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#29 Beginner Knit Poncho PDF Knitting Pattern

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Knit up a new poncho quickly and easily with this beginner level poncho. It knits up quick on size 15 circular needles. No seaming! The easy-to-master increases are fully explained in the pattern. And all the rounds are written out to make the instructions a breeze. A garter stitch border makes a nice finishing touch. Shown in a really soft merino wool/acrylic blend yarn. Can be worn as shown with a V-neckline, or as a wide shoulder-baring boatneck.

Uses size 15 circular needles (32" length).

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Finished Knit Measurements: One size fits all adults.

Skill Level: Beginner level knitting pattern

Yarn Used: GGH Cortina (50% Merino Wool/50% Acrylic; 1.75oz/50g [84.2yds/77m] per ball): 4 balls in Red Combo #105.

Gauge(s):
Pattern Gauge: 8 sts = 3" [7.5 cm] and 11 rows = 3" [7.5 cm] in St st on Size 11 [8mm] needles.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information:
A bulky weight yarn with a gauge of 10 stitches = 4" on size 10 [6mm] needles.
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Total Yardage Required:
Approximately 337yds [308m] required.

Some suggested yarn substitutes to try:
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Knitting Needles Used: Size 15 [10mm] 32" circular knitting needles.

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  1. Great Basic Pattern

    Posted by Sherry on 9th Mar 2014

    I'm not a beginning knitter but I wanted this pattern to make for my granddaughters and my mom (she's in a wheelchair). The girls are little yet and hard on things plus their dad (my son) throws everything together in the washer so they need to be made of tough wearing yarn. No need for fancy cables and lace! Mom, on the other end of the spectrum, is in a care facility and the same requirements hold true for a poncho for her as well. This meet the bill just fine.