Candy Corn Poncho and Hat Set Crochet Pattern

SKU: PA349 - 01


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Watch Maggie review this cute Candy Corn Poncho and Hat Set!

Design by: Maggie Weldon

Skill Level: Easy

Size: Hat: 17-19" in diameter; Poncho: X-Small (24 mo) – 19-20" chest; Small (2-4) – 21-24" chest; Medium (6-8) – 25-27" chest; Large (10-12) – 28-30" chest.

Materials: Worsted Weight Yarn;
White (A) – 1 ½ (1 ¾, 2, 2 ¼) oz, 70 (82, 94, 105) yds  [42 (50, 56, 63) grams, 56 (66, 75, 84) meters] Orange(B) – 4 ¾ (5 ½, 6 ¼, 7) oz, 223 (260, 294, 330) yds [133 (154, 175m 196) grams, 178 (208, 235, 264) meters] Yellow (C) –  2 ½ (2 ¾, 3, 3 ½) oz, 118 (130, 141, 165) yds  [70 (77, 84, 98) grams, 95 (104, 113, 132) meters] Yarn Needle

Crochet Hook: Size G-6 (4 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge.

Gauge: 4 groups of 3-dc & 7 rnds = 4"

Candy Corn Poncho & Hat Set Crochet Pattern  

Grace shows off this adorable Candy Corn Set. Your child can steal the show with this delightful Crochet Pattern!

The fall season won't be complete without a festive poncho and hat to wear when the temperatures begin to cool. The Candy Corn Poncho and Hat Set Crochet Pattern comes through for you with fun colors that will delight the girl that gets to wear this combination. The color palette mimics the colors of a piece of candy corn. Your child will steal the show with this delightful crochet design. The poncho has an open-work crochet design with a fringe bottom and lightly ruffled crochet collar. The hat follows the same color pattern and open-work crochet stitches, with a lightly ruffled brim. This festive fall crochet set is light and comfortable. Head out to a fall festival or Halloween party in style. All eyes will be on your little girl.

Candy Corn Poncho and Hat Set Crochet Pattern uses easy crochet stitches for both the poncho and hat. This easy crochet pattern is a delightful set available in sizes from a child's X-Small (size 24 months) up to a child's Large (size 10-12). The hat fits most child head sizes with a diameter of 17 to 19 inches. While your child must has a candy corn inspired poncho and hat, you can also use this pattern to make the items in other colors. You will get plenty of variety with this crochet pattern, starting with festive fun for the fall season. This crochet poncho will get plenty of wear when the temperatures cool and the leaves start to fall from the trees.

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Reviews for Candy Corn Poncho and Hat Set Crochet Pattern
4 out of 5, based on 1 reviews
Gabi from Texas on Oct 17, 2013
This pattern is an absolute delight to make, and your work will result in a beautiful, practical garment that can be worn - due to the neutral and functional design - from the first chilly days until Thanksgiving. I give the pattern four stars instead of five, since I noticed a few things that I'd like to share with you to make your journey through this pattern a five star experience.

I just finished my last set - I tried all sizes - using Knitpicks Brava Sport yarn. The sizes turn out perfectly. To make larger hats for the two larger sizes I switched to Brava Worsted, which is the same yarn a little bit thicker. I did this because just using larger hooks as suggested in the pattern makes the hats for the larger sizes somewhat "wobbly". You could probably also double the thinner yarn to achieve a similar result.

I'm left-handed. The only thing I had to change when following the pattern was for the Collar, Rnd 1. Replace "join A with a sl st in sp to the RIGHT of a shell" with "join A with a sl st in sp to the LEFT of a shell", and everything else will fall into place as instructed.

I did struggle a bit with Row 1 of the Collar, probably because I was brought up crocheting following charted patterns. The "*" repeats were confusing, but once I made it through the first collar, the rule is simple: Spread 5 shells evenly around the collar, and fill the gaps with 3dc ch 1.

Bonus suggestion: I used some of the leftover yarn to make a little candy cane shaped purse to go along with the set. Just start at the bottom and crochet about 45 sc in rounds, about 5 rounds yellow, 10 rounds orange, 5 rounds white. After 8 rows from the beginning start to gently decrease towards the top (I decreased 2 stitches on opposite ends of the rounds every other row until about 31 stitches). Put some handles on top, close the bottom seam and hold it in a little bit, and you're done. Probably a purse too small for trick-or-treat, if you are into that, but definitely big enough for a little girl's secret treasures.