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The easiest purple poncho wrap free crochet pattern

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simple crochet poncho wrap free pattern

Meet the easiest summer crochet poncho patten ever! , The purple  color is so trendy right now , So I am jump into the purple trend .

This simple summer  crochet poncho made with cotton  yarn and a beginner lace crochet stitch.

The summer poncho wrap style works up really quick and it can be done in one weekend.

I love love a quick crochet project and love to work with cotton yarn, because it suit the climate here in thailand hot and humidity.

The poncho wrap itself is beautiful texture with the combination of blanket stitch and the simple double crochet stitch. With the bright purple color is perfectly for spring time and and any season all yaer , if you want to make it warmer just switch up from cotton yarn to wool yarn or arclylic yarn.

simple one rectangle poncho wrap

Let’s get start!

I used Lion brand 24/7 cotton yarn weight 4 aran. I use around 1500 yard.

I used bright purple color for this poncho wrap. 

I am using about   1500 yard all together.

– 6.0 mm crochet hook

– Sewing yarn needle

-stitch marker

how to make crochet poncho with cotton yarn

If you like this summer poncho you will like this Cookie and cream crochet poncho wrap free pattern.

Size.

(  the model wearing  small size to fit  Xl)

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

The bigger size (2xl-4xl)  detail in the pattern below.

simple free crochet poncho

Skill and abbreviations { American crochet term}

You will need to know how to make

Blanket stitch video tutorial

-Sl st (slip stitch)

-sc which mean single crochet

-dc which mean double crochet

-ch, Chain

-slip knot

purple poncho wrap diy crochet

Gauge:  2 blanket stitches  = 2 inch

 

Video tutorial.

the easiest purple poncho wrap

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.

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

Measurement.

one rectangle  20×42 inch.

Start of by making a slip knot Then make 117 chains foundation chain (Multiple of 3)

Small to xl chain 117

2xl to 4xl  chain 141

Row1.   Make 2 dc in the 3rd chain from hook and *sk 2 ch, sc in next ch, and make 2 dc in same ch stitch*. Repeat from * to* end of row. Sc in the last ch  of  the row. Ch 2, turn.

Row2.   2 dc in the first sc of the previous row, *sk next 2 dc, make sc and  2 dc in next sc*.

Repeat from * to* until the end of the row. Make sc in turning ch 2 at end of row, ch 2, turn.

Row 3 and beyond, and Repeat row 2 until we get 20-21 inches.

Add the lace row to the poncho.

Now we are going to make a base row for the lace stitch row. 

By make sc in each space on the side for 1 row. chain 2 and turn to the lace row.

Making the lacy row.

After we finished make sc along the edge  then we start on lacy row.

Row1. Dc in the same stitch, *(ch1,sk1 then dc in next stitch.)*

repeat this* to * until the end of row. chain2 and turn.

Row2. dc in the same st , *( ch1, dc in the chain space from the previous row)*  repeat this* to * until the end of row , at the end make dc in the chain2 space.

Row3-7. repeat row2, and finished off.

Repeat the same thing on the other side.

Assembly.

After we all finished with the long rectangle piece , now time for assembly.

Lay piece of big rectangle  in flatted and then fold them in half and  place the stitch marker  to fixed where the open neck is, then use yarn needle to sew along to create the shoulder.

purple poncho wrap

All done!

Happy crocheting!

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

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Linda

Sunday 23rd of January 2022

Hi Jenny, I need some help with your pattern. I have now tried twice to make this poncho and it simply is not working with your instructions. If I chain 117 to start the pattern it is no where close to 20 inches long, it's 37 inches long! So how should I be starting this? I've almost completely finished the poncho, ready to sew together, and it doesn't work at all. One side goes so far down my arm it almost touches my knees, I could never use that arm to do anything if I had the poncho on. So should I only do enough chains on the starting row to ensure I have 20 inches? Regardless of how many actual chains that is? I appreciate your reply as I am now about to pull out all of my work and start for a third time on this project. Thank you,

jane

Monday 24th of January 2022

HI Linda, could u please dm me on instagram? so I could work it out with u.

Charlene

Sunday 3rd of October 2021

HI Jane, I loved your video and must compliement you on your presentation! Nicely done. I tried to subscribe but it kept saying " couldn't verify , try again". Could you sign me up please? Thank you.

jane

Monday 4th of October 2021

sURE i WILL cHARLENE.

Amanda

Sunday 21st of March 2021

Hi Jane I have loved your patterns for years you have an amazing blog and create more unique patterns with your special touch. I was subscribed to your blog before and tried to resubscribe 3-20-21 said successful although I never received an email to confirm. Thank you so much for all your amazing inspiration

jane

Sunday 21st of March 2021

Hi Amanda, Thank you so much for the lovely comment i will put u in my email list now .

Susanne

Friday 1st of May 2020

Thanks a lot for posting the pattern, Greetings - Susan from South Germany

jane

Tuesday 5th of May 2020

Thanks you Susanne, you just make my day, love love.