GRAY GOLF PONCHO

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DIMENSIONS
S / M (L / XL)



YOU WILL NEED
Yarn 1 (100% alpaca wool; 50 g / 110 m) - 10 (12) skeins of dark gray mottled; 
yarn 2 (60% mohair, 15% wool, 25% silk; 50 g / 280 m) - 3 (4) skeins of gray; stocking knitting needles No. 4 or circular knitting needles No. 4 40 cm long, circular knitting needles No. 5 40 and 60-80 cm long.



PATTERNS AND SCHEMES

RUBBER
1 persons., * 2 out., 2 persons. *, repeat from * to * and finish 2 out. and 1 persons.



FACE FACE
Front rows - front loops, wrong rows - wrong loops. In circular rows, knit all the loops face.



KNITTING DENSITY
16 p. X 23 p. = 10 x 10 cm, knitted with one thread on knitting needles No. 5.



ATTENTION
Poncho is knitted from top to bottom with a double thread = 1 thread of each type of yarn.



COMPLETING OF THE WORK

On circular knitting needles No. 4, dial 96 (104) p. Knit with an elastic band in circular rows: 1 person. * 2 out., 2 person. *, repeat from * to * and finish 2 out. and 1 persons. Knit directly until the height of the lower bar is 20 cm (for all sizes). Attach a marker at the beginning and in the middle of the row (= sides of the poncho). 

Go to circular knitting needles No. 5. Knit faces. stitch. 

In the 2nd r. increase on both sides: 4 faces., pull the stretch between the 4th and 5th stitches with a crossed cross (= increase), knit before reaching the marker 4 stitches, knit a stretch between the last stitch and the next loop crossed (= increase), knit 8 persons., knit a broach between the last knitted loop and the next loop of the front crossed (= increase), knit before reaching 4 p. to the end of the circular row, knit a broach between the last knitted loop and the next loop of the crossed face (= increase) and knit after days 4 p.p. row. Repeat these increments in each row 10 (12) times, then in each 2nd p. 29 (31) times, in each 4th r. 1 (1) time, in every 6th p. 1 (1) time and in every 8th p. 1 (1) time = on the needles of 268 (292) p. 

Perform 1 p. right in a circle. 

Then divide the loops into 2 parts = the back and the front, and knit in rows in the forward and reverse directions on the loops of the back and the front separately, so that the holes for the hands are formed = 11 (12) cm should be

knitted from the division of work.  Then, again loop and knit the loops in a circle in a straight line 9 (11) cm. 

Now, to lengthen the back of the poncho, knit 36 ​​(36) p. forward and freely close the next 70 (76) p. forward. 

Then knit to closed loops, turn the work and knit in the opposite direction, close the first 5 stitches. At each turn of work, close 5 stitches on both sides 4 times, 10 stitches 1 time and 15 stitches 1 time. Transfer the remaining loops to the auxiliary knitting needle. Cut the thread.



COLLAR
Attach a new thread to one of the side seams. On circular knitting needles No. 5, draw 1 st. From each closed loop and 1 st. From each turn from row to row, then knit stitches from the auxiliary knitting needles on the front side and dial stitches in rounding in front of the side seam. The number of loops should be a multiple of 4. 

Continue to work with an elastic band: 1 person., * 2 out., 2 persons. *, repeat from * to * and finish 2 out., 1 persons. 

Knit directly until the collar is 7 cm (for all sizes).



CUFFS
For 48 knitting needles, dial 48 (52) p. Along the edge of the hole for the hands: 1 p. From each row. 

Knit with an elastic band: 1 person., * 2 out., 2 persons. *, repeat from * to * and finish 2 out., 1 persons. Knit straight until the cuff is 7 cm wide (for all sizes).



ASSEMBLY
Sew the ends of the threads. Gently steam the poncho.


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