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Crochet for the summer Crochet pattern for a poncho with lace pattern

It gets warmer outside and the clothes we wear are more airy. So how about this coming summer, with this poncho with lace pattern?

With its color, the poncho can be wonderfully combined with other garments.
Photo: DROPS Design A / S

Size: S / M - L / XL - XXL / XXXL

You need this for the poncho:

  • DROPS PARIS by Garnstudio (belongs to the yarn group C), 900-1100-1300 g color 29, light ice blue (to find alternatives in the PDF of the manual under the article)
  • DROPS CROCHET NO. 4.5 - or needle size needed to obtain the following stitch sample: 16 sticks and 9 rows = 10 cm in width and 10 cm in height

Notes on the instructions:

THE NEEDS YOU CAN FIND IN THE PDF OF THE INSTRUCTIONS UNDER THE ARTICLE.

TEMPLATE:
See diagrams A.1 to A.5.

CROCHET INFO:
Replace the first chopsticks at the beginning of the round with 3 air stitches. Finish the round with 1 sliver stitch in the 3rd round of the beginning of the round, then crochet the slivers to the middle of the bow.

DECREASE TIP - 2 DOUBLE STICKS COLLAPSE:
Do not pick up 1 double swath around the bow, but do not pick the thread last time (= 2 noose on the crochet hook), skip 1 solid stitch and get 1 double swath around the next loop and then the last time and through all loops on the crochet hook pull.

INCREASE TIP:
Increase 1 stick by crocheting 2 sticks in the same stitch.

And this is how it's done:

PONCHO:
The poncho is crocheted in rounds from top to bottom. First increase at the front center, at the back center and at both shoulders, then increase only at the front and rear center.

Cast on 156-166-166 meshes with Paris with crochet hook No. 4.5 and close with 1 warp stitch in the first loop of air to the ring. Crochet 3 loops - read HÄKELINFO! Then each 1 stick in the next 5-3-3 air mesh, skip * 1 mesh, each 1 stick in the next 5 air mesh *, from * - * work a total of 25-27-27 x = 130-138-138 sticks + 3 Air mesh at the beginning of the round. BE AWARE OF MESH TASTING!

Now add 6 markers from the beginning of the round (without crocheting): skip the 1 marker in the 1st stick of the round (ie in the stick after the 3 air stitches = back center), 24-26-26 sticks, 1 marker in the next stick (= Shoulder), skip 14 sticks, put 1 marker in the next stick (= shoulder), skip 24-26-26 sticks, put 1 mark in the next stick (= front center), skip 24-26-26 sticks, 1 mark in the next chopstick (= shoulder), skip 14 chopsticks, put 1 marker in the next chopstick (= shoulder), now there are 24-26-26 chopsticks left between the last marker and the beginning of the round.

A.1 HACKING AS FOLLOWS:
Crochet the 1st round as follows: A.1A into the first / next chopsticks with marker (= front center / back center), A.1C work a total of 12-13-13x, A.1D into the next chopstick with marker (= Shoulder increase), A.1E work a total of 7 times, work A.1D in the next chopstick with marker (= shoulder increase), A.1E in total 12-13-13 x *, work from * - * a total of 2 times.
Crochet the 2nd round as follows: * A.1A (= front center / back center), A.1B, A.1C total 12-13-13 x, A.1D (= shoulder increase), A.1E total 7 times work, A.1D (= shoulder increase), A.1E total work 12-13-13 x, A.1F *, work from * - * a total of 2 times. Until the 6.-7.-8. Crochet round of A.1. There are now 108-128-132 stitches between the front center bow and the rear center bow (= a total of 216-256-264 stitches + 1 airlock at the front and back center). The work has a length of about 8-9-10 cm in crochet direction (just measured at the edge of the shoulder down shoulder).

