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  • Writer's pictureSamantha Dawn

Campfire Poncho

I wanted to make myself something and I ended up making a poncho which is perfect for a campfire. This is the easiest thing I've ever knitted and could easily be done with any kind of yarn.

For this poncho, I used Loops & Threads Copenhagen yarn in Daydream. It's super bulky and the needle size was 10mm or US 15.

I started by casting on 80 stitches thinking it would be the length of my arm and it ended up being the length I needed for my body.

80 Stitches made the perfect body length and I wear a large, so I would say for a small it would be 60 stitches and a medium would be 70 stitches. You need to make two rectangles that are the same.

For the arm length I knit 24 inches long.

For the pattern, I did a classic knit one, pearl one on one row and a knit row on the second.

At the end I weaved together both rectangles like the picture above and added tassels.


Cast on 80 stitches.

Row 1: Knit 1 pearl 1, until the end.

Row 2: Knit until the end.

Repeat row 1 and 2 until you reach 24 inches in length.

Weave together both rectangles like the picture above.

Add a tassel every inch or every three stitches. Here is a video on how to make tassels.

Now you have a beautiful poncho that was easy to make.

Thanks for reading,



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