Ponchos can be the perfect fashion accessory, keeping you cozy during those days when it is too cold for summer dresses and still a little too early to take out your chunky sweaters and winter accessories. They can also provide an extra layer of warmth over your regular winter clothes during the particularly chilly days.
The nice ruffled borders are worth working on the rest of the poncho; and the cream and white combination is working as well.
This buttoned poncho is not as difficult to make as it looks like. Check out yourself, it’s a free pattern!
Another simple pattern, suitable for beginners; you can try the pattern in single color or in a different combination. But, the pastel shades seem to be ideal for this one.
This one might be a bit complex to work, but the end result is sure to make it worth your while.
Another lacey pattern that can be worked with yarn or thread; thread lace ponchos look gorgeous in summers and spring.
You can go for some other colors for this one, but using two shades of the same color with white for the border (as done in this free pattern) is a really good idea to bring out the design.
This pretty pattern is ideal for those who love to explore new crochet methods and produce something unique. It uses the delta technique to produce the flower design.
Well, it is pretty evident that this one is lighter than feather. The pattern is perfect for beginners as it basically uses the treble crochet stitch.
This net patterned poncho style sweater is quite easy to make and does not really take much time. The drawstring edge gives the perfect finishing touch.
The best thing about a chevron pattern is using multiple shades and colors of yarn to produce a vibrant combination in the end.
It’s a drawstring poncho to make it easier for you to slip it over the head. One added advantage is that you can also use the piece as a lacey skirt!
It is a textured lacey pattern for a free size poncho.
This is actually a two-in-one pattern as the drawstring design allows you to use it as a cue skirt for your little princess as well as a stylish poncho!
This is a granny square poncho pattern – we already love it.
Published on December 15th 2014 by Daphne Bennette