This light weight, beautiful “Neuf” poncho is a delight to knit with simple eyelets, stockinette and garter stitches. It’s knitted all in one piece, so finishing is at a minimum. Beginners, as well as seasoned knitters will enjoy this project.
When you use the yarns as shown here, the air just flows through the fabric with every move you make. It’s fabulous~
The pattern is fully written and has a chart for the eyelet pattern.
One size unblocked: 58” in overall length (side to side), 16.5” in height with a 26” neckline circumference.
Yarn as shown
C1: 1 Linen skein, 192 yards in fingering weight in a linen/viscose blend.
C2: 3 Lofty skeins, 280 yards each, comprised in 7 color, texture and weight changes ranging from lace, fingering to sport weight
US size 10.5 (6.5 mm) circular needle 40”
(102 cm) in length.
2 Stitch markers
12 sts and 20 rows in 4” of Stockinette stitch with fingering weight yarn.
Knitting and purling flat, eyelets, binding off, casting on more stitches, color changes, stretchy bind off, weaving in ends, optional blocking.
Enjoy this beautiful poncho! Oh and if you knit one, be sure to post pics, I love featuring your pretty projects~