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Poncho pattern is reason to keep knitting this Spring

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When Spring finally arrived this morning, albeit, several days late from its appointed time, Moon Eldridge posted her Morning Glory top-down poncho pattern on Ravelry. So cute and versatile for trips to the market, all your errands in spring and fall, and yes, a very good reason to keep on knitting at day's end this spring.

The poncho pattern is written for four sizes, 34" 38" 42" 46" and has a relaxed cowl neck, perfect for slipping over denim shirts or light sweaters. Moon has used Swan's Island Organic Washable DK yarn treated with an Eco-wash to enable machine washing without felting and is GOTS certified organic wool, naturally spun in Maine, USA. Each 50 gram skein has 140 yds @ $14.50. Designer estimates 700 - 1260 yards (640 - 1152 m), depending on size for knitting the poncho pattern.

The Morning Glory top-down poncho pattern is available for $7.00 on Ravelry or at DowntownKnits.com.

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