Monday, May 25, 2015

Sand and Sea Poncho Free Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

The Sand and Sea Poncho 
Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach

Itis a uniquely designed poncho in 
that it is not pointed or round, It is rectangle.
It is casual enough to wear over your shorts,
 jeans or swimsuit, but also very classy, 
and would look great over a sundress.

And because it is stitched in a rectangle shape,
 it can be used as a lightweight throw as well.

I designed this poncho with
Because I wanted it to be durable, 
hold it's shape and of course, washable.

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Sand And Sea Poncho Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
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I am Spray blocking it.
Skill: Easy

Hook : I
Yarn – Worsted Weight (4) 15 oz
            I used Red Heart –Spa Blue Fleck (C1) - 2 skeins (10oz)
            Warm Brown (C2) – 1 skein (5 oz)
Yarn needle for weaving in ends.

Stitches –
Chain (ch)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Triple Crochet (tr)
Foundation Double Crochet (FDC)
Skip (sk)
Space (sp)

SizeMeasures Approx. 20 X 40 inches.

Notes – Ch 1 at beginning or ends of rows do not count as a st.
When changing colors we will ch1, after the color change.

R : 1 –With C2, FDC 97 sts, turn ch1 ( 97 FDC)
Optional Start – ch 98, 1 dc in the 2nd ch from the hook and
 in each ch across, turn, ch1

R : 2 – 1 Tr in the 1st 2 dc, sk 2 dc, *tr in the next st, 
cross back and tr in the 2nd sk dc, ch1, sk2*
Repeat From * to * across row 30 times, 
for a total of 31 tr cross over sts,
Tr in the last 2 dc, turn ch1 (31 TR crossover sts, 4 tr)

R : 3 – 1 dc in each st and ch across row, turn, (97 dc)

R : 4 – Change to C1, ch1,  1dc in the 1st 2 dc, sk 2dc, 
*dc, ch1, dc in the next st, ch1, sk 2 dc*
Repeat from * to * across row, 1 dc in the last 2 dc, turn, ch1. 
(23 V sts, 4 dc)

R : 5 – 1dc in the 1st 2 sts,  *ch1, 3dc in the ch1 sp of the next V st* 
Repeat From * to * across row, ch1,
Dc in the last 2 dc, turn, c1 (23 clusters, 4 dc)

R : 6 – 1Dc in the 1st 2 dc, *Ch1,  dc,ch1, dc  in the 2nd dc
 ( center dc of the cluster)* Repeat From * to * Across Row, 
ch1, dc in the last 2 dc, turn, ch 2 (23 V sts, 4dc)

R : 7 – Repeat R : 5
R : 8 – Repeat R : 6
R : 9-15 – Continue to repeat R : 5 and R : 6 Alternating Rows.

R : 16 –Change to C2, 1 sc in each st and ch across, turn, ch 1 ( 97sc)
R : 17 – 1 sc in each sc, turn, ch 2 (97 sc)

R : 18 – Change to C1, Repeat R : 4
R : 19 –30  -  Repeat R : 5-15

R : 31 –Change to C2, 1 dc, in each st and ch across, turn, ch1 (97dc)

R : 32 – Forming the neck opening, 1 tr in 1st 2 dc, sk3 dc,
 *tr in the next st, cross back and tr in the 2nd sk dc, ch1, sk2*
 Repeat From * to * 8 more times, ( 9 crossover sts) ch1,
 1 tr in the next 2 dc,Ch 31, sk 31 dc, join to next dc with a TR, 
  Tr in next st, sk 3 dc,
Repeat From * to * 9 times, skip 2 sts, 1 tr in the last 2 sts, turn
(2tr, 9 crossover sts, 2tr, ch 31, sk 31, 2 Tr, 9 crossover sts, 2 tr)

R : 33- 1 dc in each st and ch across, turn ( 97 dc)
R : 34 – Repeat R :4
R : 35-46  -- Repeat  R : 5-R : 12
R : 47 -  Repeat R : 16
R : 48 - Repeat R : 17
R : 49 –Repeat R : 4
R : 50-R : 61 – Repeat R : 5- R : 15
R : 62 – Repeat R: 31
R : 63 – Repeat R : 2
R : 64 –Repeat R : 62, tie off and weave in your ends.

Side Trim – Attach c2, to the bottom edge of the one of the sides,
 dc evenly down the side by stitching 2 dc in the end of each row,
 tie off at the end of the row and do the same 
for the other side of the poncho.
I named This Poncho Sand and Sea Poncho
 because of the colors
 I chose to make it with. 
But also it is perfect for wearing to the beach, 
or even boating.
It is the perfect take a long for any
 outing or vacation. 


Marsha Hicks said...

I love your sense of hummer it"s like mine I also love being a Christian too And this Pattern is a must make Marsha

everwanderearth said...

I'm so confused. I have ripped this out, and redone it several times, and I cannot for the life of me figure out how I'm supposed to get only 23 v stitch, and 23 clusters. I keep coming up with the same 31 as I had down for the treble clusters. I have counted and counted and counted and it still keeps coming up completely different then what the pattern is written out to.
I give up.

Unknown said...

I like to know for what size is this. I am a 2x and I don 't know if I have to put more stitches. I like that but I need your answer.