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Crochet Woodland Splendor Poncho

Feb 12, 2024 06:15 AM
Crochet Woodland Splendor Poncho

Experience the enchanting beauty of the Crochet Woodland Splendor Poncho, a true masterpiece that will transport you to a magical forest. This exquisite garment is meticulously handcrafted using the finest quality yarn, ensuring both comfort and durability. The intricate crochet work showcases the skill and artistry of the talented artisans who bring this poncho to life. The rich earthy tones and delicate patterns evoke the essence of a serene woodland, where sunlight filters through the leaves and birdsong fills the air. Whether you're strolling through nature or attending a special occasion, this poncho will effortlessly elevate your style and make you feel like a woodland goddess. With its versatile design and luxurious feel, the Crochet Woodland Splendor Poncho is a must-have addition to any fashion-forward wardrobe.


  • 6.5 mm “K” crochet hook
  • 4 balls of Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in “Taupe” (each ball is 170 yards)
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape or ruler
  • Stitch Marker


  • Finished rectangle (before seaming): 18 inches wide and 45 inches long

Abbreviations and Tutorial Links:

  • Chain (ch)
  • Double Crochet (dc)


Ch 57 (multiple of 4+1 if you need to increase or decrease the width of the poncho)

Row 1: In the 6th ch from the hook, work (dc, ch 2 , dc) *skip 3 ch, then in the next ch work (dc, ch 2, dc), rpt from * to last 3 ch, skip the next 2 ch, then work a dc in the last ch.

Row 2: Ch3 and turn, *work 4 dc in the ch 2 space (from previous row). Repeat to the end of the row, then work a dc in the turning chain space.

Row 3: Ch 4 and turn (note this turning ch has one extra ch, because this forms part of the first “v” of the row). Work a dc in the space between the first 2 dc. *skip 4 dc, then work (dc, ch 2, dc) in the space before the next group of 4 dc, repeat from * across. Work dc, ch 1, dc in the turning chain space.

Row 4: Ch 3 and turn. Work 2 dc in the ch 1 space (from previous row) * skip 2 dc, the work 4 dc in the ch 2 space, repeat from * across. Work 3 dc in the turning chain space.

Row 5: Ch 3 and turn. Skip the first 3 dc from the previous row. *Work (dc, ch 2, dc) in the space before the next group, skip 4 dc, repeat from * across, then work a dc in the turning ch space.

Repeat rows 2-5 until piece measures 45 inches long or until is is large enough to comfortably wrap around the wearer with no stretching of the stitches. Seam the bottom edge to the side edge on the other end as shown in the diagram below:

Fasten off and weave in any ends that remain.

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