I spotted this on a child and had to ask their mom about it. They bought theirs at https://www.littleridinghoods.com/hoods.htm. I LOVE the idea, because I’m paranoid and don’t let my kids buckle into carseats with their coats on. With a poncho, since it doesn’t have sleeves, you can buckle the child in under the poncho, and they can still keep it on and stay warm. But $80 was a little out of my range. So I crafted my own for my toddler (the picture shows my 4year-old wearing it – she was the only one available for a picture at the time). I spent $8. What a deal.
(picture on left from www.littleridinghoods.com)
Quick instructions: Cut 2 squares of material – the one for the inner lining should be about 4 inches bigger all around. I used 1/2 yard of material, but should have made it bigger. Cut 2 pieces of each material to be sewn together for a hood (check out a jacket, etc, for an idea on size and shape). Cuff inner hood around outer hood material. Sew hood to poncho. Cuff inner poncho material around the outer. Voila. It probably took about an hour. Intermediate sewing skills.
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Super cute!! What a great idea. Kara has a knitted poncho and loves it: easy on, easy off. Thanks for the fantastic idea!
Shannon Jury says
Now that is fabulous! You are amazing!
I tried to look at the sewing pattern for your poncho (littleridridinghoods.com), but I get an error message. Is there another way to get the pattern.
Thank you for your time,