Crochet Easiest Poncho Written Pattern

This is the easiest crochet poncho pattern!

When you need a little bit warm , It will be your favourite cloth in autumn. You can easily make  the length as  you want. You can crochet it easily and the result will be fabolous.


150 gr-540 mt- yarn size:3

6 mm hook

Stitches used

Chain: ch

Single crochet:sc

Double crochet:dc

Stitch: st


When you see *( )** it means you repeat the instructions in between *( )** Where you see the word ​turn​ it means to turn your work clockwise and work back down the row.


Make a slipknot and ch88. Then join two sides together. (You can start with any number that you can divide by eight.)

Row1: Ch5 and make 2dc in the same st+make 1dc of 21st+(2dc+ch2+2dc) in the next st+make 1dc of 21 st+(2dc+ch2+2dc) in the next st+(2dc+ch22dc)in the next st+make 1dc of 21st+at the end of the row make 1 dc in the first st and make a sl st to the 3th ch.

Row2: Ch5+make 1dc in the ch2 sp+*(ch1+skip 1st+1dc in the next st)**until come to the next corner. You will do the same thing in the 21dc area between the two corners. When you come to the corner make; *(dc+ch2+dc)** in every ch2 sp. Finish this row with a ch and sl st.

Row3: Sl st to the ch2 sp+ch5+2dc in the ch2 sp+*(1dc in to the st+1dc in to the ch1 sp)** you will do the same thing between the two corners. When you come to the corner; *(2dc+ch2+2dc)** in every sp. Finish this row with a dc in the first ch2 sp and make a sl st.

Repeat Row2 and Row3 until you have totally 35 rows nearly 25 inches long. If you want to more longer you will crochet more rows.

Finishing Row: Sl st to the  ch2 sp +2sc+ ch2+insert your hook from two loops which is the bottom of the chains – you can see in photo1- and make a picot+sc in the ch2 sp+3sc in the next 3st+ *(ch2 and make a picot+4sc)** You should do the same thing on the corners.

And that’s all!


Pattern created by Sirin’s Crochet
Written by  Gozde Gunes Tezcan (@crochetwithGG)

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Hi. I'm Pınar. I'm 36 years old crochet designer from Turkey. I share all my free crochet patterns here. I like to make almost everyting but especially blankets and hats. I hope you like my projects.

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