Free Adult Fishnet Poncho Pattern

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  • Adult Fishnet Poncho
  • Teal Adult Fishnet Poncho
  • Teal Adult Fishnet Poncho

Easy Skill

 

Size: One size fits most adults.

          54" around bottom edge x 26" long

 

Materials: Crochet Cotton (size 3)

            Teal, Blue, Pink or White (MC) –

750 yds (675 meters)

            White (CC) – 20 yds (18 meters)

Model made with Aunt Lydia's® Fashion Crochet Thread

 

Crochet Hook: Steel # 00 or aluminum size E or size needed to obtain gauge. One size larger hook for tie.

 

Gauge: 4 Rnds and 2 ch-4 sps = 1"

 

Abbreviations

ch

chain

rnd

round

CC

contrasting color

sc

single crochet(s)

dc

double crochet

sl st(es)

slip stitch(es)

lp(s)

loop(s)

sp(s)

space(s)

MC

main color

st(s)

stitch(es)

rep

repeat

yo

yarn over

 

Special Stitches

shell:(dc, ch 1) 5 times in same sp.

 

Directions

Starting at neck edge, with MC and smaller hook, ch 156, being careful not to twist ch, join with sl st in first ch to form ring.

 

Rnd 1 (right side): Ch 1, sc in same ch as joining, (ch 4, skip next 2 ch, sc in next ch) 51 times, end; ch 1, join with dc to first sc to form last sp. (52 ch-4 sps)

Rnd 2:Ch 1, sc in first sp, (ch 4, sc in next sp) 4 times, ch 4, (sc, ch 4, sc) in next sp,

(ch 4, sc in next sp) 25 times, ch 4, (sc, ch 4, sc) in next sp, (ch 4, sc in next sp) 20 times, ch 1, join with dc to first sc to form last sp. (54 ch-4 sps) (2 ch-4 sp increases)

Rnd 3-4:Ch 1, sc in first sp, (ch 4, sc in next sp) 63 times, ch 1, join with dc to first sc to form last sp. (54 ch-4 sps)

Rnd 5:Ch 1, sc in first sp, (ch 4, sc in next sp) 6 times, ch 4, (sc, ch 4, sc) in next sp (mark this sp), (ch 4, sc in next sp) 26 times, ch 4, (sc, ch 4, sc) in next sp (mark this sp), (ch 4, sc in next sp) 19 times, ch 1, join with dc to first sc to form last sp. (56 ch-4 sps)

 

 

Adult Fishnet Poncho

 

#FP190

Original Design By: Maggie Weldon

 

Pattern Rnds

Rnd 6-7:Ch 1, sc in first sp, (ch 4, sc in next sp) around to last sp; end, ch 1, join with dc to first sc to form last sp. (56 ch-4 sps)

Rnd 8:Ch 1, sc in first sp, * ch 4, (sc in next sp, ch 4) around to marked sp of 2 Rnds previous, (sc, ch 4, sc) in next sp (this sp will be directly over marked sp) (mark this sp), rep from * once more, (ch 4, sc in next sp) around to last sp, ch 1, join with dc to first sc to form last sp. (2 increases)

Rnds 9-56: Repeat Pattern Rnds 6-8 sixteen times more.

At the end of Rnd 56, there will be 90 ch-4 sps. Finish off and weave in ends.

 

Neck Edging

With right side facing and working in unused ch-2 sps of starting ch, join MC with a sl st in any ch-2 sp, ch 1, (shell in next sp, sl st in next sp, ch 1) around. Finish off. (26 shells) 

 

Tie:With larger hook and 2 strands of CC,

ch 250 and finish off. Weave through Rnd 1 with ends beginning and ending at a marked increase.

 
Fringe

Cut a piece of cardboard 3" wide x 5" long. Wind yarn loosely around the cardboard lengthwise until full. Cut across one end; repeat with MC as needed.

 

Hold together 4 strands; fold in half. Working in ch-4 sps of Rnd 56, with wrong side of Poncho facing and using a crochet hook, draw the folded end up through a space (Fig. 1) and pull the loose ends and yarn tails through the folded end (Fig. 2); draw the knot up tightly. Repeat for fringes in ch-4 sps of Rnd 56.

Lay flat on hard surface and trim ends.

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Reviews for Free Adult Fishnet Poncho Pattern
4 out of 5, based on 2 reviews
Therese Cloutier from N/A on May 22, 2011
I just know your product, i want to try it. Its difficult to say it in english for me.
Kim Elwin from N/A on Dec 16, 2009
This was an extremely simple pattern to use!! It turned out beautifully and I had never done anything except afghans before so this was rather unnerving for me at first but everything was explained beautifully! I am excited to try some other patterns to see if I can get a few other gifts taken care of for Christmas this way! Thank you so much for this!!!!