This autumn, make yourself warm and comfortable with this magnificent poncho! A design by Lily Langman!
Pine Mountain poncho is ideal for throwing on when you just want to get outdoors, run through the woods and smell the clean mountain air! The motif suggests a mountainside, with the pine trees getting smaller in size as they are further from view. The pattern is both charted and written, and is designed to be a quick, satisfying knit.
Skill level: Intermediate
In addition to the pattern, you will need the following material to knit this pattern:
Louise Robert Collection - Merino Worsted (100% Merino wool; 200 m/100 g) in Klimt: 3 (4) skeins.
Louise Robert Collection - Kid Silk (75% kid mohair, 25% silk; 210 m/25 g) in Klimt: 3 (4) skeins
NEEDLES AND NOTIONS
Two circular needles size 5.5mm (US #9): 60cm/ 24” to work front and back separately. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
Circular needle size 5mm (US #8) 40 cm/ 16” to work collar.
Small: 86 cm / 34” shoulders, 132 cm / 52” hem, 52 cm / 20” length
Large: 117cm /46” shoulders, 163cm / 64” hem, 52 cm / 20” length.
Sample shown in Size Small.
15.5 sts = 10 cm; over St st with larger needles and hold both yarns together.
I'm loving that ponchos are back in style and this pattern is the first one I'll make. My mom used to knit ponchos for us kids and I remember loving them so much.
This moderately easy poncho is fun to knit, and is looking really pretty. Such a versatile piece of warm clothing for cooler weather!
Love the patern
Félicitations pour ce patron, il est superbe
Love the look but have not knitted it up yet