For the past couple of months I have been working on crocheting a poncho, and I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out.
To make it I used 7 balls of the Cleckheaton California 8ply yarn, in the colour volcano, and a 5mm crochet hook. It is composed of 60 rows in total, 18 for the cowl neck, and 42 in the body. I based it off of a tutorial (which can be accessed here: https://sewchet.com/2014/10/18/tutorial-crochet-poncho/) but I changed it to fit the yarn that I was using, and also added fringes. The yarn itself is amazing quality, made up of 100% wool, so it is extremely warm, awesome for the winter months. So although it was quite an expensive and lengthy project, it was definitely worth it!
4 replies on “Crocheted Poncho”
Your poncho is beautiful ! I agree with you : if you are investing time making something it is worth working with nice yarn (if you can afford it)
Thank you so much! Definitely true 🙂
It’s beautiful and I love the fringe! Thanks for sharing your version:)
Thank you 🙂
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