Ridiculously Easy Poncho Pattern


Ridiculously Easy Poncho Pattern

Ridiculously Easy Poncho Pattern
Ridiculously Easy Poncho Pattern

If you can work a simple double crochet stitch, you can work up this Ridiculously Easy Poncho Pattern. Worked up using one crochet stitch, this crochet poncho can be made as big or as small as you want - you have much freedom from the starting chain to the width of the poncho. This poncho features two little toggles to keep it closed around your body - you can easily modify the design to add different buttons or even no buttons! Use any type of worsted weight yarn (or bulky, if you're a cold person) to make this, and you'll be all set!


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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This asymmetrical poncho design is also cute. If the wearer carries this well, then it will be a fashion statement. I just don't like those buttons. If I were to make this, I will leave it simple without those accessories.

For the title alone I had to click to see this pattern. The skill level is showing as easy so that was a plus and then when I read over the directions; I knew this was a project that had to move to the top of the crochet list. My family members have come to expect homemade gifts and I have spoiled them to expect extravagant. This pattern will fool them all.

What really took this ridiculously easy poncho over the top are the buttons. Every once in a while I like to get a project started and finished quickly just to fill accomplished. I like the idea of doubling or tripling the yarn to work the project faster.

I too love this poncho wrap pattern. I have a couple of questions. First, where and how do we sew the shoulder seams together? I mean, I know how to sew, but how do we configure this TO BE sewn together? Second, why do we need the addition of toggles if the thing is already sewn together and we are throwing it on over the head anyway? It is really the perfect look for those skinny jeans and leather boots, as the blogger states. This is an all purpose pattern that will look different depending on what color and type of yarn you choose!

Great pattern and I really love the look of those leather toggle buttons. I hope I can find some similar for mine when I can finish it. Love these patterns that dont stick with a rigid pattern, this allows you to easily customize the project for yourself. I like to be able to experiment with different yarn textures too. Thanks for the pattern.

I just LOVE this! Nice and simple but the detailing definitely takes it to the next level. The color is lovely too so this is yet another pattern that has been added to my ever growing Things to Crochet list for 2017 and now, having read the comments under the actual pattern, I now know what size hook and weight yarn to use. If my finished poncho looks beautiful enough I might be brave enough to post a photo here lol

I keep coming back to this poncho pattern for myself. I have been looking for a poncho to wear on car journeys. My hubby gets sleepy if the heating is on in the car so I sit shivering in silence - apart from noise of teeth! This pattern looks easy to make and would take no time. Would you try it in different stitches or like me love it as it is?

I agree the poncho is gorgeous! And I think it is the ideal pattern for beginners because they can "grow" with it. Once they're used to the basic pattern, they can start adding more "complex" effects like stripes or more advanced stitches. I was thinking it would look fabulous in an houndstooth?

This poncho is so gorgeous! The neutral color makes it the perfect piece to carry around and easily throw on when you get cold. I love the toggle buttons.


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