Double Dipper Poncho

V-neck

Boatneck style

 

  • Machine: Standard
  • Yarn: Tamm 3 ply
  • Tension: 8
  • Gauge: 7.75 Sts and 9.50 R = 1 inch

Poncho is knit in 4 strips

Fine Lace Strips: Make 2

  • Before beginning each strip, roll off a piece of MY, 4 times the width of 52 N’s
  • Cast on with WY and ravel cord over 52 N’s
  • Double E-wrap on MY using the 1 strand of yarn you prepared and another end of MY
  • Remove yarn piece and hang a clip on it and insert the MY into the carriage
  • RC 000
  • K 2 R
  • Prepare machine for Fine knit pattern of choice
    • I used pattern #200 on the Brother Electronic 940
    • Set the machine to knit 2 repeats; selector #2; Left N at #24
  • K 370 R; COR
  • Remove patterning
  • K 1 R; COL
  • Pull up ribber and pull out same # of N’s as MB; change sinker; Tension 4/4
  • K 1 R
  • Drop sts off ribber; elongated sts result
  • Loop through a loop bind off

Stockinette Strips: Make 2

  • Before beginning each strip, roll off a piece of MY, 4 times the width of 78 N’s
  • Cast on with WY and ravel cord over 78 N’s
  • Double E-wrap on MY using the 1 strand of yarn you prepared and another end of MY
  • At end, remove yarn piece and hang a clip on it and insert the MY into the carriage
  • RC 000
  • K 371 R; COL
  • Pull up ribber and pull out same # of N’s as MB; change sinker; Tension 4/4
  • K 1 R
  • Drop sts off ribber; elongated sts result
  • Loop through a loop bind off

Make Up:

  • Steam block lace pieces to approx. 40” X 7” and stockinette 40” X 11”
  • Sew long edges of 1 piece of fine lace and 1 piece stockinette together
    • Reverse side the lace goes on the piece of stockinette
  • Sew lace edges together leaving approx. a 13” neck opening from front V to back V
  • Leve open under arms
  • And edge can be applied, but if yarn is killed with heavy steaming it is not necessary
  • Weave in ends

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