Wrap yourself up in this warm and wearable blanket this winter.
The Geo poncho is an updated version of the traditional rectangular shaped poncho. This clever design uses short rows, in contrasting colors, to create the triangular shape featured in the front panel, making it a super fun and form flattering poncho.
S (M, L)
Fits bust 32"- 36" (36"- 40", 40"- 46")
81 - 91.5 (91.5 - 101.5, 101.5 - 117cm)
The model has a 40" / 101.5mm bust and is 5'7" / 170cm tall, wearing size L.
Berroco Vintage 100g, 217 yards, 50% acrylic, 40% wool, 10% nylon.
Actual yardage used for size L:
MC - Smoke 335g, 727 yards
CC1 - Charcoal 160g, 348 yards
CC2 - Billberry 165g, 359 yards
CC3 - Ruby 215g, 467 yards
US #7/ 4.50mm
4" / 10cm = 20 sts by 40 rows in garter stitch
Tapestry needle, 4 buttons, 4 large-eyed beads to fit I-cord (optional)
20 sts by 40 rows in Garter stitch
1901 yards of Worsted weight
Like so many, I learned to knit as a young girl but never on a regular basis. Then in 2007, a devastating illness left me unable to speak or walk more than a few steps due to lost muscle control. ...
Like so many, I learned to knit as a young girl but never on a regular basis. Then in 2007, a devastating illness left me unable to speak or walk more than a few steps due to lost muscle control. Confined to a chair day-in and day-out with nothing but my computer, I decided to reach out to people over the Internet for interaction and entertainment. This led to new interests, and for a time I enjoyed drawing in pencil. In 2010 I returned to knitting which now consumes most of my time. More recently, I started designing knitwear which fills my days with purpose and joy. Now, six years after the start of my illness, I am able to speak, although my pitch is very squeaky, and partial recovery of muscle control allows me to walk again. Life is good!View all patterns by designer (15) »