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Divvy

October 31, 2015

 

Divvy is a casual, cowl neck poncho knit in the round from the top down using stockinette and garter stitches. Bottom border is divvied up into two sections and knit back and forth. You will need 1,600 meters / 1,750 yards Miss Babs Katahdin light fingering weight yarn. Pictured poncho is Size 1 and shown on US size 12 dressform. Enjoy!

Materials:
1600 meters Miss Babs Katahdin light fingering weight yarn
3.50mm (US4) circular knitting needles
3.00 mm (US2.5) circular knitting needles
2 Stitch markers

Approximate Measurements *after blocking*:
Size 1:  25.25 inch cowl circumference
Size 2:  26.75 inch cowl circumference

Suggested Sizing:
Size 1:  bust measurement up to 40 inches
Size 2:  bust measurement over 40 inches
Notes are included for knitting an over-sized poncho

Stitches / techniques used:
Knit, Purl
Lifted Right and Left increases
KFB

Pattern Information
Number of pages:  3
Language(s):  English
Instructions:  Written
Sizes:  2
Photos:  2

or click to see Divvy projects on Ravelry

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Karen permalink
    December 27, 2016 1:00 am

    Hi
    I love this poncho. I’d like to make the same one. What is the colour name ? I’ve gone on the miss baby website and there are several colours that look similar. Also how many hours is this to knit?
    Happy holidays!

    Karen

    • December 27, 2016 1:21 am

      Hi Karen,
      This color is called “Old Gold”. I’m unable to tell you how many hours you will need to knit this poncho. You will be using 1,600 meters light fingering weight yarn.
      Thanks!
      Annie

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