4 necklines - button-up, roll, hood & t-shirt (mid or high) plus separate scarf option.
2 pockets - patch & kangaroo.
3 Lengths - top, hilo & long (below the butt).
2 arm lengths - easily customised.
Wide hem with mitred corners.
No shoulder seams.
Short, regular & tall cutting lengths.
Includes both pattern pieces and dimensions table.
CITY is chic simplicity with an open roll neck with button detail at the neckline. Functional or decorative buttons, it’s up to you.
WEEKEND is snuggly & easy. Make in thick warm sweater knits with the roll neck to warm you up, whatever you’re doing.
SPORTY has that active feel, characterised by the hood & kangaroo pocket. Made in french terry, it’s a modern take on the tracksuit (sweatsuit). Or in something light for after a workout.
ALL-SEASONS features a simple t-shirt neckline & a separate scarf. From poolside cover-up to something fabulous to offset that chilly office air con, this is the most seasonally versatile. It's the perfect layering option with that seperate scarf.
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as I haven't made the Poncho yet I can only give my review on the ease of downloading the pattern & the tutorial which as with all my P.E pattern purchases I can't fault.
Ready for travel!
I saw this poncho on Lifting Pins and Needles blog last week, and decided it would be perfect for some upcoming car travel. Got it done today, made from a sweatshirt blanket that had been ruined by embroidery and was just stuffed in the cupboard. With the rolled neck, I am ready to snuggle in while hubby drives!
Sophisticated layering pattern
I’ve made a few of these now and they have become a staple in my wardrobe! Perfect over a sweater, great for layering, and they look so classy! 😍
Great pattern, easy to read
Easy and Practical
I made the all seasons poncho with the mid neckline in the shorter length with long sleeves. The instructions were really easy to follow. It's the perfect thing to throw on in the mornings when it's a little cooler. I think there are going to be more ponchos in my future.