Perfect Poncho Using Caron Cakes Yarn

This Poncho is hand made and created with a very soft quality yarn called Caron Cakes Yarn in the color Buttercream. The yarn is a wool blend, 80% Acrylic and 20% Wool, that is extremely soft and luxurious.  It was crocheted by Leah Gagum and the written pattern was created by Marly Bird, National Spokesperson for Red Heart Yarns.

The Poncho was constructed during a Crochet along sponsored event by Red Heart. You can make your own Poncho by checking out Marly at She has YouTube videos, graph charts and complete written instructions on how to create this fabulous Poncho. I love my Poncho and I get tons of compliments every time I wear it.

This would make a wonderful Christmas gift and can be created in Adult sizes S-3X. If you don’t wont to crochet your own, shoot me an email at and I will be happy to give you pricing and a turn around time frame of when I can create one just for you.


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10 thoughts on “Perfect Poncho Using Caron Cakes Yarn

    • Hi Letha,
      Did you get to make your Poncho? Sorry for taking so long to reply. I would love to see your Poncho.
      If I can help in any way let me know I am happy to help.
      Thanks for visiting Leah’s Cards & Crafts have a blessed day.

  1. Hi Leah, love your poncho! I was wondering if you made any modifications to Marly’s pattern since you used caron cakes instead of the unforgettable yarn. Tia

    • Hi Tia,
      Yes I did make some modifications to adjust the size. I wanted mine to reach my wrist and hang longer then the pattern called for. I’ve made a couple of different sizes and used other yarns and each time it comes out great.

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