Fine Celebration Poncho

Fine Celebration Poncho

Fine Celebration Poncho
Fine Celebration Poncho

"This is such a popular silhouette and for good reason! The peekaboo crochet poncho is figure flattering, can be worn in a variety of ways, and for a variety of occasions. Dress it up for a night on the town with a monochromatic silhouette of strappy tank and slim pants or take it to the beach for the cutest coverup under the sun! This stunner is worked identically on both sides. Each side starts with a large triangle to which two smaller triangles are added at either side to form a rectangle. Wear it front to back, side to side, belted, or with ties laced up the sides for kimono sleeves (this option can be side to side or front to back as well). The possibilities are endless! Watch the styling video embedded in the free pattern page! Scroll to the bottom of the free pattern page to download a PDF for saving to your devices."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge11 dcs and 15 rows = 4” after blocking

Finished SizeFinished size: Width of front at lower edge: approx 31” Length from center back neck: approx 20”

Materials List

  • (2) balls Be So Fine Yarn, shown in Sangria color
  • E/4 (3.5mm) crochet hook

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Honestly, when I think of poncho I think of something to be worn when the weather is on the cool or cold side. This is not one of those ponchos. I love this poncho.

What a beautiful summer poncho! I went straight away to make an order the the materials to make this. I have never heard of this yarn. Even though it was on the pricey side I still placed an order and can not wait for it to arrive. Thanks for the free pattern.

How beautiful is this piece?! Save up your pennies for this one. The Be So Fine yarn will cost you about $30 a pop, and you'll need two of them to complete this project. That being said, one cannot put a price tag on fabulous art! This poncho is amazing. Can you give us a yarn alternative for those of us who are more budget oriented?

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