Moongaze Poncho


"Have you ever made a poncho using 2 rectangles? I never had and thought I'd try something different. I chose an easy stitch pattern for you but one that will give you lots of texture. There is a schematic to show you how to attach the 2 panels together as well. Once you've sewn them together, you'll add a simple edging and have a wonderful accessory to wear out to keep you snuggly warm during your nights out."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Wow! I like the simplicity of this Moongaze Poncho. It is so unassuming. Perfect for an spinster aunt, mom or grandma.

I love easy and after reading these directions, yep! this is easy. I was in the thrift store the other day and I was able to pick up some yarn that at the time I had no idea what I would make with it. Now I have the idea set before me with this pattern. My niece is fast forward and would like this moongaze poncho.

It is really hard to believe that you can wind up with something this practical by sewing together two rectangles. I like this Moongaze Poncho and the edging applied once the two rectangles were sewn together really make this fancy. Thanks for the contribution and a free pattern.

Ponchos can be made in many different ways to achieve almost the same look. This designer chose to make this poncho out of a couple of rectangles stitched together. The look is very contemporary and up to date. Pattern sizes are given for size small up to size 5XL. The neutral color will match most outfits.

The Moongaze poncho has a wonderful texture and look to it. I always get confused when piecing them together, even when there is a diagram. This one is no exception. I don't know what to suggest to pattern designers on how to make this easier for ME to understand! It is frustrating. I think maybe I need to practice with two pieces of paper, and start folding them, see what happens. The simplicity makes it a gorgeous poncho, though! Thank you for offering this one.


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