Asymmetrical Poncho Crochet Pattern

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Asymmetrical Poncho Pattern - it comes together really easily which makes this a great project for all levels. It’s lightweight, trendy, and versatile.

Asymmetrical Poncho Crochet Pattern

I don’t know about you, but it feels like fall just crept up on us.  This year has flown by and soon enough it will be holiday season!

That makes this Asymmetrical Poncho Pattern the perfect choice for rapidly approaching sweater weather!

It’s lightweight, trendy, and versatile.  Plus, it comes together really easily which makes this a great project for all levels.

This poncho is perfect for crisp fall days when you need a little warmth without breaking out the North Face.  It pairs perfectly with those cute fall boots I know you’ve been waiting to use, and is great for a casual wedding.

So, what are you waiting for?  Break out those crochet hooks and start working on your new, soon-to-be-favorite fall accessory.

Asymmetrical Poncho Pattern - it comes together really easily which makes this a great project for all levels. It’s lightweight, trendy, and versatile.

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Asymmetrical Poncho Crochet Pattern

NOTES: Pattern in U.S. crochet terminology

SKILL LEVEL: EASY

MATERIALS:

  • Hook: U.S. L/8.00mm
  • Size  4  Worsted  Weight  –  500  yds  (Lion  Brand  Heartland in Mammoth Cave used in photos).
  • Darning Needle & Scissors

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • ch = chain
  • sl = slip stitch
  • dc = double crochet
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • ch-sp = chain space

NOTES:

Gauge – 4 stitches = 2’’  3 rows = 2’’ (hdc)

FINISHED SIZE: 19” tall x 26” wide

PATTERN:

Chain 50

Row 1: Hdc in the 3rd chain from the hook, hdc in each ch across, ending with an hdc in the top of the turning chain.

Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as first hdc), turn, hdc in each ch, ending with an hdc in the top of the turning chain

Rows 3 — 4: Repeat Row 2

Rows 5: Ch 3 (counts as first dc), skip first 2 stitches, *[dc, ch1, dc] in next dc, skip the next 2 stitches, repeat from * across the row, ending with 1 skipped stitch, 1 dc in the top of the turning ch.

Rows 6: Ch 3, *3 dc in the next ch-sp, repeat from * across ending with 1 dc in the top of the turning ch.

Rows 7 — 50’’ Long: Repeat rows 5-6 until the total length reaches 50’’, ending on a row 6. Note: If you want a larger opening for the head/shoulders, add a few more rows (in multiples of 2).  If you’d like a smaller opening then don’t crochet as many rows.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Finishing

Fold the length of the crocheted fabric around so that the last row you completed (A) now meets along the side, perpendicular to the beginning row (B) (so that it now runs alongside rows  1-24). Carefully sew those two edges together from the inside/wrong side and weave in ends.

 

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