Crochet Study of Texture Poncho Pattern

Crochet Study of Texture Poncho Pattern

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Crochet Study of Texture Poncho

Crochet Study of Texture Poncho

Crochet Study of Texture Poncho

There was interest in having the Study of Texture original afghan converted to a shawl. So I put my thinking cap on and created a shawl. This ended up morphing into a demand to have the Study of Texture Poncho. Cora Morrison, a fellow crocheter, took up the challenge to create one.

With collaboration, Cora re-wrote the instructions for the Crochet Study of Texture Poncho as a one-piece unit. You could have done two shawls and sewed them together. She wanted a one-piece unit instead.

Cora spent several weeks perfecting the pattern to the best of our ability to match my original intention. She and I worked together to do our best to correct as much as we saw. So if you find an error, it’s not for a lack of trying.

Cora used 5 balls of Bernat POP yarn. Using 5 mm / H Hook.

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Crochet Study of Texture Poncho

Crochet Study of Texture Poncho

Crochet Study of Texture Poncho

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