falling Pines Poncho

October 2017
DK (11 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
4.0 mm (G)
1300 - 1400 yards (1189 - 1280 m)
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A delicate cabled cowl neck crochet poncho pattern.
Inspired by winter Pine Trees, this poncho is practical and wearable but pretty too.
Not too chunky, but still warm and cosy, this can be used as the nights get colder, thrown on for the early morning school run or snuggled up on in on the sofa on a lazy Sunday afternoon.

This poncho is intermediate level and uses front post double crochet. Once the increases are completed, the pattern uses a 4 row pattern repeat.

4 mm hook
Yarn: ~ 1400 yds, 400g of Double Knit (DK) acrylic yarn
I used just under 8 50g balls (<400g) of Rico Classic baby DK in shade 36 (Jeans) the item pictured
Yarn needle & scissors

Gauge: 4in x 4in = 14 st x 11 rows

Finished size:
Length from neckline towards wrist: 20in / 50cm (measured when hanging)
Circumference of neck: 21in / 52.5cm

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Happy hooking!