Berula is worked as a flat rectangle and after blocking one seem is sewn and voila! you have a beautiful, lacy, drapey poncho. The stitch pattern is easy to get the hang of and I found i memorised it very quickly. I loved crocheting this and I was sad when I finished. I was tempted to make it longer, just so I could carry on. I found the crochet pattern very relaxing to work.
I used Debbie Bliss Rialto 4ply, which is a pure merino wool, for this design and the Rialto makes it warm but also very lightweight. I wish I had time to make one for myself.
Kat did the photography for this collection. And if you recognise her lovely model, it's because she modelled for some of my recent patterns too (and Kat did the photography).
Take a look at the collection here and Berula can be purchases here or on Ravelry. If you love crochet please support this beautiful collection. At the moment I'm working on my submission for the second Crochet Project issue.