Crochet Poncho PDF Pattern (Video Tutorial included) Summer Poncho



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Crochet Poncho Pattern, x-small to x-large. Video tutorial link included, PDF format.
12 pages with high quality pictures, very easy to follow along.

This crochet poncho is made for summer. It's light and flowing, so it's perfect for a little extra coverage at the beach without getting too warm. I used a bright rainbow blend to stand out but some more neutral colors would go well with most any summer outfit.

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Nicolette Hyatt Apr 5, 2022

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Beautiful pattern, easy to read.

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Ellen Gentzel Apr 16, 2022

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hello wan. I just completed your crochet pattern for wide leg shorts with cotton drawstring and I absolutely love it! it took me about 3 weeks, on and off, from start to finish. I used your recommended yarn and supplies, as always when sewing from your patterns. I chose Lindy Chain in color Swan #1 fingering weight yarn and 6-8 feet of cotton rope for the drawstring. I bought 6 skeins of yarn and made size medium and have almost a full skein left. at first I was having difficulty with such a fine weight yarn, especially when crocheting in the back 'bumps of a chain,' or in the 'back loop only' when crocheting the waistband. but my hand/muscle coordination adjusted very quickly. the 6 belt loops took a toll on my eyes simply because they are so tiny. your idea to use 'reverse crochet' to finish off the legs was very clever.

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Hi Ellen, you're a real pro! Yes, the finer weights can be rough on your hands and eyes, just got to adjust and pace yourself. You nailed it! Thank you for the thoughtful review. They look beautiful.

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