Sea Glaze Poncho
The Sea Glaze Poncho is a pretty topper, perfect layered over skirts, slacks, shorts, jeans… whatever you like! It has a lacy stitch that makes it a little lighter for those chilly summer, spring or fall nights.
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I made a simple, clean border, but I think it would take on a cool boho look if you added a bit of fringe, right? The color work is all courtesy of the yarn. Red Heart sent me some Super Saver Stripes yarn for this project and I love the long color changes. The colors are vibrant and clean and the yarn is pleasant to work with, just like the usual super saver!
I sized this poncho from Baby to and including 5X!
See the coordinating Sea Glaze Hat pattern too!
Size: Baby, Child, Young Adult, Adult
- Worsted Weight yarn, I used Red Heart Super Saver Stripes – 236 yards per skein, in color Cool Stripe (see yardage in table below)
- Hook US I/5.50 or size needed to obtain the gauge
- Yarn needle for weaving in ends
Gauge: 15 dc x 8 Rows = 4″ (10 cm); Stitch multiple 6 + 2
BP: Back Post
dc: double crochet
FP: Front Post
hdc: half double crochet
sc: single crochet
sl st: slip stitch
- Pattern written in US terms
- Repeat instructions between [ ] as specified
- Weave ends as you work
Panel – Make 2
Row 1: Ch the number of stitches indicated in the last column of the chart above based on the size you are making, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch. (Your stitch count throughout will be 1 st less than your beginning chain)
Row 2: Ch3 (counts as dc here and throughout), turn, [ch2, skip 2, sc in next st, ch2, skip 2, dc in next st] repeat to end.
Row 3 (Right Side Row): Ch3, turn, [5dc in next sc, dc in next dc], repeat to end.
Repeat Rows 2 and 3 (ending with a Row 2 repeat) until piece measures 1” less than the width measurement from the chart above.
Turn to work down short side to make a neat end for joining (you only work down one short end, NOT all around the panel), ch1, 2sc in side of each row to end. Fasten off.
Match sts as shown in photo, working through both loops, slip stitch across to join. Fasten off.
Repeat for second side.
Round 1: Join one st to the right of center V, ch1, sc in same st, sc in V join, sc evenly to next V, sc in V join, sc evenly to end, join with sl st to first st. Be sure to have an even number of stitches and the same number of stitches on either side of V at seams.
Round 2: Ch1, starting in same st, hdc3tog (you will use the center st of the V plus the one before and after it), work hdc in each st to next V, hdc3tog, hdc to end, join with sl st to first hdc.
Round 3: Ch1, hdc in hdc3tog, [FPdc around next st, BPdc around next st], repeat to next hdc3tog, hdc in the hdc3tog, repeat between [ ] to end, join with sl st to first hdc.
For 6-12 and 12-24month size, skip to Last Round. For all other sizes work Rounds 4 and 5.
Rounds 4 and 5: Ch1, skip first FPdc,* [BPdc around next BPdc, FPdc around next FPdc]*, repeat until there is one to BPdc and FPdc before the next V, FPdc2tog over the next 2 FPdc (work over the next two FPdc skipping the sts between); repeat between * to end, FPdc2tog over the next 2 FPdc, join with sl st to first post st.
Last Round: Ch1, sc in each st to end, join with sl st to first st. Fasten off.
Round 1: Join at bottom point, ch1, 3sc in same st, sc evenly to next point, 3sc in point, sc evenly to end, join with sl st to first st. Note: I work 2sc in the side of each dc row and 1 sc in each st when working along rows. Just be sure your hem lies flat and you have the same number of stitches on either side of the Vs.
Round 2: Sl st into corner st, ch1, 3sc in corner, sc in each st to next corner, 3sc in corner, sc in each st to end, join with sl st to first st. Fasten off.
Repeat Round 2 until border is desired width – I did 3 rounds in total.
Add fringe if desired.
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