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Crochet Granny Squares Kid’s Poncho and Hat

This project had its beginning because of a few left-over granny squares. When I saw them I immediately thought about making granny squares hat for my daughter; I came across one somewhere on Pinterest and it stuck in my head since.

So, as soon as I dug out those left-over squares from a box with unfinished crochet project I knew what I’m going to do.

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Then out of nowhere I came up with the idea of making her a matching poncho. The work was terribly slow and frustrating because I had made the poncho way too big for her and had to unravel part of it at some point. That had made to put this project aside for a week or so.

 

btw,

we do have a matching blanket as well. I made the blanket when I was pregnant with her. It has served her pretty well.

 

HIT THE “PUBLISH” BUTTON by an accident… 

Will add the pattern soon!!! (although, you can make it with any granny squares)

 

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11 thoughts on “Crochet Granny Squares Kid’s Poncho and Hat”

  1. This is so cute! Another example of your talent! I love my lens bug by the way. It is so cute. Did a blog p0st on it too, and hope that you saw it. You could sell a million of those

  2. Adorable!🙂 I used to crochet a lot, but haven’t in a while. I have a pattern for an afghan that is made from a bunch of crocheted flowers. I have a bag full of flowers but haven’t finished it yet. I think I started it 13 years ago! Oops! Well someday it’ll get finished!🙂 You daughter is so cute!
    ~Jen

  3. I love the first image and the one over her eyes. And of course I love the colors. And the fact that you can crochet, and that sometimes you hit the publish button before you are ready. (Sometimes I go back in and change the time of my post so it becomes invisible until I am ready- but maybe you can only do that in blogger.). Spring time is finally here- so my blogging may get all blogged up. stay well! xoxo

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