YARN: 3 skeins (4 oz, 395 yards each) Expression Fiber Arts Luster Superwash Merino Tencel Sport yarn. Shown in colorway: Boston at Night. If that colorway isn't available, any shade from this category will work. Fingering weight would make a great option too.
SIZE: 17 inches wide and 62 inches long before joining.
HOOK: US Size H (5.00 mm)
Notes From the Designer:
•Poncho is worked flat from bottom up as one piece and then seamed together at shoulder.
•Pattern includes chart for center stitch pattern.
•Uses 3 skeins of Expression Fiber Arts Luster Tencel Sport yarn and a size H/8 (5.0mm) crochet hook.
•Quick and simple pattern that is perfect for beginners wanting to expand their crochet and chart reading skills.
•Boho style and light weight make it a perfect accessory for cooler nights.
I am fascinated with the popular boho ponchos that contain simple styling with just one shoulder seam and are easy to wear in multiple ways. The rectangular shape worked lengthwise makes it a quick project to crochet and wear on those evenings when the air is cooler.
My inspiration for the design is the Gulf Coast with its astonishing diversity of wildlife, amazing array of plant life, beautiful white beaches, and clear water. Up until just a few years ago, I had never seen the ocean. Once I was able to see the ocean and actually put my feet in the water, I fell in love. There is a certain sense of peace you get when watching the waves roll in and feeling the soft breeze on your face coming from the water. The shell pattern that I used as the main focal point of this design resembles the rolling waves.
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This is really nice once it is all put together and I chose a color combo that goes super well with denim (which I live in). I live in the Puget Sound so we tend to layer around here, and this is perfect for that type of weather. It is a simple pattern and took no time to put together. Love it!
I made 3 of us these for each of my young adult daughters. They can't wear wool so I substituted Scheepjes Washed. These look great with jeans or are nice enough for a chilly office. The assymetrical shape makes poncho look more up to date.
This is my first big pattern to follow, and I found it very well written and easy to do. I completed my poncho and it’s blocking now. I can’t wait to wear it!
Beautiful pattern, very well written. Will be starting this as soon as I finish a sweater I am working on
Very pretty! Will be a pleasure to work this pattern up, maybe a couple in different colors as Christmas is just around the corner. Thank you for sharing!
I am so excited to make this pattern up. It seems to cover up so perfectly.
This is going to be such fun to make. I am excited!!!
Such a beautiful and relaxing design. I am looking forward to making this!
This looks like such a relaxing and fun pattern. It will be fun to wear with the way it is angled in design.
Looking forward to making this poncho. Was on the lookout for a poncho which did not have a V in front. This pattern is lacy and beautiful.
Anxious to get started on this patter. Thank you for your patterns.
I have this in my to do queue and can't wait to crochet it in a pretty hand dyed yarn!