Ponchos and Capes

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Gods of the Northern Lights

The Gods of the Northern poncho, by Celia Roberts, depicts the northern lights as they dance across a net of starts. Knit flat, the stars are a knit/purl pattern; the Sun God motif is intarsia colorwork. The finished rectangle is seamed and measures 22½ by 60 inches, but it can easily be resized. The poncho is worked in DK weight yarn with 720-790 yds for the main color and about 10 yds of three contrasting colors. Shown here in Jorstad Creek’s Spirit Lake and Belfair.

Ozette Poncho

The Ozette Poncho, by Celia Roberts, incorporates the patterns used in traditional fisherman ganseys to create a poncho that will keep you warm and cozy, and bring you safely home from wherever you may roam. Worked in a heavy fingering weight or light sport weight yarn, as written, you will need about 1740 yds of yarn. Ozette can easily be resized to suit your unique vision. Shown here in Jorstad Creek Iona and Queensland Collection Oxley.

Other BK Collective Ponchos and Capes

Cape Flattery

Cape Flattery, by Celia Roberts, is a knitted vision of the northwestern-most point in the contiguous United States. Knit in the round, the cape begins with a spiral edge neckline that evokes cresting waves, while the lacework reflects the fish, invertebrates, and mammals that live and play in this remote part of Washington state. The cape can be made in three sizes – neck circumference 17-26 inches (45-71 cm), using 460-920 yds (422-844 m) of DK weight yarn. Shown here in Jorstad Creek Chelan.