Since 1963, Kate Dudding has been knitting and designing sweaters for herself, her family and friends. Her current phase is designing and knitting ponchos and socks, following a Kaffe Fassett multicolor phase and an Aran Isle/guernsey phase.
Since 1989, Kate has been
to audiences of all ages, first to her then 4 year old son, more recently at the
New-York Historical Society, the
Norman Rockwell Museum and
First Night at Saratoga Springs, NY.
Two of her stories were published in
KnitLit (too) and
Knit Lit the Third.
Click here for the pattern for the Knitted Four-Pointed Star (pdf format) and its story, published in KnitLit (too).
This is Kate's first published design.
It includes full directions, guidance on yarn selection as well as knitting hints.
This poncho is made in two pieces with seams in the center front and center back.
Uses worsted weight and mohair yarns and size 10 1/2 needles.
For intermediate knitters.
Here are other color combinations
for this poncho.
You can purchase this pattern by using the buttons below.