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This cape/poncho is a timeless, very feminine, very warm design. Perfect for the off-season. With its two slits at the waist on both front and back, you can slide your favourite belt through them and look a million bucks. Or you can wear it loose for a more gypsy style. It’s knitted in one go, no seams, yeah! It has pockets on the front, there’s nothing worse than outerwear without pockets. I must warn you, this jumbo piece takes a long time to knit, so my advice to you is to start knitting in the very beginning of summer. Pictured in a size Petite


  • This was knitted in Rowan's “Purelife British Sheep Breeds Chunky mid-brown Jacob” 100% Organic Merino Wool (100g/110m) (3.53oz/120yds) but you may use any yarn that matches the gauge
  • Once you get the right gauge, count approximately 1900m (2400)m 2078yds (2625) of yarn, or 18 skeins (20)
  • Stitch markers
  • Row counter


  • 16s x 21r for a 10cm x 10cm (4" x 4") square in motif with 6mm n (US10)


  • 120cm (47") 5.0mm (US8) circular needle for the hems
  • 120cm (47") 6.0mm (US10) circular needle for the main part
  • 40cm (16") 6.0mm (US10) circular needle for the collar


  • Petite (1,50m to 1,65m) (4.9ft to 5.4ft) and Tall (1,65m+) (5.4ft +)

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