PVC thick scrub raincoat. Thank you for such a wonderful pattern. Also, will it stretch out length wise after wearing it a few times?
I would also be interested in a knitting version. Have you ever considered a project combining both needlecraft methods? Other than knitting for the majority body of the project and crochet for an edging have not seen the combination. Jessica, I love this!!! Coincidence that I just bought a beautiful 6. I know what my next project is. Thank you for all your beautiful patterns! You can make it larger by starting with a longer chain but keep an odd stitch count and crochet for more rows.
This way you can make it as long and wide as you want. I am making this now…………. Thank you for such a wonderful pattern. Start with a longer chain with an odd stitch count and crochet for more rows. You can make it as wide and long as you want. Thank you for sharing your beautiful patterns with us. I made several blanket sweaters and love then.
I actually use them as my winter coat here in Tucson. This poncho is gorgeous and I can see wearing it this winter. Thanks again for sharing. Question…did you have to pay special attention to joining the yarn regarding the striping? Were you able to just join where one ball ended and another began? Thanks so much for this pattern. The yarn is so soft and I am having so much fun making this So easy yet so lovely one would think it was harder to make.
I addressed this issue in the Light Frost sweater but I need to note it above here as well. Yes, to get the striping to work out you want to join a new skein with the color that you are working on.
So try to match the color of the current stripe with the section of the yarn with that same color. Most of the time my skeins have worked out naturally, but occasionally I have one that I need to wind up some yarn and save it to get to the color needed to match my current stripe. That is just what I did. I figure when I am done with both pieces I will eyeball the best side to put on the front! Ready to start my other piece. Gauge can really make a difference with size — the good thing is that if you need to make it longer you can simply crochet more rows.
I had the exact same problem with the sizing. I did the 74 rows and that is not even close to the size you are wearing.
I looked at yours and noticed there is roughly 5 rows of white and I went against that for the sizing. That helped me a lot. Where can I find the instructions for the Baja blanket sweater some of the ladies mentioned would love to try it thanks.
My sister is worried that the horizontal stripes will emphasize her weight, which is why we would welcome your input. She is leaning towards Sirdar Imagination Chunky, but it only comes in g balls — falling short of the g weight of the Lion Brand Scarfie yarn. Could you also suggest how much additional yarn I would need to buy in the Sirdar or one of your suggestions — bearing in mind that my sister would like me to lengthen the poncho for her to cover her behind.
And can you also tell me what I need to do to lengthen the poncho for her. Cannot thank you enough for your anticipated help, and for making your patterns freely available to everyone. Everyone has their own style and colors that they like, so feel free to be creative with what your sister wants. If the skeins are smaller, you of course need to do the math and purchase more skeins to equal the amount of yarn that I used in the pattern. Be sure to make each panel the same length.
I wish you the best and am sure your sister is so appreciative of you making something so special for her! Not sure what I am doing wrong but I am using Deborah Norville Serentity Chunky for this pattern and I an on my 5th skein and it still is only 15 in long.. I am using a K hook and my stitches are not tight, can you give me some insight on this?
Is it the yarn I am using? Thanks so much for you help!! I list the grams per skein in my pattern and how many the pattern calls for…. Hope you can get it figured out and can make yourself this poncho!
Do you have any suggestions on making this poncho in a plus size? I am moving back to PA the end of this year after being in Arizona for almost 8 years.
Essentially you need to start with a longer chain, and crochet for more rows on each panel. This is the way you can make it larger. I wonder if anyone else has this problem Still loving the pattern, so fun to do and how ever my poncho turns out. I still plan to rock it. How will this affect amount of skeins needed? Love this pattern thank u Jessica! But certainly plan for more! Hello, I am a guy who loves to knit. Would this poncho be ok for a guy?
Also, how would I know if you have made a knit version. I have my yarn and am ready to go with the crochet patter now. Thanks for the pattern and your generosity in sharing it. I think this can certainly be for a man as well. Thanks for reaching out. I love this poncho but would want the stripes to run vertical, like in your knit version.
I will have to see if I can figure out how to do that. Thanks for the great pattern! I love this hooded poncho! I am currently working on it using the hot pink and black scarfie yarn and it is working up beautifully! I just wanted to ask a question about the length.
How tall are you? Also, will it stretch out length wise after wearing it a few times? Thank you for the help and all the hard work you do to create such gorgeous patterns for us to enjoy! It does stretch a little when you wear it Kara. So glad you liked this pattern! Hi, Thanks so much for this free pattern. I love the feel of the scarfie yarn and the mesh stitch makes it so soft and drapey.
I wonder if the model in the pics is just really really small? Anyway no problem to buy a couple more skeins and add length. Such a versatile pattern! I did try it on a few friends of different sizes and while slightly different when worn by larger folks, it still worked and looked cool in my opinion.
I hope your daughter loves it and thanks so much for reaching out! Have a lovely day! I purchased the kit for this poncho from lion brand. I was so excited about this pattern. Is your model some kind of little person? There is no way that the measurements you give make the poncho that is pictured.
Since the skeins sometimes start with various colors, it is true that you have to save yarn for later to keep the striped pattern going. No doubt that some people will want their poncho longer, and thanks for sharing your insight about it!
It is easy to make it longer by just adding more rows, though you do indeed need to keep yarn amounts in mind. I am chaining at beginning as called for, however, getting to the end, after single crocheting, I end up with 4 or 5 nor stiches. Is there a part at the beginning of the pattern that I should need skipping summer stitched to begin in a different stitch? The pattern is very forgiving…. Just ensure you have the same stitch count for each row even if the number is slightly different that my count.
The pattern was easy to follow and looks great! Ive recieved a ton of compliments on this poncho. I want to start by saying I love this pattern. Is the chain 2 at the beginning of each row counted? I would love to try this pattern as we are heading in to winter here. I understand making a longer chain with an odd number for a plus size, but do we still make the hood the same size or would we need to make that larger too?
If we do need to enlargen the hood, how many stitches do we do? I am a self taught beginner in crocheting. Thank you for sharing your expertise! Haha — these projects can sure get pricey, no doubt! I will be having ago at this tonight. So glad you like it! But thanks for reaching out and let me know if you hvd any questions! Featuring adjustable drawstring hood and back waist.
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