Starlette Crochet Cable Poncho Pattern

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The Starlette Crochet Cable Poncho Pattern is so cute as a mommy and me set! That's right, it is also available in adult size. And the cable on the front uses the Infinity Crochet Cable Method.

Starlette Crochet Chunk Poncho Pattern
Starlette Crochet Chunk Poncho Pattern

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Video Guide for the Cable Crochet Poncho

Crochet Cable Poncho Supplies

Size P (10mm), or hook to obtain gauge


Yarn needle to weave in ends
Stitch Markers (4)

Yarn (super bulky):

Mary Maxim Starlette Chunky Super
Bulky Weight Yarn in colorway


Mary Maxim Aran Chunky & Tweed Chunky

(This is available as the kit!)
74 yds (67.665 m)/3.5 oz (100 g)
97% acrylic, 3% viscose


Child size: 460 yds
Adult size 800 yds


blo - back loop only
ch - chain
FFTR* - front float treble crochet
flo - front loop only
hdc - half double crochet
skfs - skip floating stitches
sl st- slip stitch
st(s) - stitch(es)
yo – yarn over
*See special stitches


7 sts and 4 rows = 4” (10 cm)
in half double crochet


Child & Adult (one size fits
most) schematic in pattern

Skill Level:


Starlette Crochet Chunk Poncho Pattern

The Starlette Crochet Poncho is an extra cozy poncho when crocheted with this super bulky
weight yarn. First, the front cable panel is created and set aside. Then the textured body stitches are worked in rows.

The two pieces are stitched together at each side of the center panel to create the poncho body. Last, the arm and neck ribbing is crocheted and then it’s ready to be worn.

Starlette Crochet Chunk Poncho Pattern
Starlette Cable Crochet Poncho Schematic

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