by Dan Doh
This poncho is all about color and can be worn multiple ways.
Permutations by Yumiko Alexander is such a versatile piece!
It's knit using 2 strands of Cotton Fine held together. Two contrasting colors are used with a mosaic section as the focal point. What makes this super fun is that sometimes two strands of the same color are held together and other times, one strand of each color is held together. It's knit in one piece as a rectangle and seamed at the neck edge.
20" x 53" before folding
4 skeins Cotton Fine (2 skeins MC, 2 skeins CC), shown in Blueberry and Steel Gray
(needles not included)
It's knit using sizes US 5 and 9 needles.
Gauge: 17 sts and 22.5 rows = 4 inches in st st on larger needles holding 2 strands together