Monday, March 27, 2017

A Wee Crochet Tour Stop

It is coming to the end of National Crochet month, and today I am one of the featured designers over at Crochetville. Big thanks to Amy and Donna for coordinating this month-long crochet party for the fifth consecutive year.

I thought I would take this time during NatCroMo to self-release a spring-into-summer poncho design that was initially published by a third party e-zine last August.

I am totally thrilled to share with you my 
Seasonal Mist Poncho. Worked in Neighborhood Fiber Co.'s Rustic Fingering, just two skeins is all it takes to make this lovely adjustable-sized poncho. Not only does this design celebrate two of my favorite crochet techniques: lace and tunisian ribbing, but the construction is easy yet fun.

Also, don't ever let it rain on your photography parade. It rains a lot here in spring, so waiting for sun could be a futile effort. Instead, we leaned into the rain, used an umbrella, and got some awesome shots. Take that, Mother Nature.

To celebrate NatCroMo, The Seasonal Mist Poncho will be 50% off the regular price of $5.00 between now and the end of the month. Feel free to drop it into your Ravelry shopping cart, and the discount will be automatic - no coupon code required.

Also, make certain to check out Crochetville's daily give-away today, since yours truly is sponsoring it!

1 comment:

  1. Congrats on the feature! Cute poncho; I like how it sits and that slit on one side.