This crochet poncho has everything you want. It is easy to crochet. You can style it in several different ways. It is just a perfect little addition to your wardrobe.
Below you will find the complete pattern and instructional photos for this pattern. You will also find all the materials, stitches, gauge, and sizing information. This poncho is very easy to make and even easier to style.
Designing a Crochet Poncho as a Group
I love designing, it is fun to let my creativity do its thing, but with this poncho I wanted to design something everyone would love. So I asked my Crochet Journey Facebook Group what they wanted in a poncho. A few ideas elements kept being recommended.
They wanted a poncho that:
1. Was light and airy.
2. Easy to remove.
3. Beginner Friendly.
4. Can be worn in many ways.
So the that is what I aimed for and the Style Me Crochet Poncho is what was created. I really hope you like it.
Styling this Buttoned Crochet Poncho
This poncho is basically a rectangle that is buttoned over the shoulder to create a poncho. You can wear the buttons in the back to have an asymmetrical and dramatic look. Place the buttons over your shoulder and let the poncho drape diagonally across your body. You can unbutton the poncho and use it as a shawl, or use the buttons like a shawl pin to keep the shawl in place. Try buttoning one button over your shoulder and let the extra material cascade down one side. It is completely up to you. Tell me your favorite way to wear this poncho.
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Style Me Crochet Poncho Pattern
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9.5-14.7 oz or 688-1064 yds of Bernat Softee Baby Yarn (Size 3 Yarn)
Crochet Hook 5.5mm Size I
3-4 3/4inch Buttons
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Stitches and Abbreviations
CH – Chain
DC – Double Crochet
ST(s) – Stitch(es)
Gauge and Size
Gauge: 13 DC X 8 Rows = 4 inches
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Style Me Crochet Poncho Pattern
-Written in US terms.
– I do not count my CH2, turning chain, as a stitch.
– Sizes are listed as XS/S (M, L/XL, 2X/3X, 4X/5X)
– Stitch Counts are listed at the end of the first row, (XS/S, M, L/XL, 2X/3X, 4X/5X). Your stitch count should not change for the entire project.
– Make sure to have a loose tension when working the starting chain.
CH 189 (199, 211, 221, 229)
Row 1: Starting with the 3rd CH from the hook, DC in each CH. (187, 197, 209, 219, 227)
Row 2: CH2, turn, DC in 1st ST, *CH1, Skip a ST, DC in next ST.* repeat from *to* until the end of the row.
Row 3: CH2, turn, DC in 1st ST, *DC in CH1 space, DC in next ST* repeat from *to* until end of row.
Row 4: CH2, turn, DC in 1st ST, *CH1, Skip a ST, DC in next ST.* repeat from *to* until the end of the row.
Row 5: CH2, turn, DC in 1st ST, *DC in CH1 space, DC in next ST* repeat from *to* until end of row.
Row 6: CH2, turn, DC in 1st ST, *CH1, Skip a ST, DC in next ST.* repeat from *to* until the end of the row.
Row 7: CH2, turn, DC in 1st ST, *DC in CH1 space, DC in next ST* repeat from *to* until end of row.
Row 8: CH2, turn, DC in each ST across. (187, 197, 209, 219, 227)
Now you will continue repeating Row 8 until the poncho is as long as you would like it to be. My suggested row counts are listed below for each size.
XS/S – Repeat Row 8 until you have 31 rows.
M – Repeat Row 8 until you have 33 rows.
L/XL – Repeat Row 8 until you have 35 rows.
2X/3X – Repeat Row 8 until you have 37 rows.
4X/5X – Repeat Row 8 until you have 39 rows.
Adding the Buttons
We are almost done. Fold the poncho in half and measure from the fold to where the first button should be place, and sew on a button. From there measure 8-9 inches and sew on your second button, repeat the process for the third button.
XS/S – Measure over 13 inches and sew on the first button.
M – Measure over 14 inches and sew on the first button.
L/XL – Measure over 15.5 inches and sew on the first button.
2X/3X – Measure over 16 inches and sew on the first button.
4X/5X – Measure over 16.5 inches and sew on the first button.
Sew in all your ends and the Style Me Crochet Poncho is complete. Try it on and let me know in the comments what your favorite way to where it is.
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