Knit Poncho | Easy to Wear Styles
Knit ponchos and capes are a great alternative to shawls. Unlike shawls, ponchos and capes are worked in the round, or have a closure along the side, and won’t be falling off your shoulders as you wear them. Rita Maassen has put together a beautiful collection of 30 knit poncho and cape patterns for you to explore and expand your knittings skills.
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Inside the Book
Open the cover of this beautiful book and you will find 30 knit poncho and cape patterns to transform your look. Ponchos and capes are different from shawls in the fact that they won’t fall off when you wear them as a shawl tends to do.
Quickly throw on one of these beautiful knit poncho or cape projects and look anything but basic. With a variety of styles, textures, and stitch patterns you will be able to find something that suites you.
Colorwork and cables can be found through out the patterns in this book. Each with its own unique element they can be dressed up or down as you wish. The hardest part of this book will be choosing which pattern to start with.
Purchase 30 Knit Ponchos & Capes
Have you fallen in love with the patterns in this book? Be sure to grab your own copy over on Amazon and get started on your favorite patterns today.
The wonderful people at Stackpole Books are offering a copy of the book for us to giveaway to our followers! Read the information below and enter through the entry form.
The giveaway will run through midnight MST on December 31, 2019.
The giveaway for a paper copy of 30 Knit Ponchos & Capes by Rita Maassen is only open to US residents. If you are outside of the US you will receive a digital copy.
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