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Poncho Pattern



<FONT FACE="Verdana,Arial" SIZE=2>8o I am trying to find a pattern that looks like the one on dite http://www.maggiescrochet.com , it is the white one on the front page. Super easy poncho. I can not tell if it made with the 2 rectangles or not. This is the type we need for Florida, and I want the off shoulder look, not any that comes around the neck. Can any one help me. </FONT><FONT FACE="Verdana,Arial" SIZE=2>Results (total votes = 1):</FONT><table bgcolor=#FFFFFF border=0 cellpadding=3 cellspacing=0 width="75%">


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I don't know where to direct you for anything similar, but I have to say I adore that shawl and would love to make one or three <img border=0 src="http://img28.photobucket.com/albums/v84/crochetville/cutewink.gif" />


I seem to have lost the link, but someone should be along to help out soon. Try Faery Crafty's poncho links, there may be something there....


I'll look for the link in a bit but my chicken and dumplins is waiting for me at the moment! Gotta run!



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Hey Beachlady,

That is a pretty poncho. If it's not done with 2 rectangles it may be done like this one (which I prefer because you can wear it two ways. Off the shoulder or...click at the bottom on 'finish your poncho' and you see you can wear it like that).

asymetrical poncho


Give it a look and see what you think. Either way, it would be super easy to work up. Good luck and let us know how it turns out.



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that poncho looks like it could be done one of three ways..


first one long rectangle like an asymetrical poncho..


secondly 2 rectangles attached together at the shoulder



or it could be done in one piece which isnt hard either .. you would work your rectangle to the length and width you want.. when you are ready for the opening.. just chain how ever long you want it open attaching it on th eother side afater skipping as many stitches as you chained and work your stitch in those chains as you go back across..

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You people are so great, I love this site. Just today I saw one I believe is made just as you stated, one long rectangle, then just closed on the shoulder area, and with fringe on just one side, of course the opening side. They wanted only 30 dollars for it. It is at Macy's. So many are cheaper to buy than make, yarn is so expensive any more. Oh just to add my opinion, I will not buy any more, Homespun or Boucle as it is just to thick for Florida, also it looks like a rug once worked up, and so I suppose if I wanted to make a rug, then I would use it, but not for anything else. i:bounce

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