Is it a shawl? A poncho? A serape? Whatever you call it, it’s comfy and fun to wear. Wrap it around you or let it hang and drape.
This simple project uses garter and net stitches to create a fun design that is easy to make. The two front “flaps” are knit separately and then joined together to knit the back in one piece.
This serape is knit from end to end with a fingering weight yarn in four colours. This garment has one size and no visible seams.
Skills: knit, purl, simple lacework
Sizes: one size
approx 97 cm wide and 117 cm long lying flat after blocking
approx 30 sts and 44 rows = 10 cm in St st on 2.5 mm as given on ball band
approx 20 sts and 19 rows = 10 cm in garter st on 4 mm
Yarn: fingering weight merino wool
4 skeins Bohoknits Ramble
100% Superwash Merino Wool, 25% Nylon
422 m per 100 g
shown in colours Chirp (light blue), Naked (white), Doubting Thomas (dark blue) and Oktoberfest (orange)
4 mm 60 cm circs
or size needed to obtain gauge
Other Materials: tapestry needle or teeny crochet hook; 4 stitch markers; spare needle or scrap yarn or stitch holder