Quite Quinnley by Sandra Butler

Quite Quinnley

Knitting
May 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in lace pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
5.0 mm (H)
650 - 1260 yards (594 - 1152 m)
21", 24", 27", 30", 32", 35" wide
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Named after my youngest granddaughter, Quinnley. She has the sweetest smile and disposition and golden blond hair.

Desert Bloom Yarn can be found on sale at desertbloomyarns.com Inventory is 20% - 30% off. With purchase of Desert Bloom Yarn, pattern is incuded free of charge through May 31st.

This top down poncho or tunic is knit flat. The back shoulders are knit first starting with a provisional cast on. The shoulders are then joined and the lace detail begins. Once the back is completed, the front shoulders are picked up from the provisional cast on, the shoulders are shaped and then joined. The front lace is identical to the back. Buttonholes may be added.

This versatile piece may be worn as a tunic, over a light tee or cami, or worn as a poncho. If knit in a cotton yarn and lengthened, it could be used as a beach cover.

The sizes are (approximately) 21”(24”, 27”, 30”., 32”, 35” wide, measured flat at the shoulders. As written the length is approximately 24”(24”, 26”, 27” 27” 27”)/ 61,(61, 66, 69, 71, 71) cm .

Two 100 gram skeins of fingering weight yarn will make the first 3 sizes. A third skein will be needed for the 3 larger sizes. Please note I am not a tight knitter, if you are, please consider going up a needle size or making a larger size and/or adding more repeats.

A special thank you to test knitters mollysmaid; AaseE; craftysbs; tuxmaus and littlekeyweed. Thank you TaigaHilliard for the photography.