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Olivia

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Olivia is the prettiest of ponchos, with a difference. Cute cuffs make it far more practical than the traditional 'free-flowing' designs, but retains the lovely drape and comfort for which ponchos are renowned. Simply shaped by columns of gently curving clusters and easy increases, Olivia works up quickly and the lovely lacy hem and drawstring provides those special finishing touches that little girls love. Especially useful for little ones to wear in car seats, keeps them cosy without the restrictions or bulk of a coat or chunky sweater. Method: The main body of Olivia is worked from the top down, in rounds and without any seaming. Once the body is complete, cuffs are added and are also worked in rounds. The decorative hem and neckline is then worked onto the body and finally the pretty corded drawstring and motifs are made and thread through the neckline. The only sewing required is to weave in the ends and attach the floral motifs to the drawstring. Any Questions please do Message Me .... BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Chain sc hdc dc US TERMS USED GAUGE 10sts x 5.5 rows over 2 inches of hdc. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Neckline circumference: Up to 15inches/38cms Hem circumference: Approximately 38 inches/96.5cms Length down centre back: Approximately 11.5 inches/29cms PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Example made using Marriner DK in Pink

Recommended with this pattern

  • Light Worsted/DK yarn.. 150g/520yards approx
  • Large eyed tapestry needle
  • stitch marker

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Wightstitches
Wightstitches
I am a self taught designer with many (many!) years of knitting and crocheting experience. Extremely keen to promote the beautiful island where I am lucky enough to reside and absolutely LOVE all things textural. Lots more patterns are in development and I really look forward to sharing them with you soon.