Cowl Hooded Poncho Crochet Pattern

I love this style because it’s somewhere in between a poncho and a hooded capelet, which means you can create a variety of looks from it.

It’s very warm because it uses super bulky yarn, but is also not too heavy so it’s great for layering over lighter pieces.

Depending on the size you choose, this project can either crochet up very quickly or be a great project to work on over time.

Whatever you choose to use this poncho for, I know you’ll love it just as much as I do! Get started on this beautiful poncho by grabbing a crochet kit  I've put up for you. 


SKILL/DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Easy
APPROX. FINISHED SIZE: Pattern is written in a child and petite sizes, with changes for medium, large, and X-large.
MATERIALS:
     Yarn: Berroco Comfort- Chunky (bulky weight)
     Size: Child and Petite
          Color Option A: 5 skeins in 5720 Hummus
          Color Option B: 5 skeins in 5717 Raspberry Coulis
     Yardage: 624 yds
     Size: Medium & Larger
          Color A: 6 skeins in 5720 Hummus
          Color B: 6 skein in 5770 Ash Grey
     Yardage: 832 yds
     **or pick the color of your choice
TOOLS:
     Hook(s) size: Susan Bates P-hook, 11.50mm or Boye Q-hook
     Yarn Needle
     Sharp Scissors

Each PDF pattern is written using U.S. crochet terminology and comes with a printable "Crochet Help, Tips and FAQs".

Please Note: Recommended Yarns are not the actual color but just similar to the colors featured in the images. This is a CROCHET PATTERN listing, not the physical product.

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