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Aspen Relaxed Knit Poncho
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"This beginner friendly poncho has a beautiful drape and classic color combo making it a perfect piece to add style and comfort to any cold weather outfit. It's made entirely with the beginner knit stitch! This poncho is made by knitting two rectangular panels and seaming them together at the shoulders. The cast on edge is the side of the panel and the knitting is worked across. Pattern is worked from one side to the opposite side of the rectangle."
Knitting Needle Size11 or 8 mm
Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)
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Oct 20, 2017
Oh, this patter is just too perfect. Also, I love that it's finally a poncho I can actually make with my skill level. #Bless
Oct 17, 2017
I love this! I'm always freezing at work and have wanted basically a wearable blanket many times. This is perfect!
Oct 10, 2017
This is an easy-peasy poncho pattern, and it's made the old-fashioned way by knitting two rectangles and seaming them together at the shoulders. With so many kinds and styles of self patterning yarns out there you could make a number of these ponchos and no two would really look alike.
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