Autumn Mist Ponchlette
Autumn Mist was designed solely from a mood board and from my love of odd clothing types. I imagined a ponchlette with a big fluffy cowl to keep warm in the early autumn months without having a need to throw on a big jacket. I imagined a mountain, filled with tree leaves turning shades of red, some still green covered in a deep, thick fog, the colors poking through the gray. This is also my very first collaboration with a lovely indie dyer called Parkour Kitties. Her yarn absolutely made this project a wonderful voyage. The yarn is soft, and the colorway made the Autumn Mist garment come to life! I highly recommend this knitting journey as something you shouldn’t pass up!
Knit, purl, cast-on, bind off, cables, Knitting front and back, Purling front and back, picking up stitches, working flat, working in the round, 3-needle seam.
5 skeins Dk weight example knit in “Cliffside” by Parkour Kitties, DK weight 100% superwash BFL (225m/100g, parkourkitties.etsy.com IG: @parkourkitties)
US #8 (5.0mm) needle or size needed for gauge (I like to use my
circular needles to knit flat)
Tapestry needle Cable needles
20 stitches and 32 rows = 4” (10 cm) square in Rainy Window pattern stitch using US #8 (5.0mm) circular needles.
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