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Going to the Mountains Poncho
Est. Yards600 - 900
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Payment Notes: You Will Receive: The final version of this pattern as well as one additional pattern from my Ravelry shop.
Yarn Requirements630 (700, 730, 765) yds / 575 (640, 670, 700) m; 275 (300, 315, 330) grams DK weight yarn for MC // 290 (325, 340, 350) yds / 265 (295, 310, 320) m; 125 (140, 145, 150) grams DK weight yarn for CC
Sizes AvailableBust Size: 34 (44, 52, 60) in / 86.5 (112, 132, 152.5) cm Top Circumference: 22 (24.5, 26.5, 28.5) in / 56 (62, 67.5, 72.5) cm Bottom Circumference: 61 (68, 70, 72) in / 155 (172.5, 178, 183) cm Length: 21.5 in / 55 cm
Skills RequiredWorking in the Round
Note: I ran a test knit for this pattern over the summer, but I only had two test knitters. So, I would like to run this test knit again, now that the weather is cooling down, in hopes that I can get all of the sizes test knit!
Going to the Mountains Poncho is a super cozy and practical poncho design – perfect for a weekend in the mountains! This design is one of four patterns in the My Forever Home collection, a collection of knitting patterns dedicated to my home state: Montana.
The Going to the Mountains Poncho features two colors, crossed slipped stitches, and colorwork representing mountains, snow, and dirt paths.
This pattern is worked top down. Variations for circumference and length are provided. The bust measurement shown in “sizing” is the actual body bust measurement. The poncho is designed to include 5 in / 12.5 cm positive ease at the bust with arms down. If your bust size is not listed, select the next size up from your measurement or adjust your gauge by changing your needle size. (If you have a looser gauge – less than 18 stitches per 4 inches / 10 cm – you will receive a piece larger than the dimension circumferences given in the pattern.) The sample shown in the photos is the smallest size (34” / 86.5 cm bust circumference) on a 34” bust.
This pattern includes written instructions and charted instructions.
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