Introducing: Beanstalk Poncho

As promised, here’s my newest design, the Beanstalk Poncho. I wore it on the last day of the yarn crawl, and loved it. It’s knit with two 400 yard skeins of fingering weight yarn, a perfect lightweight accessory for spring and summer.

Beanstalk Poncho

A single beanstalk climbs from hem to shoulder, reaching for the sky on both front and back. I used two Three Fates Yarns’ five shade gradient sets in her Eponymous Sock; the colorway is Time Lapse gradient. It would be equally lovely in a semi-solid colorway.

Beanstalk poncho detail

The length and width of this wrap are easy to customize to your perfect size. The wrap shown is 18″ wide by 29″ long.

Beanstalk poncho 2

This pattern is available as a pdf download through Ravelry; pattern page is here. To celebrate this pattern’s release, use coupon code BEANS for 20% off through Thursday, March 17, 2016. St. Patrick’s Day! Save some green and knit the green.

Beanstalk Poncho

It’s super fun to wear!

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3 responses to “Introducing: Beanstalk Poncho

  1. Oh this one is delicious and truly fits it’s name. Plus Jack and…was always a favorite story of mine.