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Churchmouse Easy Folded Poncho

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    Churchmouse Easy Folded Poncho

    I tried to post an image from their site but got locked down.

    https://www.churchmouseyarns.com/pro...poncho-pattern

    I made this for DD last spring and she's finally getting to wear it. She loves it so much she wants to learn how to knit!

    {heart}

    It's a fun easy mindless knit that I enjoyed. At first I thought it would never get done but I counted how many rows I needed for an inch and then knew how many inches I needed. It went pretty quickly after that. It's a great pattern!

    #2
    I really like that, so classic

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      #3
      It looks so comfy and warm! What yarn did you use?

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        #4
        Here’s the Cowl version, I knit with Rowan Tweed yarn.
        Last edited by aljaco123; 11-14-2019, 09:29 PM.

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        • rkennell
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          I like the cowl version; thanks for sharing it! Love the color, too!

        #5
        Originally posted by rkennell View Post
        It looks so comfy and warm! What yarn did you use?
        I used KnitPick's Palette ... I had to recalculate the number of stitches to cast on but it was easy enough. The pattern calls for yarn of a DK weight.

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        • rkennell
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          Definitely affordable! I'll keep that in mind! Do you have any idea how many balls of that yarn you used, with it being fingering weight? Also, what size did you knit?

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ID:	33797 Here is another poncho I finished using Berroco yarn. It’s a free pattern- Olive.

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          #7
          I really like this pattern. I have it but have not gotten to it.

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