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Make a colorful retro poncho in warm Fall colors! Although this poncho uses traditional granny squares, it gets a "painted" look by working with 3 strands of fingering weight yarn and changing 1 color every 2-3 rounds.
US crochet terminology.
LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: Intermediate
FINISHED SIZE: One size fits most. Poncho measures about 25” along center front, falling about 30” from shoulder (excluding fringe), and is about 32” wide.
GAUGE: 4 rnds = 3” , 3 sets of 3 dc = 3”.
STITCHES USED: Chain st (ch). Slip st (sl st). Single crochet (sc). Double crochet (dc). Reverse single crochet (rsc).
Copyright 2005 by Joy Prescott. This pattern is for personal use only and may not be resold. The finished product made from this pattern may be sold.
Fingering weight yarn approx. 750 yards total. The sample shown uses approximately 125 yards of ea of the following colors: Yellow, Gold, Orange, Dark Orange, Red, and Green.
Crochet hook size I or size needed to obtain gauge.