Featherlight Crochet Poncho

Featherlight Crochet Poncho

Change up your fall wardrobe and create your own Featherlight Crochet Poncho. This easy crochet poncho is the perfect addition to your closet - you can wear it when the weather gets chilly or if you plan to spend time in an air-conditioned space. This easy crochet pattern is simple enough for beginners but still so fun to make. Give one to your most-fashionable friend - this poncho can be a unique and unexpected gift.
 

Featherlight Poncho
 

Instructions for Featherlight Poncho:

This isn’t your grandma’s poncho! Crochet your own light and airy accessory – it’s so easy. Throw one on before you head out the door – it’s appropriate for the office but fun enough to wear around town.

Materials:

  • LION BRAND® IMAGINE® (Art. #515)
    • #310 Blueberry Hill 1 hank (A)
    • #315 Black Ice 1 hank (B) or colors of your choice
  • LION BRAND® BONBONS (Art. #601)
    • #650 Party 1 pack (C) or color of your choice
  • LION BRAND® crochet hook size G-6 (4.25 mm)
  • LION BRAND® stitch markers
  • LION BRAND® large-eyed blunt needle

Additional Materials: Sewing needle and thread to match yarn

Skill Level: Easy

Size: About 28 in. (71 cm) wide and 45 in. (114 cm) long Note:

Poncho is made in one piece beg at one lower edge.

Colors for C yarns:

  • Teal (D)
  • Taupe (E)

Abbreviations:

ch = chain
rep = repeat
sc = single crochet
sl st = slip stitch

Instructions:

PONCHO

  • Unwind each hank of yarn and fold in half twice to divide into 4 even lengths of each color. Cut along folds.
     
  • Secure both ends of each length, as follows: turn under cut end twice and using sewing needle and matching thread, sew ends in place to create a finished edge.
     
  • Joining Row 1: Holding one A length above one B length, join D with a sl st in upper right corner of A length, ch 1, sl st in lower right corner of B length, *ch 1, sl st in A length about 1/2 in. (1.5 cm) from previous sl st, ch 1, sl st in B length about 1/2 in. (1.5 cm) from previous sl st; rep from * across. Fasten off.
     
  • Next Joining Row: With a second A length above the previously joined B length, join E with a sl st in upper right corner of B length, ch 1, sl st in lower right corner of second A length, rep Joining Row 1 across.
     
  • With D, rep Joining Row 1 to join a second B length above the second A length. Mark upper edge of second B length for neck opening as follows: fold assembled panel in half and place a st marker 5 1/2 in. (14 cm) from fold on either side.


Neck Opening:

  • With a third A strip length above just joined B length, join E with a sl st in upper right hand corner of second B length and work Joining Row 1 to first marker, then work (sc, ch 1) evenly spaced across B edge to next marker, then continue joining to end. Rejoin E at corner of neck opening and work (sc, ch 1) evenly spaced across opposite side of neck.
     
  • Continue to join lengths, alternating A and B strips and D and E joining colors.


FINISHING

  • With D and working across short edges of A lengths, (ch 1, sc) evenly spaced across (about 8 sc along short edge of each length).
     
  • Rep with E across short edges of B lengths.
     
  • Weave in ends.


Every effort has been made to produce accurate and complete instructions. We cannot be responsible for variance of individual knitters or crocheters, human error, or typographical mistakes.

View the full project in our eBook, "17 Easy Crafts With Yarn: Make Accessories, Decor and More with Lion Brand Imagine Yarn"!

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I can't find the pattern.

@tbcjrc3 6569089 The link above takes you to a free eBook. From there, you can download the eBook and that pattern is located there. If you do not want the full eBook, just download it, print out the correct pages, and you should be good to go. Hope that helps! -Kaylee, Editor of FaveCrafts.com

This link does not take you to the pattern - it takes to you a list of pattern books you can purchase!!

@mzouiser 8190215 The link above takes you to a free eBook that you can download. The pattern for this project is in there. Hope that helps! -Kaylee, Editor of FaveCrafts.com

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