Whimsical Waves Poncho


Whimsical Waves Poncho

Whimsical Waves Poncho
Whimsical Waves Poncho

"This poncho is airy and lacy looking worked in two separate pieces. The front triangles are worked in an easy mesh filet and the side panels are crocheted directly onto the front panels with a lacy wave stitch that is a little more complex than my usual pattern but I have provided a video tutorial for those that need some additional help with this fun stitch. I think this stitch actually looks more complex than it really is especially since it essentially just a two row repeat! As written, I would expect the poncho to fit most. However, the poncho is easily customizable just by adding or subtracting rows to the side panels. I used pretty much all of the 5 balls of yarn so if your gauge is different than mine or if you upsize the pattern at all you would need a 6th ball of yarn to complete your project. This flattering, stylish and trendy poncho will be a breezy and beautiful addition to your wardrobe!"


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 Whimsical Waves Poncho is so simple but chic. I love the color light blue, it's so unassuming and laid back. It fits mature women like mom, aunt or grandma.

What a pretty ice blue poncho, done up using this new Lion Brand "Feels Like Buttah" yarn, which I have not had the opportunity to try out for myself quite yet. Anybody else lucky enough? What did you think about it? Inquiring minds what to know. There seems to be quite a few patterns coming out of the woodwork lately, and it is only a matter of picking and choosing which project I wanna do!

OMG this is a Beautiful Whimsical Waves Poncho! I love the look of this one. So different looking from andy other poncho I have ever seen. I love it! The written pattern is well done and not hard to follow or understand. I am looking forward to buying the yarn and making this beautiful poncho. The only thing I wish is there was a chart or pictures showing how it is put together. With that being said, I have this on my must make list and hope to have it done this summer. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet poncho pattern.


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