Poncho Atitlán

IMG_8668A Guatemalan scarf found it’s way from the thrift to my sewing room via my daughter, who has an artistic eye and great fashion sense. We decided to make a simple pullover poncho, that would show off the traditional woven border on this light grey cotton blend fabric.IMG_8695She also had some thrifted trim that we used around the neck and the bottom edge. It was a quick and easy sew, and the finished garment is simple in design. All we did was cut out a section in the middle, so that the length was right, sew the shoulder/sleeve seam, sew up the sides, and cut a neckline.

IMG_8686Ponchos are very trendy right now. I have another version that is almost finished, and was cut following a pattern. I’m anxious to see if it has a more flattering silhouette.  This one just does its own thing! What do you think? Do you like ponchos?

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Thanks for looking and Happy Sewing!

 

 

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8 Responses to Poncho Atitlán

  1. Amanda says:

    I love ponchos! Don’t have one though!

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  2. prttynpnk says:

    I love it! Such a fun pop piece.

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  3. Karon Scott says:

    Fantastic remake and the trim is perfect. What a great addition to a wardrobe.

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  4. You look adorable! I love the braids, too!

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  5. Rebecca says:

    Love the poncho! Really fabulous fabric, great refashion!

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  6. Beautiful fabric, you’ve made the best of it with that poncho. And lovely hairstyling, very pretty and fun.

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  7. Love it! that’s a great remake of the scarf, very fortunate that it was the right sort of size and the trim on it is amazing! I really like the warmth of your pictures

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