Looking for a spring poncho to add warmth in the morning and evenings? This poncho features leaves and very easy cables. This v-neck sweater works up quickly and is perfect for anyone who loves growing plants. This pattern works up quickly and uses simple knit lace stitches such as k, p and yo. The pattern includes both written instructions and charted instructions and includes a schematic of how to put it together. It is made for an ambitious lace beginner or intermediate lace knitter. This pattern can use any sport or dk yarn as long as you get the gauge by changing needle sizes. The needles are oversized to add to the lacey effect. I had one tester use Aran weight with much smaller needles and it came out beautifully. This pattern is worked in 2 lace rectangular panels. You will need a tapestry needle to seam the two panels together. The panels need to be twice as long as they are wide. You will need: 614 yards (562.m) of sport or dk weight yarn to make this poncho 1 pair size 11 US (8 mm) sharp pointed knitting needles cable needle tapestry needle to sew seams **Finished Size: One size fits most.