Free Shipping on domestic (US) orders over $60


toddler standing in front of a train wearing a light blue and orange poncho
toddler sitting on a tree log wearing a black hat and a poncho with colors and a white pattern
Little girl wearing a rainbow color poncho grabbing a pinecone
toddler sitting down wearing a light blue poncho with the hood on
baby standing with the arms out wearing a fall color poncho
baby wearing a poncho with the hood on in a firld of flowers with the sun setting
toddler sitting down with plants in the background and wearing a blue and white poncho with hood on
baby wearing a poncho with the hood on next to a husky puppy
baby sitting down on the grass with dry leaves wearing a poncho color put and white  and looking to the side
toddler wearing a colorful poncho looking at the. camera with a house in the background
toddler running wearing a gray and blue poncho and a white beanie
toddler sitting on top of a lounge chair in a garden wearing a lilac and white poncho and blue pants
baby smiling wearing a brown and white poncho
toddler with a closet behind her facing the camera with a poncho with colors and a hood with fur



Little Ponchos are made in Ecuador with 100% acrylic


Machine or hand wash cold and lay flat to dry 


All ponchos are one-size-fits-all from infant to 2+ (Summer Rainbow, Cruz Cielo, Earth Sky, Earth Arrows, Stars, Rainbows and Canvas Dream ponchos also now come in 3-4T size)


Hi! My name is Julia, and I am the creator of The Little Poncho. I was born in and grew up in South America. I now live in Austin, Texas, and have two beautiful and very active little ones.
The Little Poncho was born out of a thoughtful gift from family. While traveling in Ecuador, my sister purchased an adorable little poncho for my son. It reminded me of my childhood and I absolutely loved it. So soft and cozy!
We initially used the poncho as a blanket for my infant son in his stroller. If he fell asleep, it was so easy to pull off – no sleeves! As he grew, he started to wear the poncho for outings and it quickly became a go-to extra layer. After my son learned to walk, he continued to wear the poncho to the park, to the playground, for a scooter ride, and – anywhere and everywhere! We always got so many compliments (it looks so cute on). When it got dirty (and it did get dirty), I simply threw it in the washing machine. Needless to say, my son and I both love his poncho, and I wanted to bring the beauty and ease of the poncho to children everywhere!
On my search for a ponchos, I met Rey. For generations, his father's family has worked with traditional wooden looms creating textiles for sweaters, tablecloths, ponchos and more. He now owns and operates a facility in Peguche, Ecuador where 30 local artisans and makers work together to produce high-quality, beautiful handicrafts.
I hope you enjoy your little poncho as much as we love ours!