Bubble gum easy crochet poncho free pattern

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Learn how to crochet a  bobble stitch poncho with easy step by step video tutorial . Let’s Meet Bubble gum cute and easy crochet poncho pattern!

They made from just 2 rectangle. With the  pink pastel color will make you feel like you are a princess .

For the love of bobble crochet stitch That I had, I love the pop up texture that bobble stitch give and the fun to making it and turn them into something wearable for this summer and spring.

Have you guys try the easiest beginner friendly poncho yet? They called Lilly easy crochet poncho made by me^^.

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I made this Bubble gun poncho using 100% cotton for the breezy and light weight to wear for spring to summer  season but if you guy want them to be a bit warm and great for winter just swish up with wool blend yarn or acrylic yarn that will be perfect for freezing cold day.

bobble stitch, popcorn crochet stitch poncho picture

This easy poncho is made from just 2 rectangles mostly double crochet and the little trick is crochet in back loop which give the poncho so much pretty texture.

spring time crochet easy poncho photo

If you guys cannot get enough of bubble stitch crochet project here, I have more project for bobble lover like,

Bubble pop oversize crochet sweater

Bubble gum blanket cardigan

easy summer light weight crochet poncho image

Let’s get start!

– I used cotton DK weight yarn . I am using about 6-7skein around 1,200 yard fit size small to Large.

( easy to adjust the size see pattern instruction below)

Color is pink

– 4.0 mm crochet hook

– Sewing yarn needle

Gauge:  3 double crochet stitch  = 1 inch

Note: we are crochet this poncho loosely not too tight.

easy beginner crochet poncho tutorial picture

bubble gum easy poncho

Get the free pattern below or this pattern is also available as an inexpensive, ad-free, PDF printable instant download  in my etsy shop. Thank you so much for your love and support. I am really appreciate you.

Skill and abbreviations

(American crochet terms)

You will need to know how to make

-St  which mean stitch

-sc which mean single crochet

-dc which mean double crochet

-Blo which mean crochet in back loop only

-ch, Chain

-slip knot

Bobble stitch tutorial.

Bobble stitch: yarn over insert your hook into the stitch that you want to make bobble then pull up a loop and  yarn over pull through 2 loop then insert your hook into same stitch and repeat that 4 time  until have 6 loop on your hook then yarn over pull through all 6 loop and make single in the next st, Bobble complete!

Video tutorial.

Finished Size Approximately:

 Small to Large ( other size to make it bigger by add more chain to foundation chain, detail in the pattern)

For me the model wearing this piece, I am 4’9 feet tall.

Measurement. ( size small to large)

one rectangle of front part of bobble  stitch. 18×16 inch.

one rectangle of front part 18×32 inch.

Bubble gum easy poncho  instruction.

Front panel.

Pick up crochet hook size 4.0 mm and Start of by making a slip knot Then make 60 chains for small to Large

(foundation chain multiple of 4 ).

(  for size xl and 2xl 72 chain) , ( size  3xl and 4xl  84 chain).

Row1: make, dc into next chain from hook and in each chain across until the end of the row.

Row 2: ch 1 turn, sc into first 2 sts. *Bobble stitch into next stitch, sc into next 3 sts*. Repeat between * and * until you have 3 or 4 sts left then make sc in each of the last 3 or 4 sts.

Row 3: ch 1 turn, dc in each stitch until the end of the row.

Row4: ch1, turn, *dc in next st, ch1 ,skip1 st then dc in next st* repeat this * to * until the end of the row.

Row5: ch 1 turn, *1dc in each stitch and 1dc in chain space* repeat * to * until the end of the row.


If you see the photo in the front panel of the bobble stitch if you end with row 5 there will be no space but i was end it with space with row 4 by accident and I went with it I am lazy to ribbed it off, so you guys can ether do both 2 option end with row5 as the pattern or end with row4 like in the photo it will all come out beautiful.

Row6 and beyond,Keep Repeating row 2-5 until  you get 16 inch long.

After we get 16 inch long of bobble stitch front panel we will continue to make them longer  for the non bobble part by using another crochet stitch.

