Crochet The Gift Poncho Pattern

Crochet The Gift Poncho Pattern

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The Gift Poncho

The Gift Poncho

Crochet The Gift Poncho

An easy to Crochet Gift Poncho that is just a few hours to make for yourself. This poncho is a rectangle unit that is strategically sewn to create the point. The point is only on one side. You can wear the poncho so the point is at the back, side or front. You can style it up any way you wish.

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The poncho, due to using two strands at one time can create a marled effect. For all sizes, 6 balls of Caron Simply Soft are required. It is marled, meaning two strands at one time. 3 of one colour, 3 of another. For visual interest, I used 3 balls of Caron Simply Soft Tweeds and 5 balls of Caron Simply Soft Ombre. Ombres are smaller ball sizes. I just needed a few inches of the 5th ball. You may need 6 balls of Ombre if you are doing the x-large size ahead.

My version turned out pretty awesome.

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Crochet Gift Poncho

Crochet Gift Poncho. Point to the back.


Crochet Gift Poncho

Crochet Gift Poncho. Point to the side.


Crochet Gift Poncho

Crochet Gift Poncho. Point to the front.

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