luca poncho – the pattern

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Thank you for following my journey during the making of the Luca Poncho. Today, as promised, I want to share the pattern with you.

Many of you know how much I like using colour in both knitting and crochet, with all stranded colour work being a special love of mine. For this poncho I used a very simple, yet effective, slip stitch pattern. A perfect project for anyone just starting out with using more than one colour, or maybe you just want to have a relaxing project to work on during the Christmas holidays.

Whatever the case, I hope you will enjoy working on my take of an all time favourite using this most wonderfully soft and luscious yarn. Make it using my colour choice or pick your own from the very large palette of Luca Yarn here.

The pattern is absolutely FREE for you to download right HERE

Enjoy! X.

the luca project – poncho

Poncho Inspiration

image credit – google images

This week has been a bit of a bumper ride with some very low points. It has however not all been gloomy, and one of the definite up’s has been working with the lovely Scheepjeswol Luca yarn that I introduced you to last week.

Some of you may know that I have close family who lives all the way in Guatemala. Thinking of them and planning a trip out there made me look at photos of that country recently. It reminded me that, like Peru, Guatemala is a country alive with striking colours. Especially the ponchos are a feast for the eye, and this gave me an idea and ample inspiration for my Luca project.

Poncho Collage 1


The jewel colours lend themselves to some colour work, and after playing around with different ideas I have settled on a simple, yet striking slip stitch pattern.

This is the current state of play…


I am loving every minute of it and hopefully I will be ready to share a big TahDah moment with you next week.

Enjoy your weekend, and happy Sinterklaas – St. Nikolaus to all of you who celebrate.