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by Annie Lupton
The Boho Beach Poncho was inspired by my Boho Throw Cardigan pattern and Baja stye beach blankets. Stranded color work combines with the linen stitch and stockinette to create a large rectangle with a patchwork look. Shoulder shaping rows are worked for a better fit when draped over your shoulders. Knit in one piece, there is no seaming making it a great beginner color work project! Knit up in The Fibre Co. Lore, a rustic wool yarn, this poncho is perfect for an evening walk on the beach or while enjoying a summer night bonfire with family and friends!
- 40” / 101.5cm Wide by 50” / 127cm Tall Rectangle
- 20 sts and 24 rows over 4” / 10cm in stockinette worked flat, blocked, on smaller needles
Size 7 (4.5mm) 32-40” / 60-80 cm circular needle (stockinette portions)
Size 9 (5.5mm) 32-40” / 60-80 cm circular needle (color work and linen st portions)
Note: the larger needle should be 2 US sizes (approx. 1 cm) larger than the smaller needle when gauge is met.
Fibre Company Lore Yarn (100% wool, worsted weight yarn, 273 yds / 250m per 100g)
A: Bold (Black): 350 yards / 320 meters (2 skeins)
B: Logical (White) 450 yards / 410 meters (2 skeins)
C: Heaven (Teal) 330 yards / 300 meters (2 skeins)
D: Mystery (Grey) 180 yards / 165 meters (1 skein)
Waste yarn for placing stitches on hold