Rigid-heddle Play the Angles Poncho

Deborah Jarchow placed two strips of plain-weave fabric on the diagonal to construct her clever and playful Play the Angles Poncho with the fold-down collar. You don’t need a big loom for this project; the two strips can be woven on a 12” rigid-heddle loom. —Susan

Angles Poncho

Structure: Plain weave.

Equipment: Rigid-heddle loom, 12″ weaving width; 10-dent heddle; 1 shuttle.

Yarns: 365 Cotone (88% cotton/12% polyamide; 153 yd/1.75 oz, 1,371 yd/lb; Lana Grossa Yarns; Trendsetter Yarns).

Other supplies: Tapestry needle; sewing needle and thread.

Sett: 10 epi

WARP 1:

Woven length (measured under tension on the loom): 127″ (150″).

Finished size after washing: one piece 10¼” x 52″ (10¼” x 58″); two pieces 10¼” x 28″ (10¼” x 34″).

WARP 2:

Woven length (measured under tension on the loom): 61″ (71″).

Finished size after washing: one piece 6″ x 52″ (8″ x 58″).

Featured Image: Deb Jarchow seamed together narrow strips of rigid-heddle loom woven fabric to create her creative poncho.


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