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Light & Lacy Poncho
From the Blogger: “If you want a lightweight garment that is airy and soft, yet can keep you warm during a sudden Autumn breeze, then this is for you! The simple construction uses two rectangular panels that are stitched together. The stitches are easy and work in a four row repeat that you can quickly memorize! This example is crocheted using Bernat Softee Baby yarn to keep it lightweight, but any light weight yarn will work. The buttons along the sides are optional. You don't have to work any button holes since the lacy pattern provides the perfect sized spaces.”
Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook
Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)
Crochet Gauge14 dc and 9 rows of pattern (dc row to dc row) in a 4” (10cm) square
Finished Size37” width x 24” height; Inside circumference is approximately 68”; Neck opening is approximately 13” across
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Nov 19, 2018
I like ponchos over wraps because I do not have to keep adjusting it when I wear it. This light and lazy poncho includes buttons with is a pretty detail for the item. If you are not really looking you would not notice the buttons. For a pop of color I would probably use a different color button to draw attention to them. This is a great easy project that will be a favorite in your fall / winter wardrobe.
Jun 29, 2018
Im in love with this poncho pattern. That is because it is made out of baby weight yarn. Every time I go to Michael's or JoAnn's I look and feel the baby yarn wanting to make something for myself but not knowing what other than a lap blanket. Now I have my pattern. Thank you for providing this free pattern.
Oct 15, 2017
The small picture above really does not do this beautiful poncho justice. The color yarn used is marled gray, but it look like a weird white color to me. How stunning is this if it were done up in a deep red color?! Talk about making a statement when you walk into a room! Looking over the pattern, it is easy enough for a beginner to take on, although it will probably take you a little while to work up...seasoned pros could have this done in a week. It uses double crochets for the clusters combined with singles and chains. Wear this over leggings and a long sleeve tee!
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