How often do you catch yourself standing in front of the mirror out of outfit ideas for in-between seasons? Here we come to your rescue. The answer is poncho! This unique piece of clothing will keep you warm in style when colder days come. Lightweight, breathable and comfortable, a crochet poncho is the perfect idea for a smooth transition period, no matter if it’s early spring or the middle of fall. The designs we’ve found for today are super easy to make and so stylish they should be on the covers of magazines! Don’t forget to follow our Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest if you’re looking for more inspiration.
Coffee & Cream Poncho Free Crochet Pattern
Level: upper beginner Author: Elena Hunt
Soft, warm and inspired by the perfect cup of latte macchiato we all dream of on a cold morning. The Coffee & Cream Poncho is a real gem among crochet patterns, unquestionably! You will find all the instructions you need here and here.
Tunisian Lace Poncho Free Crochet Pattern
Level: upper beginner Author: Jamie Swiatek
We love this design for the lace-like pattern, pretty edging and fabulous bow tied on one shoulder. And, obviously, for this unique deep plum shade that makes this poncho perfect for fall! You will find the project here.
Sunset Poncho Free Crochet Pattern
Level: upper beginner Author: Crochet Dreamz
The colors of the earth compliment every hair color and skin tone. That’s why it’s always a good idea to use them while crocheting clothes and accessories, especially when they’re meant as gifts. Will you give this one to yourself or to a special friend? The pattern you need is available here.
Hot Cocoa Poncho Free Crochet Pattern
Level: intermediate Author: Toni Lipsey
Cowl Neck Ponchos are definitely at the top of the list when it comes to the biggest fashion trends for fall. This one has a cool minimalistic vibe to it and will keep you warm and trendy throughout the fall! Look for the pattern here.
Dragonfly Poncho Crochet Pattern
Level: intermediate Author: Maria Bittner/Mulupointu
The dragonfly motif on this poncho is simply adorable, isn’t it? We also love the girly shade of pink and the trendy ombré effect. So, what’s the X factor here? We can’t decide! The original pattern is available here and this particular version here.