ROUND WITH STICKS:
Crochet 1 round with chopsticks, doing 2 chopsticks + 3 air stitches + 2 chopsticks around the centerline and at the same time adjust the number of chopsticks as follows: S / M - XXL / XXXL: 1-1 sticks along both sides between front center / Increase back center (= 2-2 sticks in total) - Read INCREASE TIP L / XL: remove 7 sticks along both sides between front center / rear center (= 14 sticks removed) - READ DECREASE TIP. There are now 113-125-137 stitches between the front center bow and the rear center bow (= 226-250-274 stitches in total + 1 bow in the front and back center).
PLEASE NOTE: Now do not increase your shoulders, but only at the front and back center of the poncho!

A.2 / A.3 HACKING AS FOLLOWS:
* A.3A (= centerline of the air), A.3B over 3 sticks, A.2 (= 12 stitches) for a total of 9-10-11x in width, A.3C over the next 2 sticks *, from * - * work twice in total. In the 9th round, increase 12-24-36 chopsticks evenly distributed on both sides of A.3A (ie increase 24-48-72 sticks in total in the round) = 145-169-193 chopsticks each between the center-mesh arch and the air-mesh arch the rear center (= a total of 290-338-386 sticks + 1 air mesh in the front and back center) - Read INCREASE TIP.
The work has a length of about 19-20-21 cm crochet from the stop edge.

A.4 / A.5 HACKING AS FOLLOWS:
* A.5A (= centerline), A.5B, A.4 (= 24 stitches) for a total of 6-7-8x in width, A.5C over the next ball *, from * - * in total 2 times work. When A.5 was crocheted in height, 19 rounds were crocheted, crocheting round 20 as follows: * A.5D, A.5E over 1 stick, A.5F total 7 times in width, A.4 (= 24 stitches) a total of 6-7-8x in width, A.5F total 7x in width, A.5G *, work from * - * a total of 2 times. When A.4 / A.5 is crocheted in height, there are 211-235-259 sticks between the front center bow and the rear center bow (= a total of 422-470-518 sticks + 1 loop of air mesh each) in the front and back center).
The work has a length of about 46-47-48 cm crochet from the stop edge.

THE 2nd AND THIRD ROUND OF A.1 HACKING AS FOLLOWS:
Start one mid-bow and crochet on the 3rd round of the chart.
* A.1A (= center square bow), A.1C until the next square bow (crochet the last stitch only over 1 st in the first round) *, work from * - * a total of 2 times. Repeat rounds 2 and 3 until crocheting for a total of 4-8-10 rounds.
The work has a length of about 51-56-59 cm crochet from the stop edge.

ROUND WITH STICKS:
Crochet 1 round with chopsticks and AT THE SAME TIME each 7-5-5 chopsticks evenly distributed along the two sides between front center / back center (= total 14-10-10 sticks removed), crochet as follows: * 2 sticks + 3 air stitches + Place 2 sticks around the centerline of the bow, then 1 stick in each stick and 1 stick around each mesh until the next centerstitch arc *, * from * - * work 2 times = 209-245-269 sticks between the front centerline bow and the mid-air arch in the middle (= 418-490-538 sticks + 1 airlock in the front and back center). Cut the thread.

A.2 / A.3 HACKING AS FOLLOWS:
* A.3A (= midline air-mesh arch), A.3B over 3 sticks, A.2 (= 12 stitches) for a total of 17-20-22 in width, A.3C over the next 2 sticks *, from * - * work twice in total.
When A.2 / A.3 is crocheted in height, there are between 229-265-289 sticks between the front center bow and the rear center bow (= 458-530-578 sticks + 1 each in the front and rear center). The work has a length of about 62-67-70 cm crochet from the stop edge.

EDGE:
Crochet one final edge around the entire poncho as follows: 1 sliver stitch in the first stitch, * 3 stitches, skip 2 stitches, 1 sl st in the next stitch *, repeat from * - * to end of round and finish with 1 slit stitch in the slit stitch of the beginning of the round. Cut the thread and sew it.

Here are the instructions with diagrams as PDF for download.

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