This pattern is designed for use with 4 skeins of our Luster Superwash Merino Wool Tencel Sport yarn in colorway: PERSEPHONE. Choose any colorway you like, though! We used barely over 3 skeins (approx 1220 yards), so you can use the remaining yarn to make matching boot toppers or a hat.
Shimmering waves cascade and layer in this gorgeous poncho.
•A more advanced pattern for those comfortable with crochet. If you're familiar with working triple crochets and following patterns, you'll be golden. If not, it's easy to learn.
•This poncho is one-size-fits-most. You can easily adjust the size as it has a simple construction.
•It looks more complicated than it is. The stitch pattern is not too challenging and you'll have it memorized before you know it.
•Picture tutorial included for each row so you're never left in the dark, scratching your head in confusion.
•Ideal for solid or tonal yarns, but use any that light your heart on fire.
•You'll need a size F (3.75 mm) hook. You'll want to be comfortable with single and triple crochets, as well as chaining and slip stitching.
You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.
Enjoy your Persephone Poncho!
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What a lovely pattern for a poncho. It's so pretty. I'm excited to make it but still deciding on what yarn to use. Thank you, Chandi!
This is going to work up into a beautiful shawl. Still deciding which of my fiber arts yarns to use!
I was finally able to start this and not only is the pattern easy to follow but it is working up so quickly. I am using the January Jewell colorway Garnet and I can not get over how unbelievably gorgeous it is! Everything else I have made with the yarns and patterns I have purchased from Chandi have been gifts for family, friend or charity. I have decided this one is for me!
I cannot yet review the pattern as I just downloaded it two days ago and was already prompted to review. I haven't been able to even start, but the pattern and overall look of the tutorial looks very good and easy to make. All seems logical and well described, so I'm looking forward to making this project!
This is, yet again, a gorgeous pattern from Expression Fibre Arts. The stitch pattern is beautiful, and very simple to achieve. The instructions are clear and concise and the photos that accompany the pattern are a real help, as is the diagram for construction. I'm so excited to make this!
Love this pattern
I have not used this pattern yet, but I can't wait :)
Haven't gotten to it yet but it is the top of my list. Beautiful pattern of shell stitches that flows.
Looks easy enough.Havent made it yet. It's on my to do list
Still a work in progress . Doing it in gray and it looks nice. Seems simple so far and several possibilities if you do not like the poncho idea - I am more of a shawl person.