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Kauni Poncho

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Made from just one ball of yarn, including the little flower at the neckline, you'll love crocheting this "show-stopping" poncho! We've used 140 grams of Kauni Effektgarn, a variegated 100% wool fingering weight yarn, to create our Kauni Poncho. This yarn is a dream to work with and the color changes give it that "wow factor"! The poncho is made with 2 crocheted rectangles, which are seamed together to form the poncho: no shaping is required. A simple neckline edging is added, along with the little flower for that finishing touch. The pattern includes many close-up photos, along with an assembly chart and a symbol crochet chart. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Make a chain, single crochet and double crochet Read a crochet pattern or a symbol crochet chart GAUGE 1 pattern repeat (on Rows 2-5) = 2 1/2" wide; 4 rows in pattern = 1 3/8" high (before blocking) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 15" from shoulder to bottom edge; 22" from neckline to bottom center point SUGGESTED YARN 612 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Kauni Effektgarn 8/2 COLORWAY EU (red, orange, yellow)

Recommended with this pattern

  • Size H/8 (5.0 mm) crochet hook
  • Approx 612 yards/560 meters of fingering weight wool yarn
  • Tapestry needle

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My name is Susan Lowman. I've been crocheting for over 40 years and designing for over 15 years. I have over 200 published crochet designs in various crochet books and magazines. In addition, I blog about crochet and self-publish crochet patterns on my website, I am also a technical crochet editor and teacher, as well as an active professional member of CGOA. I learned to knit in the summer of 2013 and I couldn't be more thrilled! I'm having a blast learning more knitting techniques. You'll see some of my knitting designs here on Craftsy, too. I thank God for the gift of creativity He has given me and I thoroughly enjoy sharing it with others.