The Macchiato Crochet Poncho is a fun and beautiful crochet project. You will love wearing this piece all fall and winter long. Throw it on over any top and pair it with jeans and flats. Or even your winter boots! this would also be cute for a night out on the town with wide-leg neutral pants and heels. There is also a Macchiato Crochet Sweater and Beanie Pattern available.
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The fold over turtle neck will keep you extra warm, but this can also be made without the cowl style neck. And want more length? Completely customizable by simply crocheting more rounds after the increases. It’s such a versatile pattern.
But it gets even better! This isn’t only for all adults but comes in baby, toddler, and child sizes. And I walk you through the steps of the pattern in the video below for the baby size.
Macchiato Crochet Poncho Supplies:
6.0 mm (J), Furls Hook Alpha was used in the video
WeCrochet Brava Bulky
Shown in Brindle for adult
Shown in Dove Heather for baby
Bulky Weight Yarn
Baby: 360 yds (329m) 3 balls
Toddler: 600 yds (549m) 5 balls
Child: 900 yds (823m) 7 balls
Adult: 1,350 yds (1,234m) 10 balls
1x-3x: 1,550 yds (1,417m) 12 balls
BLO -back loop only
FLO -front loop only
Hdc -half double crochet
Inc. – increase
13 sts by 8.5 rows = 4” square
see gauge notes in the pattern
Baby, Toddler, Child, Adult, 1X-3X
Schematic in the pattern.
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