Granny Square Poncho by Melissa Leapman
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Granny Square Poncho

January 2002
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
One square = 3 1/4" across (USA terms used)>
5.0 mm (H)
1200 - 1600 yards (1097 - 1463 m)
Child's 4-8 and 10-14
Errata available:

Description from the book:

Multiple granny squares recall a traditional afghan pattern, here transformed into a child’s multicolored poncho. First combine the double-crochet squares, then learn to shape the neckline and finish the lower edge. Be sure to work it in your little girl’s favorite color scheme.

Skill levels : Beginner (granny squares); Intermediate (neck border and hem edge).

Balls of yarn required for each size:

Child’s size 4-8 (10-14):

Color A: 1 (2)
Color B: 1
Color C: 1
Color D: 3 (4)

Yarn: Plymouth Encore, worsted weight, 100gm, 200 yards each.