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Crochet Bernat Satin Lacy Poncho

This crochet poncho pattern has been updated on March 1, 2013 to make it easier to understand as well as to provide instructions for multiple sizes.

Bernat Satin, Petite Lacy Poncho

The size given is for a small and a slightly larger size is given in parenthesis. However, you can make the poncho as narrow or as wide as you like by chaining any multiple of 6. As for the length, just continue with the pattern repeat rows and make the increases as established.

Crocheted ponchos are great for wearing around the house. Currently, they are not in, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy them at home. They are very comfortable to wear and are perfect for relaxing and staying warm while crocheting or reading. It’s like wearing a blanket, but with style. Hope you enjoy!

Crochet Lacy Poncho by CrochetN'Crafts

Crochet Bernat Satin Lacy Poncho

This crochet poncho pattern is available in two sizes in terms of the circumference.
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Materials

  • Yarn: Bernat Satin Yarn (3-100g balls)
  • Crochet Hook: H/8-5.00MM
  • Other: Measuring Tape, Scissors, Yarn Needle.

Measurements

  • Measures 1.5" over first 4 rnds and 1.75" across 6 sts, however, gauge is not that important as you can make it any size.

Abbreviations

Instructions

  • Ch 72 (78, or any multiple of 6), join with sl st to first ch being careful not to twist chain.
  • Rnd 1: With right side facing now and throughout, ch 1, sc in same ch as join and in each ch around; join with sl st to first sc. (72, (78) sc)
  • Rnd 2: Ch 1, sc in same st as join and in each st around; join with sl st in top of first sc.
  • Rnd 3: Repeat round 2. (72, (78) sts)
  • Rnd 4: Ch 4 (counts as dc and ch-1), dc in same st, *sk next two sts, (dc, ch 1, dc) in next st; rep from * around to last 2 sts, sk last 2 sts; join with sl st in top of first dc (3rd ch). (24 (26) ch-1 sps)
  • Rnd 5: Sl st into next ch, ch 3 (counts as first dc), 3 dc in same ch, (4 dc cluster made); *sk next 2 dc, 4 dc in next ch; rep from * around; join with sl st in top of first dc. (24 (26) dc clusters).
  • Rnd 6: Sl st into next 3 sts and into sp before next cluster, ch 7 (counts as first tr and ch-3 loop), tr in same sp between 4 dc clusters, *(tr, ch 3, tr) in next sp between dc clusters; rep from * around; join with sl st in top of first tr (4th ch). (24 (26) ch-3 lps)
  • Rnd 7: Sl st into next 2 chs, ch 4 (counts as first tr), 4 tr in same ch (5 tr cluster made), 5 tr in center ch of next ch-3 lp and in each ch-3 lp around; join with sl st in top of first tr. (24, (26) 5 tr clusters)
  • Rnd 8: Sl st into next 2 sts, ch 4 (counts as first dc and ch-1), dc in same st, [(tr, ch 3, tr) in sp between next 5 tr cluster] twice, *(dc, ch 1, dc) in center tr of 5 tr cluster, [(tr, ch 3, tr) in sp between next 5 tr clusters] twice; rep from * around; join with sl st to first dc. (24, (26) ch-3 lps and 12, (13) ch-1 sps)
  • Rnd 9: Sl st into next ch, ch 3 (counts as first dc), 3 dc in same ch, (4 dc in center ch of next ch-3 lp) twice, *sk tr and dc, 4 dc in next ch, (4 dc in center ch of next ch-3 lp) twice; rep from * around; join with sl st to first dc. (36, (39) dc clusters)
  • Rnds 10-11: Repeat rnds 6-7.
  • Rnd 12: Sl st into next 2 sts, ch 4 (counts as first dc and ch-1), dc in same st, [(tr, ch 3, tr) in sp between next 5 tr cluster] 3 times, *(dc, ch 1, dc) in center tr of 5 tr cluster, [(tr, ch 3, tr) in sp between next 5 tr clusters] 3 times; rep from * around; join with sl st to first dc. (24, (39) ch-3 lps and 12, (13) ch-1 sps).
  • Rnd 13: Sl st into next ch, ch 3 (counts as first dc), 3 dc in same ch, (4 dc in center ch of next ch-3 lp) 3 times, *sk tr and dc, 4 dc in next ch, (4 dc in center ch of next ch-3 lp) 3 times; rep from * around; join with sl st to first dc. (36, (52) dc clusters)
  • Rnds 14-15: Repeat rnds 6-7.
  • Rnd 16: Sl st into next 2 sts, ch 4 (counts as first dc and ch-1), dc in same st, [(tr, ch 3, tr) in sp between next 5 tr cluster] 4 times, *(dc, ch 1, dc) in center tr of 5 tr cluster, [(tr, ch 3, tr) in sp between next 5 tr clusters] 4 times; rep from * around; join with sl st to first dc. (36, (52) ch-3 lps and 12, (13) ch-1 sps)
  • Rnd 17: Sl st into next ch, ch 3 (counts as first dc), 3 dc in same ch, (4 dc in center ch of next ch-3 lp) 4 times, *sk tr and dc, 4 dc in next ch, (4 dc in center ch of next ch-3 lp) 4 times; rep from * around; join with sl st to first dc. (48, (65) dc clusters)
  • Rnd 18-19: Repeat rnds 6-7 once. Fasten Off.

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12 Comments

  1. I don’t know about you, but I do not have a measuring tape or ruler that has tenths of an inch markings. Did you really mean one-and-two-tenths inches when you wrote 1.2″ in the gauge? Or did you mean one-and-one-half inches? That would be written 1.5″ in decimal form.

    I never really work to ‘get gauge’. When I tried describing a poncho to my in-laws in Syria – where the word is unknown – I said it’s a blanket with a hole in the center. As long as it fits over the head and lies loosely over the shoulders, it’s a poncho – in my mind anyway.

    Thank you for the lovely pattern.

    1. Yes that was a typo and has been changed. Thanks for pointing that out. Gauge is very important for some projects, but for this one it don’t matter because you can make it in any size.

      Thanks again,
      Rhelena

  2. I love this pattern. I made it up using worsted weight yarn and a size H hook in the larger size and it turned out great! The pattern was easy to follow and it worked up quickly and easily. I am making up lots of these to donate to our local nursing home. The residents are always chilly and these provide that little bit of extra warmth and fit easily over the head. Thanks for the great pattern!

  3. I am making this poncho and a little confused on row 9, the cluster count is 39, but when i skip the 2 dc and chain sections I end up with 26 clusters. Am I suppose to cluster in the chain 1 space and the chain 3 spaces. That makes up the 39 clusters.

    1. Betty, Thank you so much for catching that. It is a mistake to say skip the 2 dc. I’ve changed it to say “sk tr and dc” instead. I also changed that for rnds 13 and 17. Let me know if that helps. :)

          1. No, I havn’t. But you certainly could try as it’s easy to adjust to the correct width. I’d love to know how it turns out if you do. :)

  4. I was right in there up to row 12-13, and row 16-17, could you possibly make a video of these rounds? Just a few examples to get started? I have done very good at the videos on You Tube, but have trouble with written instructions…. I have a pattern for a shawl I haven’t made yet because I can’t find anyone to show me the way to do it….. Wonderful pattern love it I hope I can finish it.

    1. Those are both correct. However, in this pattern I’m referring to a chain space, which is also known as a loop. So in this pattern the loops are made with 3 chains. Hope that helps. :)

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