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Here are some details about my project:
Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Sizing Unisex
Style Hipster, Classic, Cute, Traditional, Funky, Whimsical, Romantic, Mod, Casual, Retro / Vintage
Donna Druchunas on craftsy.com

What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Ireland Poncho

Donna Druchunas on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Yarn: Smooth yarn will show off texture patterns best. Choose a tightly spun yarn for a wind-resistant poncho with excellent cable definition, and a loosely spun yarn for a softer poncho with more relaxed cables. Any weight of yarn will work, but for practice I suggest a chunky-weight yarn and US size 9 or 10 (5.5 or 6 mm) knitting needles.

Donna Druchunas on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? When you plan your design, remember that is is easier if the vertical repeats of your cable crossings match or follow a simple-to-remember rhythm.

Donna Druchunas on craftsy.com

This is gorgeous!! Is there a pattern for it??

09/24/2011 Flag

Hi. It's from my book Ethnic Knitting Exploration. It's not quite a pattern, but instructions for you to make up your own poncho. Of course you can make it just like it is in the photo if you prefer. http://sheeptoshawl.com/knitting-books/ethnic-knitting/

01/13/2012 Flag

Donna, I like the design that keeps your arms free. The ponchos I used to wear in the 60s had me flipping the material off my arms to do anything. I love both patterns on your ponchos, and these can be made from a bulky or lightweight yarn. The possibilities are endless! Yeah!

01/13/2012 Flag