If you’re looking for a fun and stylish free crochet poncho pattern, look no further. I’ve rounded up some of the best free crochet poncho patterns that the internet has to offer from some incredibly talented makers.
Ponchos are a great transitional piece as we transition between seasons or for keeping you warm on cooler evenings that don’t require a jacket. Ponchos are great when worn with jeans! Ponchos for kids are also great. I know when spring hits, my kids can’t wait to shed those winter jackets. But just because they want to shed the jacket, doesn’t mean they necessarily should. Enter the poncho. A great piece to keep them warm and they’re willing to wear it because they think they’re wearing a cape. That’s a win in my books!
I’ve chosen to include a variety of crochet poncho pattern styles to give as much variety as possible. Some of these patterns are available in a variety of sizes or include instructions on how to adjust the pattern to fit your own measurements. A lot of these poncho patterns are also very easy to customize in order to make them your own.
If you have a suggestion for a free crochet poncho pattern that you love that I haven’t included here, let me know in the comments below!
The first pattern in our free crochet poncho pattern round up is this pretty C2C Block Rocking Poncho by Michelle White of Dora Does. I just LOVE the colour gradient in this design. This pattern is labelled as easy and uses the corner to corner crochet technique. The pattern by Dora Does can be found HERE.
Our next free crochet poncho pattern is the Midnight Madness Poncho by Nana’s Crafty Home. This pattern is available in several sizes and uses a simple two row repeat so it’s a great pattern for crocheting on-the-go or when binging your favourite show. The pattern by Nana’s Crafty Home can be found HERE.
The Play-Off Poncho by Moogly is a free crochet poncho pattern that is available in sizes XS – 5X. It’s easily customizable and it’s made in a simple stitch so it’s accessible for beginners wanting to take a stab at their first poncho. Get the pattern HERE.
The Secret Paths Poncho by Pattern Princess is available in one size and the pattern states it should fit a size medium/large best. This poncho is made by sewing two triangles together and it has an easy, rhythmic stitch repeat. Check out the free poncho pattern HERE.
This pattern is a Tunisian Crochet Pattern by Raffamussa Designs. It’s called the Misty Grey Poncho and it is available HERE on the Underground Crafter blog. This poncho is available in the following sizes: XS/S, M/L, XL/2X.
This is The Lucky Penny Poncho by Sincerely Pam and it is available in child’s size. This pattern uses Lion Brand Mandala Tweed Yarn in the colourway Lucky Penny (check out my review of this yarn here). This version of the pattern comes in children’s small, medium and large sizes HERE.
The child-sized version of the Lucky Penny Poncho was so popular that Pam wrote up the pattern for adult sizes too! Check out the adult sizes of the Lucky Penny Poncho by Sincerely Pam HERE.
The Perfect Fall Poncho from Moogly is so pretty and would look awesome paired with jeans. I’d personally wear it any season. It has a beautiful texture and is easily adjusted to fit your personal size. Get the pattern HERE.
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Kids love ponchos too! This cute little poncho is called The Pretty Poncho by Evelyn Blayne. It is available in one size and I love that this was created for the designer’s daughter so she could have something warm and safe to wear in her car seat. Get the pattern HERE.
The Vincent Cloak by Knot Bad promises to be a cozy addition to your wardobe. It’s made with Lion Brand Thick and Quick Yarn and should work up quickly. Get your the pattern HERE.
The Moroccan Weekend Wrap is a poncho style wrap pattern from Moogly. This poncho is really unique. It has two differently coloured panels and can be worn in a variety of ways. Get the pattern HERE.
I couldn’t resist adding this Momma’s Little Gobbler Turkey Hooded Cape by Edyth Blayne to this list. It is just too adorable and I love it. Although you may think this is a seasonal item that can be worn for Thanksgiving, I’d argue this is a great poncho for kids anytime. Kids will get a big kick out of it and it’s sure to garnish tons of compliments when worn out in public. Get the pattern HERE.
The Ragged Falls Poncho is another adorable make by Sincerely Pam. This free crochet poncho pattern is available in children’s sizes, all the way up to 5X adult sizes. Yay for size inclusivity! This would be a great mommy and me poncho set. Get the pattern HERE.
I hope you have enjoyed this free crochet poncho pattern round up! Check out some of my other free crochet pattern round ups: Free Crochet Dress Pattern Round Up, Free Flamingo Crochet Pattern Round Up, Crochet Spring Shawl and Wrap Round Up, Free Crochet Sweater Pattern Round Up.
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