Bea Crochet Poncho


Bea Crochet Poncho


Bea Crochet Poncho
Bea Crochet Poncho

"This Bea Poncho is an easy and free crochet pattern with photo tutorial in each step. This poncho can be a great skirt for you to cool off during summer too."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge4" square = 12 sts X 6 rows of DC's

Finished SizeLaying flat the neck opening width - 15" and height 14"

Materials List

  • Red Heart Super Saver, Burgundy, 520 yards

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This Bea crochet poncho is really cute. The design is a little open weave so it can be used through the warmer months. The designer is stating it can be used as a skirt so I know it is for the younger person because I would really consider it when worn as a skirt as a mini. Cool beach cover up.

When I think of a poncho I guess I am looking for it to be much longer. This reminds me more of a caplet instead. At any rate, this is really cute but I think it would be more suitable to the younger set.

A pretty poncho that to me is more like a capelet. Don't capelets usually fall to just over the upper arm? Personally, I think I would use at least the Red Heart Soft for this one instead of the Red Heart Super Saver yarn. Too scratchy for a wearable unless it is a hat!

The instructions for this crochet poncho contain step-by-step photo tutorial instructions that make this a very easy to follow along with pattern. The pattern given is for a size small, but each size enlargement is a multiple of 12 so just add 12 additional stitches when you begin for each larger size you need.

Wow. This Bea Crochet Poncho may not be so much appreciated when you live in a cold country but where I am, this will make you very stylish and chic. This poncho is I think what my daughter wants because this suits the weather where we are right now. It has an open collar, it's short and airy. I will use a lighter yarn, probably a more airy pattern, and make it a bit longer to make it more stylish. Perfect. Can't wait to start it.

I am in love with this pattern! It's a very quick to make poncho. I believe it would work beautifully for the Spring when it might still be a bit cool in the daytime or Autumn when it starts to get cooler at night. It would look great crocheted in some sparkly yarn for a night out, too!

The bold red color of this poncho is so beautiful. The short length makes it a great pattern to throw on over a sundress!


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