Quail Ridge Poncho Knitting Pattern
Quail Ridge Poncho Knitting Pattern
Quail Ridge Poncho Knitting Pattern
Quail Ridge Poncho Knitting Pattern
Quail Ridge Poncho Knitting Pattern
Quail Ridge Poncho Knitting Pattern
Quail Ridge Poncho Knitting Pattern
Quail Ridge Poncho Knitting Pattern
Quail Ridge Poncho Knitting Pattern
Quail Ridge Poncho Knitting Pattern
Quail Ridge Poncho Knitting Pattern
Quail Ridge Poncho Knitting Pattern

Quail Ridge Poncho Knitting Pattern

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ABOUT

Say hello to the Quail Ridge Poncho, your new favorite transitional layering piece featuring a clean, mitred V-neck and a wide center panel of squishy honeycomb cables running lengthwise down the front and back panels. In this pattern, you’ll explore cables, ribbing, stockinette, and garter stitch, keeping you engaged the whole way through. Plus, it is knit all in one piece, meaning there is no seaming involved!

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MATERIALS

Yarn: Worsted—Lion Brand Pound of Love in Oxford Grey
  • 100% Acrylic
  • 1020 yds (932 m) per 16 oz (454 g) skein
  • Find this yarn on lionbrand.com or visit yarnsub.com to find comparable substitutes.

Yardage Required:

2 skeins of Pound of Love, or 1800 yds (1646 m)

If substituting Lion Brand Pound of Love, choose any similar, category #4, worsted weight yarn that matches gauge. Always swatch before beginning to ensure you are happy with the resulting fabric.

Notions: Tapestry needle, 6 fixed stitch markers, 1 locking stitch marker, scrap yarn or stitch holder for placing stitches on hold

Needles: Size U.S. 10 (6 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge with the following suggested cord lengths:

  • minimum of 29” (70 cm) cord for most of the project
  • 16-20” (40-50 cm) cord for neckline, although the 29” (70 cm) cord can be used here as well

 

GAUGE

4 x 4" (10 x 10 cm) = 14 sts and 24 rows in stockinette

 

MEASUREMENTS

  • Width: 36” (91 cm)
  • Total Length: 32” (81 cm)
  • Depth from Bottom Edge to Top Edge of V-Neck Ribbing: 28.5” (72 cm)

TERMS + ABBREVIATIONS USED

BOR: beginning of round

C4B: cable 4 back - place next 2 sts on cable needle and hold to back of work, knit 2 sts off left needle, then knit 2 sts off cable needle

C4F: cable 4 front - place next 2 sts on cable needle and hold to front of work, knit 2 sts off left needle, then knit 2 sts off cable needle

K: knit

K2tog: knit 2 stitches together (right-slanting decrease)

  • Insert your right needle into the next 2 sts knitwise, treating them as 1, and knitting them together.

P: purl
PM: place marker
rep: repeat
rnd: round
RS: right side

S2KP: slip slip knit pass - Slip 2 knitwise together, knit 1, pass slipped stitches over

sm: slip marker
SSK: slip slip knit (left-slanting single decrease)

  • Slip 1 st knitwise onto right needle, slip 1 more st knitwise onto right needle (this twists the orientation of two stitches), then slide them both back to your left needle. Insert right needle through the back loops of both slipped sts (from right to left) and knit them together.

st(s): stitch(es)

WS: wrong side (the purl side of the stockinette sections)

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WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE:

Immediately after purchase, you will instantly receive a digital download of the PDF crochet pattern. Please include your email when prompted (be sure it's spelled correctly). Please send me an email if you don’t receive the download link!

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