A really warm poncho to wear all winter however cold it gets.
It would work marvelously over Craquante meaning it can be worn for longer ;-)
A big collar decorates the front.
A big hood, just how I like them, to not take things too seriously and to cope with drizzly winter days.
A 'pois plume' enjoys twirling on the end of the hood!
Follet is edged with contrasting bias binding to bring out the corners.
It is worn here over a really simple little skirt (an elasticated rectangle).
It is made up of two layers of wool to be really cosy.
The front opening is closed with 3 buttons.
Fabrics used for this example:
Bias binding and floral cotton, Lecien froufrou japonais grège: T&N Fabrics
Burgundy wool: L'ouvrage des dames
Red fleece: de fil en objet
Pois Plume: Les Pois Plumes
Fabrics (width 140cm)
Fabric 1 (Collar, hood lining):
Fabric 2 (top layer):
Fabric 3 (under layer, hood):
Wool, fleece: 130(140)150(180)200cm
Bias binding: (580)660(760)860(930)cm
5 Buttons, Ribbon for the loops