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  1. Hi, everyone! Can you tell me how one would lengthen the "sleeve" portion of a poncho? The pattern I'm eyeing is the standard v-front style, but I'm not a fan of how short the "sleeve" part of it is--in fact, most I've seen are no more than 3/4 length when finished. I'd like to stay to the v-front style (looking to make a poncho with a decided hippie flare!) but I'd love to have the sleeve part longer without it being a cape. How do I do that? Thank you so much for any help!
  2. Here's another free pattern perfect for spring https://holyrollinhooker.wordpress.com/2017/04/10/aqua-lass-poncho/
  3. Hi everyone! I just found this community today and I'm pretty excited about it ! I have wanted to crochet and knit for years and never got around to it until about 2-3 months ago when I decided it was time and I first got the hang of knitting and crocheting followed a couple weeks after - all on YouTube believe it or not! Anyway, I am finally beginning to experiment with reading patterns (I started just following along on YouTube) and modifying them...Still trying to learn... I found this perfect and beautiful pattern for a 'Fairy Tale poncho' and I absolutely LOVE it. I feel like I would love it even more if I added a hood to it. Does anyone have any idea how I could do that? Here is the link for the pattern: http://www.mooglyblog.com/fairy-tale-poncho/ Thank you in advance for any input!
  4. I made this poncho for the granddaughter of a friend from high school. Here is a link to a blog post about this crochet adventure.
  5. This is one of the most flattering shaped ponchos you can wear. And the drape of the yarn is flattering, too. But it feels like you are wrapped in a warm blanket - SO cozy! The best of both worlds What you will need: Be So Brave Yarn; 100% American Merino Wool, #4 medium worsted weight; 120 yds (109m) per 2oz (56g) hank; (8) hanks Color A Waves of Grain (2) hanks Color B Picket Fence (2) hank Color C Cape Cod Bay or (12) hanks of one color only if you are making this in ONE COLOR L/11 (8mm) crochet hook Yarn needle Optional (2) 3” buttons Gauge: 3sts/3rows = 1” in single crochet after blocking NOTE: because of the nature of this particular gauge, in order to pick up sts evenly across end of rows (which you will be doing often in this pattern), pick up and knit into every end of rows. Finished size: 48" wide x 22" long
  6. A client asked me to create a poncho and diaper cover with the child's name on the backside.
  7. I love ponchos. I finished this red one last week. It has chain loop fringe: no mess, no fuss...and I just love this technique.
  8. The "Easy Peasy Poncho" free crochet pattern, available in adult and child sizes: Easy Peasy Poncho - Adult Easy Peasy Poncho - Children Happy hooking!
  9. Pattern Information Pattern Description: Granny squares completed with a cute joining styles and edging Pattern Style (written, symbol chart, etc.): written Pattern Photo: Skill Level: Easy to intermediate Yarn/Material/Tools Required: Hook G, Red Heart Super Saver (one ball of each color) Tester Information Number of Testers Needed: 5 Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: project could be completed in as little as three hours Deadline: 2 weeks Tester Experience (do you want testers to have prior experience, submit references, etc.): none Tester Responsibilities (what exactly do you want testers to do and what information do you want them to supply to you): please complete pattern and give feedback on ease of reading and following the pattern instructions. Any Special Software Requirements: pdf reader Compensation Free pattern to keep and coupon code for percentage off of purchase in Etsy shop athttp://www.etsy.com/shops/tiptoptotspatterns
  10. Here is my latest creation, it is a poncho with Chichén Itzá on the front and a cactus on the back. Crocheted with a 2mm hook, size 10 crystal thread yarn imported from México. It took me 280 hours to make
  11. Second round, chain1 does not count as stitch. 1 treble front post around stitch at base of chain. When I do this, after slip stitching for the next round I end up with two stitches joined. Do I count both stitches or just the chain one stich that used to go around the base to make the front post ? I think I may have figured this out . I don't count the stitch.
  12. Hiya all, hope everyone is doing well. This is one of my first things i made by myself and i hope somone might make use of it. This is a poncho i made for my daughter as i wanted something that could be turned around and used as a blanket in her car chair/ pushchair. http://www.sahmod.com/?q=node/8
  13. I bought some sparkly Red Heart Celebration yarn on clearance after Christmas. It's a bright colored yarn in jewel tones with a metallic silver thread that runs through it. The label had some Christmas ornaments that you could crochet with it. Anyway, the yarns colors reminded me of jesters and Mardi Gras. So I decided to make another poncho in tunisian crochet using a size J hook with a flexible extension cord. Here's the poncho I came up with. It's made by crocheting two rectangular panels, (7 squares by 17 squares each), and then attaching the panel together by joining the end of one panel to the side of the other both on the front and back of the poncho. It's neat how, once the panels are attached, it changes the look from the usual squares into the harlequin diamonds - (since they hang on you sideways.) Here's the back. You can see the seems running diagonally across each side. (Since tunisian crochet stitches are taller than they are wide, each square is 10 stitches wide by only 8 stitches tall). Once the panels are attached, you still need to make two more rows of squares to fill up the poncho to the neck. I then added a small pompom fringe that was just large enough to go around once. It's sewn over one of the looser seams created by having to add the extra two rows to the top. (Isn't there some unwritten law that a crocheted poncho requires a bit of pompoms or fringe anyways?) LOL!!! Just kidding. I think it looks really cute too. Here's the front flat. It flares out nicely at the neck which is great because the metallic thread in the yarn is scratchy. That's why I lined it with a dark purple fleece blanket material. It's very warm and soft. I was going to add pink jingle bells to make it even more "jester - like", but my son said not too. (Something about not wanting to annoy people whilst wearing it). LOL!! There's lots more photos in my blog of the lining and such. I hope the photos show the sparkly - ness of this poncho. It was really fun to make.
  14. I made this cookie poncho for the granddaughter of a friend of mine from high school. As I have no grandchildren of my own, I think she is just super for her willingness to share. Here is one of my many blog posts about the project, and here is a photo of the project itself:
  15. I made this for my youngest granddaughter, Maddie. She turned 2 yesterday. Her party is this afternoon, so that is when I'll be giving it to her. I'm hoping it fits her. To me it looks a bit small, but she is a little peanut, lol. The pattern is called TooDee Frutti by Vickie Howell.
  16. Using the free Lion Brand Groovy Granny Poncho (pattern #40433), and 5.0 mm hook, and a lot of Red Heart Super Saver yarn scraps, I made myself this poncho. I don't know why I felt such a desperate need to make one, but now it's done. You can read the last installment of this adventure (and see additional photos) here.
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