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Queen Elizabeth Poncho

Queen Elizabeth Poncho
Queen Elizabeth Poncho
This image courtesy of mooglyblog.com

This crochet poncho pattern was made for a queen. Worked up in a royal red yarn, this poncho is sure to make anyone look like they belong atop a throne. Crocheted with an asymmetrical hem, the Queen Elizabeth Poncho is designed to flatter any body type. Consider wearing the finished project with boots and jeans for a comfy, casual look. This would be a great piece to wear for extra warmth on the way to a formal event, as well.

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Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

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

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This is not your typical poncho. I love the extended length and the asymmetrical hem that has been incorporated. The regal red is stunning but I would love to have it in a rich purple. I collar closure is also very appealing.

On the original post it is marketed as a "fairy tale" item. Either way, I love it. I really love the length as I enjoy coverage. This poncho is made with four pieces per the pictures in the directions. I really think this would be a great piece to own.

This does not remind me of the queen really. I get more of a Sex in the City vibe. I can just see one of those gals throwing it on taking down the street in their heels. I have to have it. I am digging for the needle tobatartbit now! It looks like a very well-written pattern.

Not sure about the Queen Elizabeth look, but this poncho sure has a fairytale look especially a Little Red Riding Hood look. If it only had a hood, it would make a perfect costume accessory. The asymmetrical hem and that beautiful button make this a very unique piece to wear for many years.

I've never made a poncho before but here I come! I am super impressed with this Moogly website...the teacher in this artist truly comes out! That shows in the diagrams she uses. Good teachers use all the senses. I love how it pins closed at the bust...another way you can truly make it yours. I can see as others have said that you can dress this up or down. Now color and yarn choices!

Wow this is totally awesome and I love the red. The first thing that popped into my mind when I saw this was not Queen Elizabeth but it was little red riding hood. This poncho definitely needs a hood. This would look awesome with either a dress or a sexy pair of tight jeans. What a great pattern.

What a lovely poncho! And I read thru the directions and it's very easy. The instructions are plain and very well written. I love that it's longer in back than in front. It can cover a multitude of sins. No buttons or zippers to mess with and you look so classy in this! Thank you.

Can't wait to make this!!

I really like the name of the poncho because it is classy looking. It looks like a cape. I would not think that yarn would drape like that but clearly I am wrong. The poncho would even look good in the office. I can't wait to make it and wear it in the office. That air conditioning can get cold! Thank you.

Oh wow, this is a beautiful poncho! This Queen Elizabeth Poncho is made with 4 squares put together for a nice long poncho. The written pattern is easy to understand and sounds like it will come out great. I love the idea of a longer, warmer poncho! I so have to make this one that will be great for fall. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

Oh my, I really ought to stop looking at the poncho patterns because I want to have them all and this Queen Elizabeth poncho is no exception! In fact I have already ordered the yarn online as Lion Brand Heartland is not available here in South Africa. I have chosen a different color to the red shown in the pattern and if I am able to crochet it as beautifully as the pattern pic I will post a photo here soon . lol!

A poncho fit for a queen as the name suggests. It is so beautiful in red. I can imagine this design done in yellow or black. Here's the link to the pattern http//www.mooglyblog.com/fairy-tale-poncho/

I love ponchos, but I've never owned one. I should probably make this and start rocking them.

it is nice look epic journey to start making it.

This is a nice poncho/cape pattern. I must say that the thought of QEII sporting this poncho, or any poncho for that matter, even if done in a tweed, is hilarious!

BEAUTIFULL

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