Just curious, does the yarn need to be a cotton yarn or would acrylic work too? If you can make a scarf or a blanket, you can make this!
Please, log in or register. Cart 0 Close You have no items in your shopping cart. Our Yarns Shop By: Crochet Kit - Ava Fringed Poncho. Overview The Ava Fringed Poncho is the perfect topper to any outfit. I am not a crochet person. However, I have fallen in love with this poncho pattern. If I can make my poncho look like your poncho you will hear hallelujah even on the moon.
When I clicked your link to pin to Pinterest a cardigan shows up, not the poncho. Oh, btw, I love this pattern. In the middle of making a c2c lapghan now. This is absolutely stunning. I am definitely making myself one this weekend. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern. Any clue as to what I may have done wrong and if I should start over?
Thank you for sharing this lovely pattern. How should I adjust the pattern if I would like the poncho to cover more of my arms and torso? I really want to make this poncho. I would try an I or even H hook and see if that helps ya get closer to mine. Thanks for checking though, let me know if you need any further help! Thank you so much! I ended up using a size 7 hook, but it turned out the right size. I will make another for my aunt. Such a lovely poncho!
Your finished product looks so lovely in the bamboo cotton; but my question is whether you think it would work up just as well with a lightweight wool.
Thank you for sharing this pattern — I look forward to making it! I think it could be stunning in a light wool! I would try to stick to a category 3 weight or a light 4. Lion Brand Wool Ease would work up well and be very durable going through the wash! This poncho is so pretty. Just curious, does the yarn need to be a cotton yarn or would acrylic work too? I have just made one for myself I love it just need to do fring.
But my 5 ye old granddaughter would love one how many stitches should I do xx. Pretty poncho, but since I had clicked the link for a foot pillow it is the strangest peacock tail mandala pillow I have ever seen. Now I have finished row 14 and have only 58 stitches instead of I noticed it looking like a trapezoid, so, though I was still following what you showed in the video I continued.
I have been a crocheter for many years…I usually do not make clothing, but have made a few sweaters, scarves and hats successfully. What do you suppose went wrong?
Having purchased the yarn I am now on the search for another pattern. I always stitch in the very first stitch of the row right next to the turning chain many crocheters skip this stitch and work into the turning chain at the end of the row instead as a way of keeping straight edges.
Why after completing row 3 with 66 stiches the pattern says to continue until row 67 but it gives different number of stiches? I would expect At the end the numbers are not stiches but rows one needs to make according to their size.
I am so excited to share with you guys my latest wearable — the Ava Fringed Poncho! Comments I have not been interested in any crochet projects for months. Thank you for your excellent video. Your partner in yarn, Judy. Adorable poncho , love it thanks a bunch…… Ann in arkansas.
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