Crochet Study of Texture Poncho
Crochet Study of Texture Poncho

Crochet Study of Texture Poncho

There was interest in having the Study of Texture original afghan converted to a shawl. So I put my thinking cap on and created a shawl. This ended up morphing into a demand to have the Study of Texture Poncho. Cora Morrison, a fellow crocheter, took up the challenge to create one.

With collaboration, Cora re-wrote the instructions for the Crochet Study of Texture Poncho as a one-piece unit. You could have done two shawls and sewed them together. She wanted a one-piece unit instead.

Cora spent several weeks perfecting the pattern to the best of our ability to match my original intention. She and I worked together to do our best to correct as much as we saw. So if you find an error, it’s not for a lack of trying.

Cora used 5 balls of Bernat POP yarn. Using 5 mm / H Hook.

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45 thoughts on “Crochet Study of Texture Poncho Pattern

  1. Do you have any suggestions for altering this to fit a child? Like… a 6yr old? I’m sure some rows will need to be skipped to make it a little shorter & not drag on the ground, but mostly I’m wondering about stitch count to get it started- what do you think?

    • You may have to stop much earlier. It took me about 50 hours to figure it out as a shawl from the blanket. So re-engineering it would be a lengthy process but is always possible. I don’t have an immediate solution.

      • I’m stuck on row 46. On afaghan it doesn’t show this it goes from basket to picot can you explain it to me please

      • yeah, this is the finishing round(s) of the poncho, what spot are you stuck on? your first stitch of this round (sc, ch2) will be between the first 2 stitches of the four from the last round that you just did dc between the rest follow the pattern. let me know what spot it is that you are stuck in, I’ll work up the edging and see if I can walk you through the spot giving you a hard time.

  2. Cora and Mikey!
    I entered my poncho in the local county fair and received Reserve Champion ribbon! Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful pattern.

  3. Love the end result! Such a cozy poncho and looks fantastic! I did notice that in Round 41 the second corner says 2hdc, chain 2, 2 hdc. The first corner is 1 hdc. I went with the 1 hdc, chain 2, 1 hdc in order to make Round 42 fit.

    This is a gorgeous poncho! Thank you so much for making this pattern available to us.

  4. Just getting started and so excited to crochet this beautiful poncho! Have not crocheted anything like this before, do I turn after each row or continue crocheting onto the next row. If continuing, how (in row 3) do I “dc 1 same corner sp”. Many thanks for your help.

    • I had the guest designer go through Row 24. She’s been helping people behind the scenes. She’s been providing a rough draft of where the stitches go. So she’s helped Daniel provide a diagram to show where they are going. It seems to be solving the issues for this row. See new revision of this pattern that i have posted. The only revision is the diagram added.

  5. I love this pattern and was doing great until Row 24. I don’t understand at all what to do with the first statement to “DC right over the chain 3 from row 23 capturing it underneath the 3 dc sts”. DC where? In all of the first 3 dcbp from row 23? How is the chain captured underneath? Also, is there not another DC in the corner space after the chain 3? Then, there are shells. I did the study of texture Afghan and checked that video for help, but it’s different from this description—there are no shells in the row after the dcbp row. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

  6. Thank you so much Cora for adapting this pattern. And thank you Mikey for allowing her to share it with us. It’s beautiful and I can’t wait to make one. I been waiting for the perfect poncho pattern as I have yarn I been hoarding. Now I found my pattern. You guys rock!

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