Monthly Archives: April 2016

14 Carat – Part 4

I’m delighted to reveal the completed poncho!  I love the clean lines, flattering fit and especially that it can be worn over everything.  Let’s wrap up the instructions so you can wear yours soon. Before seaming, block your piece to the desired dimensions.  As you can see in the photo below, I chose to block […]

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14 Carat – Part 3

Most of you are slowly working your way to the required length for 14 Carat.  Doesn’t it seem as if the last few repeats are taking forever?  Have no fear, the finishing is almost here and soon you will be stylin’ in your poncho! It is important to knit the rectangle to the length that […]

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14 Carat – Part 2

The stage has been set for the body of the poncho with the completion of Part One.  Part Two brings the longest section of this pattern.  I’m sure there are a few knitters who can complete it in a week, but for the rest of us mere mortal knitters it will take more time.  Don’t […]

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14 Carat – Part 1

  Welcome to the spring installment of the Progressive Needles Knit Along.  I’m thrilled to share 14 Carat with you – a poncho that is as much fun to knit as it is to wear.  I was shopping last week and saw ponchos in every store and on so many women.  The best news is that they […]

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