I will call it poncho, although …… some people know it as cape, capelet ……….. it is warm, that is was matter.
+ yarn – Rowan fine tweed, 25g, 90m
# keld 63 (brown) 25g
#hubberholme 370 (light green) 50g
#tissington 386 (orange) 50g
#bainbridge 369 (red) 50g
# nidd 382 (blue) 25g
# dent 573 (light brown) 25g
– needles – round (circular) needles 4mm, about 80 cm long
– set of double pointed needles 4mm
– markers – about 7
– gauge – 26 sts X29 row = 4 inch or 10 cm
If you decided to make one for you, I will recon to have 50 g of each, to avoid to look at 10 cm tail of wool while you need knit two more rounds.
This pattern was transformed from one very old folk pattern from part of my home country (Slovakia) called Horehronie, originally it is part of cross stitches embroidery, very old one.
That it is.
AUTUMN CAPELET PATTERN -please click here autumn capelet
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