Twilight Reverie Crochet Poncho


Twilight Reverie Crochet Poncho

Twilight Reverie Crochet Poncho
Twilight Reverie Crochet Poncho

"This lacy capelet, made mostly with lover’s knots, is just the right weight to warm bare shoulders on a breezy spring or summer evening. It can be worn with the opening in front, or over one shoulder. The soft, bulky, Red Heart Boutique Infinity and Twilight yarns work up quickly and add a little hint of metallic sparkle. This is a more advanced pattern, including shaping in the lover’s knots section. The pattern includes a link to a tutorial for lover’s knots, as well as photos illustrating the decreases."


Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge8 sc x 8 rows = 4? in Twilight. Exact gauge is not critical for this project, but try to get fairly close.

Finished SizeAdult – one size fits most

Materials List

  • Red Heart Boutique Twilight in Romantic – Jumbo weight #7
  • Red Heart Boutique Infinity in Enchanted – Bulky weight #5
  • Size M/N (9 mm) hook or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Yarn or tapestry needle
  • 2 locking stitch markers (optional)
  • 1.5 inch button or toggle

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OMG! I really like this. This is the first crochet project that I have run across with this special crochet stitch, Solomons Knot / Lovers Knot. The designer was gracious enough to enclose a link to a tutorial for said stitch. This is the perfect Spring/Summer caplet that can be worn when needed.

Look at the collar on this caplet. This is a really sharp project. Depending on the color you choose to crochet it with this can be an elegant piece or something for everyday use in the warmer months. This says advance but the designer attached video tutorials so that is always a plus.

I think this is meant to be more of an accessory fashion piece to add over your pretty blouse at work, or perhaps over a cocktail dress slash evening wear. I would not think it is for coverage or warmth. That's okay with me, though! It is oh, so pretty. She's done a great job with the pattern.

This is really pretty. The super bulky yarn and open lace pattern would make this a quick project to work up, maybe as a last minute gift for someone your list. I don't know how warm it would be on a very cold day, but it could be worn under a coat and would definitely be perfect for fall and warmer winter days.

This is a really cool design, but it doesn't seem very warm! I could see someone wearing this in the summer, though, when they want a little extra coverage but don't want to be sweating. Very cool.


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