Row1. ch2, then make* 1dc in chain space of the previous row and 1dc on each st*  repeat this * to * across until the end of the row.

Row2. ch2, then 1dc in each stitch across until the end of the row. ( back loop only)

Row3 and beyond. repeat row 2 until we get 32 inch long. and fasten off.

After we finish front panel set aside and waiting for assembly.

Back panel.

Pick up crochet hook size 4.0 mm and Start of by making a slip knot Then make 60 chains (  size small to large)

(foundation chain multiple of 2 )

(  for size xl and 2xl 72 chain) , ( size  3xl and 4xl  84 chain).

Row1. ch2, then make 1dc in each chain   across until the end of the row.

Row2. ch2, then 1dc in each stitch across until the end of the row. ( back loop only)

Row3 and beyond. repeat row 2 until we get 32 inch long. and fasten off.

After we finish back panel set aside and waiting for assembly.


Lay 2 pieces in flatted in L shape then use one end of back panel attach to front end of front panel by sewing with your favorite method. pic below.

After attached front of the poncho already, now we are going to fold each end to create the back of poncho and attach them by sewing. see pic below.

Now  when you try it on and it slip off your shoulder if the open neck is too wide for you this problem had happen to me. if the poncho does not slip off your shoulder when you guy try it on then you did not need to do it.

we will  sew a bit further up about 3-4 inch up from the back panel. see pic below.

Now enjoy your new poncho.

Happy crocheting.

If you make one I would love to see your creation tag me on Instagram!

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  1. just LOVE it. thx

  2. Barbara Drummond says

    ok if I read this correctly there ore 3 SC between each bibble??

  3. HI Babara, yes they are 3sc between each bobble.

  4. Next part says row 1 ch 2 then DC in space of prev row. The previous row is row 5 there are no spaces

  5. Jenny i hope you can help me im not sure how to sew it together please help me.thanks Wendy Mason

  6. Hi Wendy, when u finished the rectangle piece then you will fold each end up like a half triangle and sew to create the arm first then you will add the collar after that. Ialso have step by step photo in the tutoriall for u in the post.

  7. A very easy to follow pattern. Thanks so much for sharing!!

  8. Diane Hill says

    I’m making a 3× what would be the length and width for the panels?

  9. Pam Crain says

    Hi,,,I am making the XL -2XL
    Is the measurement for rows of Bobble Stitch still 16 in or is it longer for bigger sizes?
    And is it correct that the front panel is completely done with 3mm hook while the back is done with 5mm hook?
    Thanks, Pam

  10. Pam Crain says

    Do you place your first double crochet in the first chain from hook or the third

  11. Hi pam thanks u for spot on, it 3 mm crochet hook for the back as well.

  12. Hi i made this poncho last fall but i cant seem to uunder stand how to sew it together,please help me as its spting now i would love to were ii. Thankes Wendy.

  13. Hi, Wendy, the direction how to sew together is on assemble part.

  14. Charmaine Osborn says

    Can one make it in one piece?

  15. Yes sure Charmaine, but will turn it into poncho wrap if u make the front piece longger.

  16. I don’t see any instructions on how to make a larger size. Can you tell me how to make an L or XL size.

  17. Im seeing two different size hooks. Do i use a 3 or a 5 mm?

  18. Hi Kadee use 3mm hook, it wrong typing sorry for that.

  19. HI Kadee, for the size it in the front panel instruction below the foundation chain sentence.

  20. Your instructions need translated. At times just don’t make sense

  21. Thank you for suggestion Leah.

  22. Hi. I’m crocheting this. And I noticed the same as another lady. That if we are ending with row 5. There are no spaces. Are we not supposed to be ending on Row 5 for the bubble gum panel?

  23. HI Gwen, yes in the bobble front panel, I was ending row 5 and 4 by accident so it have space and it come out ok, and i am so lazy to go to ribbed it off and i went as it is.

    Yes you could end with row 5 with no spaces it would be more beautiful, but if u like like it look in the photo end it with row4.

  24. Thank you. So either way works😊

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