Origami properties apply to a modern-fit poncho. First a foundational rectangular strip is worked. Then stitches for a second strip are picked up along one half of the left-hand long edge. Finally, the second strip is folded and its outer end is joined to the same long edge from which stitches were picked up and knit. The front neck edge is shaped slightly for a comfortable fit. Contrasting skeins of Kureyon colorway #102 are alternated throughout in narrow stripes of hot pink, orange, purple and blue.
Originally featured in Noro Knitting Magazine, Fall/Winter 2017, Issue 11. Design by Mari Lynn Patrick.