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How to sew a poncho with his own hands video

How to sew a poncho with his own hands video


Our original instructions are here. This project was inspired by a no-sew fleece poncho Hancock Fabrics pattern. We’ve been confronted with the rules. This takes just over a yard of fabric; buy a matching scarf. Enjoy!

1. Cut two 30-inch by 40-inch rectangles of good quality polyester fleece. The guidelines for cutting. Sizing note: The original Hancock’s pattern uses two 30-inch by 45-inch rectangles. It was a bit off. However, it does provide a 30 x 40 rectangles. If you experiment with other dimensions, please let us know about your results!

2. Cut 4-inch squares out of each corner. These are scraps.

3. Lie one rectangle right side down on a flat surface; up the bottom one. Imagine a compass in the center of your 2 matched up fabric pieces. Line up, cut and move.

The bottom of the right corner of the wall, SW, is matched up, like this: Wrong side to wrong side

Horizontally and one vertically.

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(The two rectangles will have the wrong sides touching.)

4. Cutting both pieces at the same time, cut 4-inch long by 1/2 inch wide fringes along the South side. Only cut as far as the short side; bit on the collar.

5. Tie the fringes together in double knots, like this: Tie the fringes on the South side

Tie the fringes on the South side.

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(You can see the collar.)

6. Look at the photo below (from step 3). See the top piece of fabric running horizontally? Slide to the left and up. (Again, imagine a compass printed on the photo of the photo of the North and the North cones.) The piece of fabric is horizontal

The top piece of fabric is horizontal.

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You can see the fringed South Northeast corners.  moved it.

This is how it looks like it moved.

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7. Now cut the fringe and double knot the East side. Again, cut as far as the short piece of fabric.

The left over piece will become the collar. You can now have 2 flaps in the collar, or trimmed off. Ready to knot the fringe on the East side .

Ready to knot the fringe on the East side.

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He has his neckline lined up. Both seams are now tied. The neck opening is shown in the SE corner. It's time to fringe some more.

Both seams are now tied. The neck opening is shown in the SE corner. It's time to fringe some more.

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8. As shown in the picture above, for the Northwest corner. Cut the fringe on both sides of the North and West sides / pieces.

The picture below has been finished. The neck opening is now at the top. If you are a little freaked out, you’ll be angled. The fringed seams are not located on top of your arms; one is on your back and one on your back, giving the poncho an asymmetrical look. Rearranged to show how the poncho will be worn Rearranged to be worn. Poncho except for the extra neck opening for babywearing.

9. About 6 inches below the neck of the fabric. That’s the baby’s neck opening. Like this: Cutting the neckline.

Cut a slit for the baby's neck opening.

Closeup. Also, you can see the collar folded down at this photo.

Closeup. Also, you can see the folded back down at the top of this photo.

And here is the poncho: Back carry with toddler.

Back carry with toddler. Advertisements


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