This two-color brioche poncho begins with a long turtleneck. An increase and decrease form a biased section that folds down for a stylish asymmetrical detail. Three increase locations flare the yoke outward until the poncho reaches your desired size.
How to make tiny pom poms with a fork. Wrap yarn around fork until fat, then cut. Take a small piece of yarn and tie entire bunch together so that the knot fits through the prongs of the fork. Take off of fork and cut all the loops.