How to Crochet Sunset Poncho Pattern

We are going to learn How to Crochet Sunset Poncho Pattern with Video. This pattern for a crochet poncho is designed using the gorgeous Caron Cakes yarn. Below You can watch video and learn how to work the beautiful stitch. If you’re looking through free crochet poncho patterns, then this one is going to jump out at you. For one thing, it comes in sizes.

We are going to learn How to Crochet Sunset Poncho Pattern with Video. This pattern for a crochet poncho is designed using the gorgeous Caron Cakes yarn. Below You can watch video and learn how to work the beautiful stitch. If you’re looking through free crochet poncho patterns, then this one is going to jump out at you. For one thing, it comes in sizes. 

Stitch Explanations:
Front Post Single Crochet (fpsc): A fpsc is worked as a regular sc except for the way you insert your hook. Insert hook from front to back and to front again around the vertical post (upright part) of the specified dc st and pull up a loop, YO and pull through 2 loops on hook to complete the fpsc.

Materials:
1. Caron Cakes (size 4) yarn in color Buttercream. It is a self-striping yarn.
2. Hook I(5.5mm)
3. Tapestry needle to weave in the ends.

The back panel will be worked as a continuation of the front panel to form an ‘L’ shape.

Buying all your clothes can get very expensive so you might as well find a way to be budget-friendly while showing off your crochet skills. Crochet projects are so cute, they can all have their own unique look.

We are going to learn How to Crochet Sunset Poncho Pattern with Video. This pattern for a crochet poncho is designed using the gorgeous Caron Cakes yarn. Below You can watch video and learn how to work the beautiful stitch. If you’re looking through free crochet poncho patterns, then this one is going to jump out at you. For one thing, it comes in sizes.

Written Instruction

This is a beginner-friendly poncho pattern that is made from a simple rectangle seamed on the sides. This design is warm and chunky.

 Crochet pocket shawls are the rage right now. They will keep you warm and stylish at the same time. This shawl pattern is rated as easy and suitable for a confident beginner.

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