Wheatsheaf Poncho Pattern is coming soon!

I’ll be publishing the Wheatsheaf Poncho Pattern very soon and our email subscribers will receive an exclusive discount code, just for them.

Here are some photos of my testers garments, Karen did some short rows on hers, but the others worked the pattern exactly as written.

I love this cool purple that Cathy chose, she’s a beautiful lady and this compliments her colouring so well. The buttons look glittery almost in this photo, but check the one below that for a close up. Cathy knitted the L Size.

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Cathy’s Poncho worn with buttons over one shoulder/arm
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Cathy’s spider web buttons, black web over a white background.
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Cathy’s Poncho worn with buttons to front as a cape

Karen’s poncho is in another cool colour, this multi tonal pink handspun is to die for. Karen knitted the S/M size.

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Karen’s Poncho folded longways like a shrug, you can see her short row shaping. Karen’s yarn is fabulous, it’s her own handspun using various shades of pink to create a jewel toned mix which is gorgeous.

I’m always glad to see some different yarns used for testing and when Nita suggested James C Brett Rustic Aran Tweed in the colour way 30 Dat I was delighted. It’s a blend with 20% wool, blocks nicely, washes well and has amazing colours. Isn’t it stunning? It’s also an affordable option. I like this yarn because the colours, like Stylecraft, are consistent and dyelots rarely matter very much. Nita knitted an XL size.

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Nita’s Poncho worn the traditional way with buttons over shoulder. I love the red, tweedy yarn she chose which adds interest to the stocking stitch fabric and works really well with the cables.

I knitted my Wheatsheaf Poncho with some Stylecraft Special Aran with Wool in the Spruce colourway. It’s a heathered mix of greens both warm and cool. It’s machine wash, softens with each wash and is really affordable for those on a budget. I’m wearing the XL sized Poncho and it used around 520g of yarn, so 1 and a bit 400g balls.

Wheatsheaf Poncho in green worn by Loraine
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Wheatsheaf Poncho in green worn by Loraine

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