Brunswick by Kassandra Reading

Brunswick by Kassandra Reading


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Brunswick by Kassandra Reading

A beautifully detailed poncho that looks like a complex knit, but is deceptively straight forward! 

Yarn: World of Wool marble DK 
Quantity:  10 x 50g balls (Feather, MY16)
Needle size: 4.5mm, circular
Pattern type:  Knitting
Pattern size: One sieze, 65cm x 130cm before seaming
Techniques: Knit, purl, make bobble, seaming

World of Wool Pattern Insights:

This is a great pattern for those who don't want to delve deep into garment construction but still want to produce something wearable, stepping up from scarf or blanket knitting.  Marble is an easy-working yarn that has enough stitch definition to emphasise the texture and changes within this poncho, while still remaining soft.


From the Designer:

This gorgeously textured piece was inspired by the floaty, feminine fabrics and textures that have defined the boho style for decades. I specifically wanted to include eyelets and elongated stitches as a nod to the lace and fringing that have become almost synonymous with Bohemian and hippie fashions.
The bobbles and purl rows that nestle between these features complement them perfectly and add a real warm and cosy touch.

Designer Website: Woolgatherer Designs

Don't need the wool?  You can buy this pattern from Raverly


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