6 Crochet Hooded Poncho & Blanket Patterns

6 Crochet Hooded Poncho & Blanket Patterns

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6 Crochet Hooded Poncho & Blanket Patterns

6 Crochet Hooded Blanket & Ponchos

Hooded blankets are great for keeping little ones warm especially just after a bath.  A hooded poncho is great for putting on a little one when you have to run out in the car, instead of a jacket which makes it not only easier but safer for buckling them into their car seat. Either the Blanket’s or the Poncho’s are also great to have if you are a family like mine who loves to go camping for keeping the kids nice and toasty.

Any of these adorable Hooded blanket or Poncho patterns would make a great gift for a little one. Up your cuddle game with your little fox, or wrap them in a cozy hooded waffle blanket.


Crochet Cozy Hooded Blanket Pattern

Cozy Hooded Blanket

This Crochet Cozy Hooded Blanket Pattern is a cute hooded baby blanket to have in your repertoire. Who doesn’t love ears on something, anything really for a little one, not going to lie before I know the art of crochet, I’ve bought hats for my kids just because it had ears on it. Now that I can make them myself it’s great that my kids are pretty tolerant of the stuff I make them wear.

The Crochet Cozy Hooded Blanket Pattern was Designed by Michele Wilcox, she made it using Red Heart Moon & Stars. I don’t think I’ve seen this yarn but it sounds really lovely and would love to see it if any of you have made this pattern using it.

 

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Cozy Hooded Blanket Pattern

Crochet Lil’ Bandit Blanket Pattern

Crochet Lil’ Bandit Hooded Blanket

This hooded blanket is just too cute, you will love swaddling your little one in this Lil Bandit Blanket. This adorable Lil’ Bandit Blanket is one that as they grow older they will still love wrapping up in it. The blanket pattern is written in a generous size so that you will get lots of cuddle time and many years of use from it.

This crochet Lil Bandit Blanket Pattern is made up of using Bernat Softee Baby Chunky a very lovely soft and squishy yarn who wouldn’t love snuggling in it. The Rocky Raccoon pattern would be a great one to work up along with this Lil’ Bandit Hooded Blanket Pattern to give as a gift for your own little one or for someone.

 

 

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Crochet Lil Bandit Blanket Pattern

Crochet Snail Baby Blanket Pattern

Snail Blanket

In any colour that you decide to go with this Crochet, Snail Baby Blanket Pattern works up so sweetly. It would make a perfect baby shower gift for anyone you know that is having a baby.

A friend of mine that as expecting soon and if I hadn’t already started a different blanket I would have gone with one of these hooded Snail Baby Blankets. When I’m done hers, I might work on making some in a couple of different colours to have on hand for the next baby that comes along. Or to have when my kids have kids many many many years from now.

Although is considered an intermediate project, if you are familiar with the basketweave pattern, this Snail Baby Blanket Pattern is fairly similar. Made using Bernat Baby this baby blanket would make a great gift for any little one.

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Snail Baby Blanket Pattern

Crochet Like A Fox Blanket Pattern

Like a Fox Crocheted Hooded Blanket by Yarnspirations

Like a Fox Crocheted Hooded Blanket

I love this little blanket, it’s so cute my middle child would absolutely freak she is obsessed with foxes I may have to add this Like A Fox Blanket to my ever-growing list of patterns to work up. There is an adorable Francis the Fox Doll much like the Lil’ Bandit and Rocky doll, that would make a great set together as a gift or for your own.

This Like a Fox Blanket Pattern was done in Bernat Softee Baby Chunky, Bernat Blanket would work as well if you have that on hand already. This blanket is great for lots for great cozy cuddling moments!

 

 

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Crochet Like A Fox Hooded Blanket Pattern

 

Crochet Hooded Baby Poncho Pattern

Hooded Crochet Baby Poncho

This  Crochet Hooded Baby Poncho Pattern is a great little pattern to make up for when it’s chilly and your toddler doesn’t want to wear a sweater when my toddler puts her’s on she says she feels like a princess. It’s great to put on them for our side playing spring is coming it will be that in-between weather soon enough too hot for a jacket too cold not to wear something. I find these great too if you’re running errands and a jacket ends up being too warm I know for myself I just throw a poncho on, mind you mine doesn’t have a hood… yet!

This cute little Crochet Hooded Baby Poncho Pattern was Designed by Joyce Nordstrom. She made it using Red Heart Light & Lofty, does that yarn not look extremely soft and squishy I would wear a poncho made out of this yarn.

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Hooded Baby Poncho Pattern

Crochet Bear Cub Poncho Pattern

Crochet Bear Cub Poncho

Crochet Bear Cub Poncho

This cute Crochet Bear Cub Poncho is super adorable for young children. This pattern is pretty straight forward to work through. I’ve never done anything like this one before.

The pattern calls for Bernat Pipsqueak, in the tutorial I substituted for Bernat Softee Chunky so you could see my stitches. In the tutorial, I originally started with the same size hook and realized too far in the tutorial that the project was too small as the yarn was thicker. So if substituting, use a minimum of 8 mm / L Hook or even 10 mm / N Hook.

Bernat Pipsqueak can be flexible more than a regular type of yarn. So it’s soft, etc. So just be careful when substituting, if you are going to.

The stitchwork has open gaps but it’s not as noticeable in Pipsqueak but has is easier to crochet with as well.

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Crochet Bear Cub Poncho Pattern

Tutorial

More Crochet Pattern Ideas:

  1. Crochet Big Cables Baby Blanket Pattern
  2. Crochet Heart Mosaic Baby Blanket Pattern

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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

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