A Throncho is knitted as a wrap and then partially seamed. It is worn as a flattering hybrid of a throw and a poncho.
This Throncho is knitted in 4 ply yarn. I used Rowan Finest which is a cashmere blend, but you could use any 4 ply. I suggest a high animal fibre content.
The pattern is moderately simple lace and it is beaded. You can use size 6 (larger) or size 8 beads. But it is beaded all-over so because of the weight I recommend size 8.
I rate this as moderate.
Yarns, needles, etc
Rowan Finest 13 X 25g balls (or c1,200m of any 4 ply yarn). I used Rapture, sh no 068.
3.25mm needles. Due to the number of stitches and weight of the work I used an 80cm long fixed cable circular needle.
A single 2.75mm needle for the cast off only.
Approx 2,000 beads, size 8 (small) or 6 (larger). I used crystal.
41cm by 164cm before washing/blocking.
42cm by 177cm after washing/blocking.