Today, I thought we’d have a look at some of the amazing Poncho patterns available in the Indie Design Gift Along this year.
I love the smooshy cables and ribbed pattern on this poncho, knitted in Aran weight yarn it’s a very quick and simple knit.
I know the designer of this marvellous and mad-as-a-box-frogs pattern, it’s edgy, urban and modern. All words suited for someone younger than I, but I do love it. it’s a quick knit, thick, warm cables and several ways to wear it, your Teen or Twenty Somethings will love it.
A bit of crochet, circles and a lacy effect create a beautiful, modern design that I would wear a lot.
Great for using up sock or 3ply yarns and showing off a kettle dyed or semi solid with it’s pretty lace details and edging.
Awesome example of playing with colour, some Fair Isle stranding and a texture collar, this really is a stunner. Kits are available in a variety of colour options.
Stunning lace, two colours and an awesome shape to this poncho make it a must-have on my list
I love Linda’s cables and this poncho really does make the most of cables, textures and warm wool
A simple but stylish crochet poncho with lots of opportunities to add stripes, play with colour or just make it in a single colour to contrast with your winter coat.
I can imagine Arya wearing this simple poncho while practicing her sword skills. No fussy details or frills for warrior women.
Beautiful textures and you could knit yourself the whole set, after all, a girl needs a hat and mitts to go with her poncho.
Last one for today and it’s another modern, edgy and urban piece with an awesome shape and texture. I can see my Teen Ogre nieces loving this and wanting one in every colour.