Fall Harvest Poncho


Fall Harvest Poncho


Fall Harvest Poncho
Fall Harvest Poncho

"In this knitting I put a lot of what I like: fall for its color, large soft warm turtleneck to my neck, asymmetrical sides, because too much symmetry bothers me sometimes, moss stitch... because ... because it's maybe an OCD or a more serious way of looking at life with moments where everything is right, and then others where it's all wrong, which keep coming and finally balanced. There are two parts to knit: the cowl, knit in the round, and the capelet part that is knit with straight needles."

NotesYou will find an English PDF version of this pattern at the bottom of the blog post.


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • 9 balls of Reggae Schoppel Wolle
  • Circular needles 5mm with a long cable
  • Row counter
  • Sew or tapestry needle

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I like the asymmetrical shape of this poncho. The autumn colors are lovely. The turtle neck is very long and looks a bit too warm for where I live but looking over the instructions, it looks like it would be pretty simple to customize this part of the pattern.

I just love the design and the vibrant colors in this poncho. The intro says the cowl and the capelet are separate pieces, so I'd leave the cowl off because I'm not crazy about them. So in this pattern you're actually getting three pieces, can't go wrong with that.


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