Easy crochet poncho, created by making 4 large crochet granny squares with some simple shaping around the neck and adding lots of lovely tassels. We used Stylecraft Ombre Aran weight yarn so we didn't have to keep changing colours, just keep working from the ball, generous fit for most sizes and a great cover up for those chilly days but when wearing a coat is just a bit too much http://www.disswoolandcrafts.co.uk/?blog=blogs/archive/tag/stylecraft/index.aspx
crochet pattern for dragon poncho. The hooded poncho has cute pockets with nails, decorated with spikes and small ears. Worked bottom up with aran weight yarn. Perfect for a little boy or girl to look cute!
Free knitting pattern for The Able Cable Hat in aran weight yarn with large cables (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post28029132&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)
This quick and simple little pattern is great for using up oddments of leftover yarn and can be used as a pincushion or a toy. You can use any oddments and just need to match your needle size accordingly, for example I’d use 3.75mm needles with Aran weight, 3.25 / 3mm for DK weight and 2.75 / 2.25 mm for 4 ply (use a thinner needle size than recommended on the ball band in order to give a good finish after firmly stuffing.