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Crochet Puff Poncho with two rectangles

Hello my crochet friends!

I love to crochet and wear ponchos all the time, they are perfect for almost any season and for all kinds of occasions. 

This crochet PUFF PONCHO with wonderful colorful design is made up of 2 rectangles. In this my new design, the rectangle has amazing PUFF pattern. This PUFF pattern makes the poncho really warm and soft and so pleasant.
Try this wonderful design for PUFF poncho to make a great piece for yourself or for your friends & family!

This poncho is perfect from spring to fall time - I love to wear it for this transition period between summer and fall time.

The poncho is worked in rows, back and forth. There are created two rectangles, then sewn together to make a poncho. 



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So let me now get started and tell you what you will need in order to crochet this amazing PUFF PONCHO WITH 2 RECTANGLES.

This PUFF poncho is very fun and quick to make.
The pattern uses only basic crochet stitches - PUFF stitches, single crochets and chains.
The pattern was made with yarn PRYIA Vlnika 
For this poncho M size you will need 4 skeins of PRYIA yarn. 

You will need 4 balls for M size.

Scissors and tapestry needle

Crochet hook: 7.0 mm

Difficulty Level: Level 1 – Easy, for beginners

US crochet terms:

SlSt – slip stitch
CH/s – chain/s

SC - single crochet
DS - double crochet

SK - skip
T - turn
ST/s - stitch(es)
REP - repeat
YO – yarn over


Special stitches used:
*insert hook around chain stitch, pick up strand and pull it through until it is approx. 2 cm = 3/4" long, make a yarn over *, repeat from * to * a total of 3 times = 6 loops on hook, make a yarn over and pull it through all loops on hook, fix puff stitch with 1 chain stitch.


1) Before you start take a measurement of height of your body and a body measurement (please see the final measurement of the poncho below).

2) This pattern is for Medium Woman size, but you can easily adapt to a smaller size or bigger size just by making the rectangles bigger or smaller. 

Make the rectangle bigger or smaller just by reducing or increasing the number of rows.
Remember that when making your poncho bigger you will need more yarn.
3) A ch3 at beg of the round counts as a stitch throughout. 

4) The project is made up of 2 rectangles crocheted together. 
One rectangle for my size measures (width x length): 17,8 inch x 33 inch // 45 x 84 cm

V-neckline hole: one side is 20 cm / 8 inch. In total 80 cm / 32 inch

*Measurements are taken from the garment lying flat, before the yarn has stretched out/dropped.




This poncho is made from two crochet rectangles that are crocheted together to form the V-neck hole. 

The number of stitches you begin with is the width of your rectangle.
The number of rows you work is the length of your rectangle. 

You will need to crochet 2 rectangles of the same size before completing.

You will continue working the rows until your poncho measures the provided length.




The crochet PUFF PONCHO can easily be adapted to a smaller size or bigger size. 
The pattern is easy to adjust to fit different sizes from Toddler to Adult sizes.

See a chart how to make sizes that really fit, from toddlers to adult. 





Foundation Chain - a multiple of 4 + 1 (13 x 4 + 1) 53 chains

R1: ch1 (1sc), 1sc in 2nd chain from hook, ch1, sk 1 ch, 1sc in next st *ch1, sk 1, 1sc in next st* repeat  from * to * till end of row, 1sc in last st, turn (25 ch1spaces )

R2: ch3(1dc), 1puff st in 1st ch1sp, ch1, 1puff st in same ch1sp, ch1, *skip ch1sp, 1puff st in next ch1sp, ch1, 1puff st in same ch1sp* repeat from * to * till end of row, 1dc in last st (13 pairs of puff stitches and ch1 between them)


Repeat R2 until you reach the desired length of your rectangle. 

For Medium Woman size I made 46 rows. 

Repeat the R1 - R46 and make the second rectangle. 



ASSEMBLY: Join rectangles

Place 2 rectangles like this.

With your yarn and hook you will now join the squares together, making sure they are right sides together.

Remember not to make your stitches too tight and not too loose. 


Lay both rectangles out in front of you. Make sure they’re both going in the same direction-that one isn’t upside down.

Place one vertical and one horizontal, so they form an L shape.


On the wrong side, sew or crochet together where they meet.


I used single crochet stitches to join the rectangles.

Now that your poncho is assembled you will hide all loose tails in the wrong side of your work and turn it right side facing you.

Fasten off, hide all loose tails in the back of your work and you are all done my friends.


You just created a beautiful PUFF Poncho! 


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