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Knitting a Poncho with Lana Grossa Nordico
- 20 Jan 2016
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Knitting a poncho - What better to wear this time of the year than a warm and cosy poncho? On colder days you can wear your poncho on your coat and when it is a little warmer this knitted poncho on it's own makes sure you are comfortable and warm. Get going on this beautiful poncho and knit your own with Lana Grossa Ragazza Nordico! Read on for the free pattern.
This royal poncho is made of Lana Grossa Ragazza Nordico. This beautiful mixed yarn has soft colour transitions, making it stylish and on trend, and at the same time giving your knitting project a luxurious appearance. The twisted structure of the yarn creates variations in thickness, making your project sturdy and winter proof. Moreover Nordico is voluminous, making it ideal to use for a warm sweater, scarf or poncho! Lana Grossa Ragazza Nordico is available in 15 different wintery colours, varying from deep dark green, to more blue and purple shades. Check them all and pick your favourite colour!
Which colour would you pick?
Rib stitch: alternately, knit 1 st., purl 1 st.
Stockinette: knit right side row, purl wrong side row.
9 st. and 14 rows stockinette with needle no. 8 = 10 x 10 cm.
Knitting a Poncho - Free Pattern:
Cast on 113 st. with knitting needles no. 8, 100 cm and knit stocking st. In the 3th row, decrease 2 st., by making a double decr. in the middle 3 st. (= slip 1 st. knitwise, knit 2 st. together, pass over slipped st. over knitted st.).
Repeat this decrease each 2nd row another 44 times at the same place = 23 st. When you have less st. continue with needles no. 8, 60 cm. In the next right side row cast off the middle 13 st. for the neckline and continue each part separately. Cast off in the 2nd row another 1x3 st. Then cast off the remaining 2 st. Continue the other side in reversed way.
Work the front the same way as the back, but start earlier with the neckline shaping. Cast off the middle 9 st. in the next right side row after the 38th decrease (there are 37 st. on the needle) and continue both parts separately. At the inside edge for the round neckline, cast off every 2nd row another 5x2 st. and 2x1 st. Cast off the remaining 2 st. at the same height as the back. Continue the other part in reversed way.
Span both parts and spray them. Close the side seams. With circular knitting needles no. 7, knit up 60 st. at the neckline. For the collar knit rib stitch. After 5 cm continue with knitting needles no. 8, 60 cm. In total, knit 17 cm for the collar and then loosely cast off all st. Make 114 fringes at the bottom of your poncho. Each 2nd st. attach 1 fringe with your crochet hook, at the sloping sides 28 fringes and mid front and mid back 1 fringe. To make a fringe, cut 2 strands of 40 cm and fold them double. draw the loop with your hook trough the edge and draw the ends of the fringe through the loop. Pull them tight. The length of the fringe will appr. be 19 cm.
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