This poncho pattern is great for beginners as there is no edging at the neck or bottom. I love the simplicity of the finish. Adding the fringe is also optional, but I just love fringes. Ponchos are so on trend right now. You can make the Herringbone Poncho with your choice of worsted weight yarn, either acrylic, wool or cotton, just look for the number (4) on the yarn label. This poncho is perfect for any season as it is meant for layering and creating your own look. To wear it in summer just pop it on over a t shirt, and in winter add it over a warm sweater for extra coziness.
The Roll Neck Sweater is detail oriented and sophisticated, just like you. It's got an extra tall ribbed turtleneck designed to be folded down for style. The sweater also uses detailed ribbing throughout various sections of the sweater and a stylish raglan sleeve. This sweater is the perfect elegant piece to wear to a family Christmas party, or for a walk in the autumnal breeze. For extra warmth, it's made using the Cascade 220 yarn. This is a 100% wool yarn that is all natural and can endure the colder temps of the season.
The name says it all! Learn how to crochet a poncho FAST using super bulky weight yarn and gorgeous, easy-to-crochet stitches that work up in a jiffy.
From the Designer: I don't know about you but I may be, what you'd call, garment avoidant. Don't get me wrong, I love garments... I love sweaters, wraps, cardigans, kimonos... all of them. And I especially like ponchos. However, I almost never make them because they take FOREVER to finish... and being a plus sized girl, I can never be sure they're going to fit right. That's why I designed this fastest and easiest crochet poncho pattern ever.
This pattern works up in a matter of hours and can be easily adjusted for petite or plus sized needs. And, while I don't usually recommend that crochet sellers make garments (because they're just not cost effective), this design just might be the perfect addition to your craft fair inventory.
Super bulky, soft, and super-duper cozy, this poncho is the perfect pattern to whip up as a quick gift or something special just for you to wear everywhere.... introducing, the Everywhere Poncho.
Are you ready to make your own?
Difficulty Level: Easy
Crochet Hook: P/16 or 11.5 mm hook
Yarn Weight: (6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)
Crochet Gauge: Mid-shell to mid-shell X 3.5 rows = 4 square
Finished Size: One size fits most.
460 yards of super bulky (6) weight yarn. I used Lion Brand Hometown USA (4 oz (113 g) , 64 yds (59 m), 100% acrylic) in the Little Rock Granite colorway.
Crochet hook US size P (11.50 mm)
Everyone will enjoy having this poncho as the perfect layer of warmth and style. This poncho looks so great in a standard neutral that can go with anything in your closet. The Perfectly Cowl Neck Poncho Free Crochet Pattern is a one-size-fits-all design that features a turtleneck for warmth and maximum coziness. It has gorgeous shell motifs. It is worked up using basic single and double crochet stitches. This poncho is worked in one piece with no seaming. You will start with the front panel of the poncho. Once you are finished with that you will start again in your starting chain to create the back panel. The slightly oversize covers your arms. The one size fit makes it easy to crochet for gifting. Thanks Kristin Omdahl for sharing this beautiful free pattern. Happy crocheting.
This is the Heart's Desire Sweater and it is just waiting for you to make it yours! There's so many different ways to create the striping on this sweater, it truly is up to your heart's desire! The pattern is SIZE INCLUSIVE, with directions for sizes S - 5XL; bust measurements of 32" - 63". So there should be a size for you! The sweater is meant to be worn with 13"-16" of positive ease. But, you can always make a size down if you'd like a more form fitting sweater, or a size up if you want to go for that extra oversized fit. The sweater is created using DK weight 3 yarn and a 4mm hook. I found this yarn and hook combo the best for creating a nice oversized pull-over with out having too much bulk or weight.
Give the gift of warmth with the Librarian's Favorite Three Season Sweater. It's light enough to be worn in spring or fall, but can also be warm enough for winter. It would be perfect for teachers and librarians to wear all throughout the school year because it fits just right and would be comfy for sitting or standing during the school day. Not only is the zig zag pattern very flattering, but the neckline also sits at just the right spot to be appropriate for any occasion. Try out this perfect three season sweater crochet pattern for a new piece of clothing to add to your closet.