The pieces we included in this selection of crochet patterns for Stylish Ponchos certainly have so much in common. They are minimalist but designed with a dose of fantasy. They have original details and neutral colors of the Earth. Lightweight and warm at the same time, they will be great for this month as the winter is slowly turning into spring. Try all the crochet patterns for ponchos we’ve found! Why not? Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
poncho Free crochet patterns
1. Noncho Poncho
Rose’s poncho design is a great way to spruce up your outfits this summer. It’s a stylish and versatile project that features cute mesh crochet stitches and an easily adjustable shape. The free version of this pattern contains instructions for sizes S and M, but for bigger or smaller sizes, purchase a printable PDF.
Level: upper beginner Author: Rose Obom
photos by Rose Obom / ravelry.com
2. Trails End Seamless Poncho
Can you sense the boho vibes in this design? Obviously, it is all because of the trendy fringes and the original openwork. This handmade poncho will make you stand out from the most fashionable crowd. Make it in your favorite color!
Level: upper beginner Author: Mama In A Stitch
The original pattern and the photos are on Mama in a Stitch.
3. Tulip Square Poncho
Who is in the mood for ponchos? We are! If you don’t have many in your wardrobe yet, it is certainly high time to add more! Starting with this super stylish piece by the one and only Wilma Westenberg, obviously. We love how this author combines minimalism with classic.
Level: intermediate Author: Wilma Westenberg
4. Lightning Feather Poncho CAL
Susan E. Kennedy designed a crochet wonder inspired by lightning and feathers! If you have been looking for an opportunity to join a crochet along and you like wearing ponchos, you simply cannot miss this one. It will be a beautiful journey.
Level: medium Author: Susan E. Kennedy
5. The Palomino Diamond Poncho
Oh, we haven’t seen such a lovely crochet poncho for a while! This pattern released by awesome designer itchinforsomestitchin is inspiring us to add some handmade wonders to our wardrobes. Will you do the same? Say yes!
Level: intermediate Author: itchinforsomestitchin
Crochet Ponchos with Collars
1. Check Me Out
Marly’s newest project shows us how versatile her designs are. She combined textural griddle stitch, multicolored melange yarn and a fantastic plaid pattern. Join the free Make-Along for step-by-step instructions, or purchase a VIP upgrade to get bonus content from the designer.
Skill level: intermediate Author: Marly Bird
photo by Marly Bird / ravelry.com
2. Winter Poncho
What may look like a granny stitch to the untrained eye, is in fact a variation on block stitch. It’s equally easy to crochet, but the texture is more boxy and graphic. Shantilee used a fantastic multicolored yarn for her version of this project. You can see in the photos how textural and chunky the turtleneck is – a perfect choice for chilly weather.
Skill level: upper beginner Author: Jeanne Steinhilber, this version by Shantilee
photo by Shantilee / ravelry.com
3. Hot Cocoa Poncho
This lovely piece is made with the Tunisian crochet honeycomb stitch. If you are not familiar with it, it’s a good time to explore this territory. Stripes on the collar are optional, but they give the poncho a hint of sophistication. Grab your Tunisian crochet hook and try making this textural beauty today!
Level: intermediate Author: Toni Lipsey
4. Skylark Fringe Poncho
Oh, we are absolutely charmed! This pattern for a poncho released by Katarina Damjanovic is certainly among the most interesting crochet ideas we have come upon in the last weeks. Just imagine how awesome this texture must feel!
Level: intermediate Author: Katarina Damjanovic
5. Vienna Wrap Poncho
Can you believe that this poncho by CrochetDreamz is worked only from two rectangles? This is the perfect example of the magic of crochet! If you would like to master a beautiful new stitch and have something special in your wardrobe for this season, you know what to do.
Level: intermediate Author: CrochetDreamz