Shake Your Groove Thing Poncho Kit
The Shake Your Groove Thing Poncho is all about getting your groove on in a design that makes you smile! It's a top down, super easy knit where you get to do you with color and yarn mixing. We also love the asymmetrical rows of tasseled trim adorning this piece. If you a beginner knitter, this might just be the pattern for you. Or if you are looking for a fun and creative way to express yourself through knitting, this poncho has your name on it!
In the video tutorials, I'll guide you through every step of how to make the sweater from start to finish. Tap the link here to check out our Ravelry page for this style and see the Shake Your Groove Thing Poncho on a range of beautiful bodies!
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Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate Knitter
Size US 13 (9 mm) 32” / 80 cm circular needle for ribbing
Size US 19 (15 mm) 40” / 100 cm circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge
Size N / US 15 (10 mm) crochet hook for edging, optional for adding fringe
Adjust needle sizes as necessary to match gauge.
Sizes: 1 (2, 3)
Recommended to fit the following ranges of bust circumferences: 32-42 (42-52, 52-62)” / 80-106.5 (106.5-132, 132-157.5) cm
Sizing shown is a broad range and only a recommendation. You may prefer a smaller or larger size based on your desired fit. Both Samples are a size 1 shown on a 32” / 80 cm and a 40” / 100 cm bust.
6 sts and 10 rnds = 4” / 10 cm in garter stitch worked flat using Spun Cloud and larger needles, steam blocked (See Pattern Notes)
Main Color (MC): 1 (2, 2) skein(s) Spun Cloud (100% wool; approx. 100 yds / 200 g)
Contrast Colors (CC): 2 (3, 3) Mini Skein Sampler kits (approx. 85 yds / 164-170g - 5 mini skeins of yarn included per kit, 17 yds / skein)
Sample 1 is shown in Spun Cloud French Vanilla with Mini Skein Sampler kits in Dusty Mauve and Mustard, and Sample 2 is shown in Spun Cloud Frosty Green with Mini Skein Sampler kits in Lilac and Bouquet.
Pattern Designer: Cheryl Kubat