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Winsome Poncho – Free Crochet Pattern

 

 

This free crochet pattern teaches you how to make this very lovely stitch as well as how to make this poncho for any size.

 

You can find more things like this under the category Ponchos & Shawls

 

Other patterns that use this stitch are:

Winsome Scarf

 

Winsome Poncho – Free Crochet Pattern

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Winsome Poncho web

Winsome Poncho 22

 

 

For this project you’ll need:

HOOK: 5 mm hook or size H hook for the US and a 6 mm hook or size J hook for the US

YARN: Worsted weight yarn, 4 ply US, 10 ply AU

Skein size and amount I used.

100 grams / 3.5. oz

240 meters / 262 yards

 

For Child size or smaller, you will need only 3 skeins total, 1 skein of each color.

Any larger sizes get 2 skeins of each color

 

ch = Chain

sl st = Slip Stitch

st = Stitch

sc = Single Crochet

dc = Double Crochet

YO = Yarn over

* = Repeat what is in between the stars for the rest of the row

 

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This stitch is done in multiples of 7 + 2

 

To Start:

Using your 6mm \ J hook

The size you are aiming for is equal points from shoulder to how far down you want your point to be when worn.

 

Winsome Poncho 13

 

Measure front to back and write down the length so that you don’t forget it. Ch in multiples of 7 until you reach this desired length, then add plus 2 and your ready to begin. For them I chained 121.

 

I’m a big gal so I made a much larger one. I chained 177.

 

I don’t have measurements of any other sizes, this is why I show you how to get the size you need above to make for any size.

 

 

Row 1

Change to your 5mm \ H hook

sc in 2nd ch from hook, skip 2 sts and *{ |YO, insert your hook into next stitch and pull up a loop| Repeat this 2 more times giving you 7 loops on your hook. (As shown in picture 1 below)

YO and pull through only 6 of the loops leaving the last loop along, 2 loops left (as shown in picture 2) YO and pull through last remaining 2 loops and ch 1 (as shown in picture 3) } working in the SAME stitch, repeat what is in between the {}’s (shown in pictures 4 & 5)

 

Winsome Combined learning photo 1

 

Now working into the very next chain repeat what you just did in this chain as well. (shown in pictures 6 & 7) skip 2 sts and sc into the next st. (shown in picture 8) ch 1 and skip 2 sts * and repeat what’s in between the * for the whole row. You should end with a sc in last stitch.

 

Winsome Combined learning photo 2

 

 

Row 2

Change colors here

ch 3 and dc into first sc of row. * ch 5 and dc, ch 1, dc (V-Stitch) into next sc * repeat for row. You should end with a dc 1, ch 1, dc 1 (V-Stitch) in last sc.
Winsome Poncho 2

Winsome Poncho 1

 

 

Row 3

Ch 3 and turn, Work your puff stitches as you did for row 2, only working 2 in this 1st V stitch. * DC into the space between the 4 puff stitches below (as shown in picture 11) ch 1 and working in the next V stitch, work all 4 puff stitches into this V stitch. (shown in pictures 12 & 13)

 

Winsome Poncho 3

 

Repeat for row, * DC, ch 1 into next sc, work your 4 puff sts in V stitch * at end of row work only 2 puff sts just like you did at the beginning of the row.
Winsome Poncho 4

 

 

Row 4

Change colors here

ch 5 and DC, ch 1, DC in next DC, * ch 5 and DC , ch , DC into next DC. * repeat what’s in between *’s for row. To end row ch 3 and DC in top of ch 3.
Winsome Poncho 5

Winsome Poncho 6

 

Row 5

ch 3 and work your * 4 puff sts into the V stitch, DC into the space between the 4 puff stitches below, ch 1 * repeat for row. To end row dc into the 3rd ch of the ch 5.
Winsome Poncho 7

 

 

Row 6 – Don’t forget to change colors

ch 3 and Dc into same st, * ch 5 and Dc, ch 1, Dc into next Dc, * repeat for row. You should end your row with a V stitch. (see Pictures below)

 

Winsome Poncho 8

 

Repeat rows 3 – 6

 

For my daughter (age 7) and son (5) I stopped after completing 14 total color rows. (Each color row takes 2 rows so 28 rows total, but it’s just easier to count the other way) I made mine 21 rows of colors.
Winsome Poncho 14

 

Now to find out how many you need to chain for the smaller piece of this poncho.

 

Take your piece just made and fold it in half.

 

Winsome Poncho 9

Then fold it in half again.
Winsome Poncho 10

 

This is the size you will need to make for your smaller piece. Mine was 4 puff shells wide. Each puff shell and the following DC take up the multiple of 7. So 4 puff shells give me 28 sts don’t forget your plus 2 before starting! I chained 30 with my 6mm \ J hook just like before, switched to my 5 mm \ H hook for row 1 just as before. Make this piece as many rows as you made your larger piece. My larger piece was 14 color rows, so the small piece is too.
Winsome Poncho 11

 

Now hide all the tails on the smaller piece.

 

Then lay out your pieces and fold them both in half.

 

Winsome Poncho 19

 

Then line them up together like so.
Winsome Poncho 12

 

 

Once you have them the correct way and you know where you need to sew, turn your work with the back side facing you so that your sewing won’t show, line up the two pieces and sc them together (or any method of sewing you prefer)

 

Winsome Poncho 17

Winsome Poncho 18

 

Just to space put your stitches as evenly as you can.

 

I also used these same stitches when sewing the piece around the neck. To make the neck hole smaller:

 

Row 1

Sc in all sts around for your first row. Sl st in beg st
Winsome Poncho 21

 

Row 2

ch 1 and sc into the same st, sc in 2 stitches then do a sc dec. Sl st in beg st

 

Row 3

ch 1 and sc into the same st, sc dec, *sc 1, sc dec,* repeat for round. Sl st in beg st

 

Row 4

sc in all sts, sl st in beg st, ch 1 and cut your yarn.

 

 

 

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