Turtleneck Knit Poncho Pattern
Ponchos are always going in and out of fashion. Wouldn't it be nice to have a poncho that looks good no matter what the season? This Turtleneck Knit Poncho is one such poncho. The deep purple of this piece is flattering on just about anybody, and looks just as great with a pair of jeans as it does with leggings or stockings. This poncho will take a while to complete, but it's easy enough for most skill levels to manage, so there's no reason to not knit this pattern.
Burly Spun Grey Owl Cowl
Sometimes fashion likes to shout loud! (Okay, all of the time.) This winter it’s yelling about big, bulky knits, Yeti feet and hooded heads. We hear ya, we hear ya! We, at Loop, have taken up…
High Plains Knitting pattern by Melissa Schaschwary | Knitting Patterns | LoveCrafts
Knit while traveling through South Dakota and Colorado. High Plains is a poncho with texture and details that come together to showcase effortless, relaxed style. 2 sizes available S/M and L/XL with finished measurements laid flat: 32(34)”/81(86.25)cm at widest point, 22(24)”/56(60)cm from neckline to hem. Poncho is knit in 2 pieces and seamed together. Sample is shown in size L/XL using Cascade Yarns 220 Heathers, Doeskin color. See more See less
The Rockland Poncho is a free knitting pattern you won't want to miss. Before you know it, you will have a wonderful knit poncho you can wear in a variety of situations. The lovely neutral colors pair well with all types of outfits.
Fog Chaser Knit Cape
The Fog Chaser Knit Cape is a beautiful free knitting pattern perfect for a variety of occasions. The cape is knit in the round, from the bottom up. Thanks to the super bulky yarn and big needles, this is a quick project to complete.
Merlot Hooded Cape
Let your sorcerous side shine through with the Merlot Hooded Cape. Bewitching and mysterious, this knit cape pattern is perfect outfit for a clandestine meeting or for swooping around town. It also makes a great Snuggie substitute for lounging around the house or a last ditch Halloween costume. We suggest using a dark colored yarn, such as Elann Mode Mohair in Wine. Whatever your reason for knitting up this spooky garment, be sure to measure yourself beforehand to ensure a proper fit.
Croeso, Lace & Cable Shawlette pattern by Camille Coizy Delahaie
L’idée de ce petit châle m’est venue pendant un voyage au Pays de Galles, son nom signifie “bienvenue”. Ce mot a pris tout son sens, tant la gentillesse et la prévenance des Gallois est extraordinaire.
Scrollwork Shawl pattern by verybusymonkey
The whole time I was knitting/designing this pattern I kept thinking of wrought iron scrollwork designs. Created with cabling, this design has a lot of subtleties that result in a really elegant crescent-shaped shawl.
Renaissance Crescent pattern by Kieran Foley
Renaissance Crescent is a sunny shawl with bands of stranded and lace knitting in a rainbow of harmonizing natural colors, evoking the warmth of Mediterranean climes - terracotta, sunshine and flowers.
Frozen Princess Poncho pattern by Melissa Kemmerer
Last Halloween, at least half of the little girls in my neighborhood were dressed as Elsa or Anna from the Frozen movie. They were adorable, prancing up and down the sidewalks in their sparkly dresses. Unfortunately, we live in a colder climate, where Halloweens tend to be chilly, if not downright snowy, so the top half of their costumes were covered by jackets. If only the little girls had Frozen Princess Ponchos to keep them warm… :)
So close pattern by Joji Locatelli
Interpretations is the first design collaboration between Joji Locatelli and Veera Välimäki; a magical collection featuring 12 patterns.