McCall’s 7020 Poncho Season

I am so in Love with Poncho’s right now. This is McCall’s 7020, super EASY to sew and it has pockets.  Who doesn’t love pockets? img_20150704_172417-1I used a Jacquard Knit fabric purchased from Michael Levine’s of Los Angeles, CA last year. I really loved this fabric and the way it drapes on the hood in the finished garment. I cut a size medium, but will make it in a small on the second one, as it fits really roomy in the medium. The instructions were simple and easy to follow. For the next Poncho I may switch to a lighter weight fabric, just to be able to wear it now. The weather here hasn’t changed to cooler temperatures, except for in the early morning hours.

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