Dandelion Poncho

by Ronnie Eldridge
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Contains:

  • This is the perfect project for the advanced beginning knitter but is also interesting enough for the advanced knitter.
  • Pattern includes both step-by-step written instructions and charts for your preference.
  • US Imperial Measurement / Metric Measurement.

Size Information: Girls: Size 4 to 8, Approx. 17” long x 20” wide Tween: Size 10 to 14, Approx. 20” long x 23” wide


Pattern paper format: US letter & A4

Description

Dandelion is a straightforward pattern that is easily memorized making it a relaxing knit.

Any young girl or tween will want to wrap up in this contemporary Dandelion poncho. Layer it over a tank top or sundress in hot weather or wear it over a long-sleeved shirt in a contrasting color on cooler days. This is a project you will love to make, they will love to wear, and both will love getting complimented on!

The eyelet flowers give interest to the poncho and the Barred Stockinette border eliminates roll and enhances the soft drape.

Dandelion is a surprisingly fast project. The construction is simple: knit bottom-up in a single rectangular piece with no provisional cast-on, no picking up stitches, no grafting and no sewing. When you knit the last stitch your poncho is ready to wear and enjoy!

Simply Sophisticated.

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Materials you need at home:

YARN: Girls: 5 skeins – 615 yards Tween: 6 skeins – 738 yards

NEEDLES: Size 6 (4mm), 16” & 24” circular knitting needles or size to obtain gauge. Needles one size larger for cast-on and bind-off. Size G crochet hook for casting on.

NOTIONS: * Stitch marker(s) * Waste yarn 70” long (used as stitch holder) * Needle to weave in ends