This gray wrap poncho not only looks cuddly but also keeps you warm. With this guide, you can finish it in no time.
You need this:
- For Gr. 36/38 (40/42, 44/46): alpaca blend (70% alpaca, 30% polyamide, length 225 m / 50 g): »Garzato Fleece« by Lana Grossa, approx. 200 (200, 250) g in raw white / black
- Circular Needle No. 5, 5
- wool needle
Knit 1 st on the right, 1 st in the left side. Knit the stitches in the back rows as they appear.
Half-patent (odd number of stitches):
1st row (= back row): * 1 stitch on the right, lift off 1 stitch with the flap on the left. Repeat from * repeat with 1 stitch on the right.
2nd row (= back row): * 1 stitch on the left, knit the stitch with the envelope on the right. Repeat from time to time. Ends with 1 stitch left. Repeat the 1st and 2nd rows constantly.
In the ribbed pattern with needle no. 5: 13 stitches × 20 rows = 10 × 10 cm
The information in front of the bracket is valid for Gr. 36/38, the information in the bracket for Gr. 40/42 or 44 / 46. If only one number is given, it applies to all sizes.
The poncho is knitted from the left to the right sleeve in one piece. The cut can be found at www.gu.de/diy/55764
Hit 31 (33, 35) stitches. Knit 20 cm (= 40 rows) in rib pattern. In the 41st row (= back row) 14 (15, 17) times after every 2nd stitch knit 2 stitches out of the cross thread of the previous row (1 stitch on the right, 1 stitch on the left) (= 59 (63, 69) stitches), Now continue in the half-patent, starting with a back row. After 180 cm half patent, knit 14 (15, 17) times every 2nd and 3rd stitch (= 31 (33, 35) stitches). Work another 40 rows in a rib pattern, then bind off the stitches. Sew all threads. Then fold the piece of knitting lengthwise and sew together the edges for the sleeves from the cuff, each 35 cm.