Beginner Lace Panel Crochet Poncho
Looking for a beautiful and beginner-friendly crochet project? Get started on the Lace Panel Crochet Poncho today! Designed by Salena Baca, this seamless poncho features stunning lace panels and is worked using simple crochet stitches.
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Crochet Poncho Popularity
Crochet ponchos have become increasingly popular in recent years, and it’s easy to see why! These versatile garments can be dressed up or down, making them perfect for any occasion. Plus, they’re a great project for crocheters of all levels – from advanced beginners to experienced stitchers.
And if you’re looking for a stylish and trendy option, the Lace Panel Crochet Poncho is the perfect choice!
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Lace Panel Crochet Poncho Beginner Crochet Friendly?
The Lace Panel Crochet Poncho is a great beginner crochet poncho project. Designed by my good friend Salena Baca with simple stitches to make a beautiful poncho. One of the great things about Salena’s work, if you don’t already know, is that she really makes the piece to be quick to finish. Once you are done with one of her patterns there isn’t much work remaining to finish your piece.
More About Salena Baca
Salena Baca is a well-known figure in the world of crochet, and has become a popular designer and instructor in the industry. She is known for her innovative designs, which often incorporate a blend of traditional techniques and modern flair. Salena has also been recognized for her contributions to the crochet community, having been awarded the title of “Professional Crochet Designer” by the Crochet Guild of America.
In addition to her work as a designer, Salena is also actively involved in the American Crochet Association (ACA). The ACA is an organization dedicated to promoting the art of crochet and supporting crocheters of all levels. Through the ACA, Salena has been able to connect with other crochet enthusiasts and share her expertise with the wider community.
Overall, Salena’s passion and dedication to the craft of crochet have made her an influential figure in the industry. Her designs and contributions to the crochet community have helped to inspire and encourage countless individuals to take up the hook and create something beautiful.
More About Lace Panel Crochet Poncho
Constructing this poncho is done without seams. Starting with the foundation chain you will work the front panel and then pick up stitch at the starting chain for the back of the poncho. Be sure to check the pattern to find your correct size. You will be measuring around your shoulders to get the size that you need, which is not the typical measurement that you need for creating garments.
Reminder about the yarn, this yarn does have a bit of a halo and can catch onto itself. Since this yarn is wound as a ball it is best to take the yarn from the outside and not attempt to make it a center pull. If you try to pull the yarn from the center you run the risk of it getting caught and ripping.
Watch the videos below to learn how to work your way through the Lace Panel Crochet Poncho.
Lace Panel Crochet Poncho Materials:
Download your FREE Lace Panel Crochet Poncho pattern from Red Heart before getting started.
- RED HEART® Boutique Unforgettable®: 3 (4, 4, 4, 5, 5) balls 3941 Meadow
- Susan Bates® Crochet Hook: 6mm [US J-10]
- Yarn needle
Note-The video should say that the lace panel is hdc and DC.
Crochet Lace Panel Poncho Right Handed Video:
Crochet Lace Panel Poncho Left Handed Video:
Knit Lace Panel Poncho:
If you are interested in the Knit version of this pattern you can check it out on the Red Heart website. Download your Knit Lace Panel Poncho pattern for FREE.