Saturday, 28 April 2012

Granny Poncho CAL

 

 As soon as Sucrette announced this CAL I was hooked, I love her little poncho pattern and it was already on my to do list.  I have already been making poncho's with knitted squares as you all know but I haven't actually made one from scratch for a while. I do like poncho's and they have certainly made a comeback here in the UK, however I have never considered making one for myself and I intended just making some to send on to Loving Hands.
  I have already made a start on the first one. I love these colours and I think that they combine nicely together, nice and bright for a sweet little girl.



Then I came across this yarn,



it's been in my stash for ages, someone donated it to me, it has no label on it so I don't even know what kind of yarn it is.  it's like a soft snugly mohair and it's not at all scratchy, so a little thought sprang into my mind last night just as I was about to drop off to sleep, I could make a poncho for myself with this yarn, it would be lovely to wear on cool summer evenings even if I was just sitting on my patio, better than a shawl that would just slip off my shoulders, and it would leave my hands free to crochet.  So with much trepidation and quite a bit of excitement ( I have never owned a poncho before) I have begun the poncho crocheting process with great determination lol
 If you haven't joined Sucretts CAL already there is still time to join in.
Have a great weekend everyone :)

6 comments:

  1. Hello! i've just found your lovely blog!! I love the beautiful things you have made, I plan to learn how to crochet one day, i've been told that it's very addictive! I will look forward to reading more of your blog, Marina x

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    1. Thank you Marina have just been over to yours and enjoyed my visit, yes you must learn to crochet and yes it is very addictive lol

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  2. Your girl poncho is looking so pretty. But I can´t wait to see yours with that lovely yarn. I did not join because I am making a half-granny shawl now, which is almost the same (but half of it).
    Thanks for your comment in my blog. I thought I was the only crazy persona that knitted under the arm, but I guess it is a technique. I hope I can learn to knit with circulars though...
    Ana

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    1. Hi Ana thank you, I have started on my poncho today that yarn is not easy to work with but I am going to keep on going with it I think it will be worth it in the end. looking forward to seeing your half-granny shawl and good luck with the circulars :)

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  3. OMG You are the only one i've found with this pattern on the internet! It's crazy!... Well, that's not really the best way to begin my comment, but i'm excited! I found you!

    Okay, breathe...

    Now, I'll be really, really happy if you were so kind to explain how to do the "neck" of the poncho, because I don't know if I have to dicrease a point in the corners... or if I have to do it BEFORE and not after making the rest o the poncho.

    At the beginning, at the end...

    I have a lot of doubts!! I hope you answer to me soon.

    Kisses!

    María.

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  4. Hello Maria you can find the graphic pattern here

    http://www.lemondedesucrette.com/2010/10/13/about-ponchos-and-pattern-d/

    if you can't understand it please let me know and I will try to explain. :)

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