Item description for Vogue Knitting on the Go: Ponchos (Vogue Knitting On The Go) by Trisha Malcolm...
Ponchos are in Voguer--and busy knitters will snap up these patterns for one of the most practical, good-looking, and easy-to-make garments ever.
Ponchos are among the most popular garments today, the cover-up of choice for those with style. And, with such a freeform structure, they're a friendly next step for novices who want a new challenge, but don't yet feel ready to try a fitted sweater or jacket. These 20 fashionable projects include both knitting and crochet, and offer a wide range of choices, from elegant mohair and mesh designs to more rustic cabled and fisherman fare. There are even some kids' ponchos to ensure that no one is left out of the fun. With Vogue's easy-to-follow instructions and patterns, it's simple, enjoyable, and satisfying to make a great piece you'll want to show off all the time.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6" Height: 7.5" Weight: 0.52 lbs.
Release Date Aug 28, 2005
Publisher Sixth&Spring Books
ISBN 1931543798 ISBN13 9781931543798
Availability 0 units.
More About Trisha Malcolm
Malcolm is editor in chief of Vogue Knitting.
Trisha Malcolm currently resides in New York City, in the state of New York. Trisha Malcolm was born in 1960.
Reviews - What do customers think about Vogue Knitting on the Go: Ponchos (Vogue Knitting On The Go)?
middling poncho book Mar 13, 2006
About 20 ponchos. Two are for little kids. Mostly bulky type yarns on big needles. Good ones are: mitered poncho, entrelac poncho (definitely want to make this one), cabled turtleneck poncho, lace-cable poncho, cable and lattice poncho. Bad idea is the cape with the zipper. Unzip it and zing: it falls to the ground. Mohair poncho (or capelet) has pockets for some strange reason as it's much too short for them. The book might be useful as a stash buster to double up my regular yarns on the ponchos. So not the best of my poncho books but also not the worst. For that one see the Stork book.