Spring Flowers Poncho (3 child sizes)

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Spring Flowers Poncho (3 child sizes) Pattern


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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • chain, single crochet, double crochet, slip stitch

Pattern Description:

This lightweight flower poncho is perfect for Spring and Summer! The easy-to-follow pattern includes instructions to make 3 sizes of the poncho and 2 flowers sizes. Stitch counts are provided at the end of each row/round and full color photos are provided for ease of use. Written in American English according to Yarn Council standards and guidelines.

What people are saying about the Spring Flowers Poncho:

"This pattern was one of the most professionally and clearly written patterns I have seen in a few years. You have clearly taken the time to write out the directions in simplest terms. I love the final outcome!" ~Miranda

"Pattern was very easy to follow (as all your patterns are)." ~Trisha

"I LOVE how it turned out! As always, I think the pattern is written VERY well, very easy to follow." ~Emma

"It turned out awesome! Finished measurements were spot on, and the directions were easy to follow. I LOVED this pattern!" ~Katie

"This really works up nicely, and I would definitely recommend it!" ~Tera

"Its adorable! I think you did a wonderful job with the poncho and its really quick and super easy to make!" ~Stacy


12 scs and 15 rows = approx. 4 in.
Pattern repeat (Rows 2-5) = approx. 2 in. high

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Child Small (approx. 2-4); Child Medium (approx. 6-8); Child Large (approx. 10-12)


  • H hook,I hook, lighter weight worsted-weight yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • tapestry needle, safety pins or stitch markers

About Designer

About Designer

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My name is Kara and I am a crochet blogger, designer, and instructor. My blog, Petals to Picots (http://www.petalstopicots.com), is a celebration of crochet and other fiber arts. It is filled with helpful information and tutorials, gorgeous photography and inspiration, and boasts over 75 free crochet patterns (and counting!).

I first learned to crochet from my grandmother when I was 9 years ...

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