Beauty in Bloom Poncho


Beauty in Bloom Poncho


Beauty in Bloom Poncho
Beauty in Bloom Poncho

You can make this crochet pattern using any color lace you want. Make many of them so you have options. The flowers add a nice embellishment.


Crochet Hook5 or 1.9 mm hook (steel)

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This poncho is a better alternative for a shawl. If you are wearing a spaghetti strapped gown, this is better to wear than a shawl because you have the hold the shawl all the time otherwise it will fall off your shoulder. If you don't like those flowers on the bodice, you can just remove them.

I haven't made this yet, when I tried to go to the pattern I got an error, hubby says he thinks it's a software problem on the website, I really want to make this and hope that the problem can be fixed. Thanks for your time and attention to this matter.

Hello! I'm not sure why you are having that issue, I've double checked to make sure the link is indeed leading to the pattern. Please let me know if you are still having trouble accessing the pattern and I can assist you further.

Kind of a capelet, don't you think? I can see how much everyone loves this poncho! It is quite the beautiful design. Most of it is worked with an open "mesh" pattern. The blooms are a necessary addition to add that interest up at the neckline. I think it would be so pretty with blooms of a different color, as well.

By definition this is a poncho but it sure looks different from what you vision when you say poncho. The designer really went out in left field with this design. No matter what color you elect to crochet this beauty in bloom poncho it will easily become a go to piece in your wardrobe.

I am literally speechless. This is one of those pieces that could easily become a staple in your wardrobe. The flowers can be a different color than the body adding whimsy or it could be crocheted in a single color to lend itself to being classy. Crocheted in thread is a plus for me to.

Picture this in black worn over a white dress or blouse. Wow! Or even a red top. It would make that design really stand out. And it's an easy pattern to follow. I am doing it to wear to the black and white gala over a white top. Thank you for this .

One word came out of my mouth when I opened this - Wow! This Beauty in Bloom Poncho has been appropriately labeled because it is in indeed a beauty in full bloom. The size of the poncho is just perfect which makes it very elegant and stylish. Any fashionista would love to have this in her wardrobe. the flowers lined on the bodice give the drama and the sabrina collar is so beautiful, the size of the sleeves is perfect. What else can I say. This will be ahead in my list. Can't wait to show this to my daughter.

This poncho looks a bit intimidating in terms of its construction, but the end result is simply beautiful! I love the delicate flowers.

In black, this top has a very sexy look. In white or a color, it is more of a pretty, dainty look. Personally, I like the black best! It would be cute a little longer as well. To print the instructions, I prefer to copy the text and paste it into a Word document.

This piece has everything I love in a shirt- lace, flowers and black. I can totally see this being dress up or dressed down. I would probably make my a little oversized so it cover my front more and style it with a blank tank top.

What a beauty! So feminine, light and effective. And the version with a different color of the flowers... Really, really nice. My sister is a fan of ponchos, having a birthday in 14 days. I hope I will manage to do it and because I know her... I will be crocheting other color versions for the next two or three months. LOL.

This beautifully decorative poncho is so perfect for me that I just have to start crocheting it RIGHT NOW! I will be making it in several different colors too because I keep thinking of more outfits that I could wear one with and I know at least 2 of my friends will be wanting them too so it would seem that I am going to be quite busy for a while! Thank you so much for this free pattern, it is gorgeous!

This a very dressy poncho, I will probably make it in white with the flowers being a pale pink, so I can wear it to church.

Thanks for sharing this gorgeous pattern - starting it tonight! To print, I copied and pasted into a Word doc. The ads stayed behind...

Cannot print the pattern or save it as a PDF. All you get are ads and the first few characters of each line of pattern instructions. Terrible web page design!

What's with the ads obscuring part of the pattern?? Really irritating, and impossible to finish project.

I could not print this pattern as only ads printed so where is my problem? Thanks

Very pretty! Saving this for my spring project! Thank you for sharing!


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