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Angel Wings by DROPS Design

DROPS Crocheted Poncho in Vienna

Tags: lace, ponchos, top down,

Sizes: S/M (L/XL)

Finished measurements:
Circumference at top: approx. 68 (86) cm [26.75" (33-7/8")]
Circumference at lower edge: approx. 184 (212) cm [72-3/8" (83.5")]
Length: approx. 35 (38) cm [13.75" (14-7/8")]

Materials: DROPS VIENNA
100-150 gr nr 21, natural

DROPS 6 mm [US J] crochet hook, or size needed to obtain correct gauge.

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Not sure which size you should choose? Then it might help you to know that the model in the picture is approx. 5 ft 7 in and uses size S or M. If you are making a sweater, cardigan, dress or similar garment, you will find a graphic with the measurements of the finished garment (in cm) at the bottom of the pattern.
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Pattern instructions

NOTE: This pattern is written in American English. All measurements in charts are in cm. For conversion from inches to cm - click here. There are different terms for crocheting in American and British English. If this pattern includes crochet, click for "crochet terms" here. For this pattern in British English, please click here.
Crochet gauge: 7 tr x 2 rows = approx. 10 x 8 cm.

Poncho: The poncho is crocheted in the round from the neck down. Note: Double-double crochet (ddc) has 3 yos on hook (one more than tr (= treble crochet).
Ch 96 (120) and join into a ring with 1 sl st.

1st row: ch 3 (= 1 dc), * skip over 1 ch, 1 dc in the next ch *, repeat * - * around row and finish with 1 sl st in the ch 3 at start of row = 48 (60) dc.

2nd row: ch 4 (= 1 dc + ch 1), 1 dc in first dc, * ch 4, skip over 3 dc, in the next dc crochet 1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc *, repeat * - *, skip over the last 3 dc and finish with ch 4 and 1 sl st in ch 3 at start of row = 12 (15) dc-groups.

3rd row: ch 4, 1 dc in first ch, ch 1, 1 dc in same ch, * ch 4, skip over 4 ch, in the next ch crochet 1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc, ch 1 and 1 dc *, repeat * - * a total of 11 (14) times and finish with ch 4 and 1 sl st in the ch 3 at start of row.

4th row: ch 5 (= 1 tr + ch 1), 1 tr in first ch, ch 1, in the next ch crochet 1 tr, ch 1, 1 tr, * ch 5, skip over 4 ch, in the next ch crochet 1 tr, ch 1, 1 tr, ch 1, in the next ch crochet 1 tr, ch 1, 1 tr *, repeat * - * a total of 11 (14) times and finish with ch 5 and 1 sl st in the ch 4 at start of row.

5th row: ch 5 (= 1 tr + ch 1), 1 tr in first ch, ch 2, skip over 1 ch, in the next ch crochet 1 tr, ch 1 and 1 tr, * ch 5, skip over 5 ch, in the next ch crochet 1 tr, ch 1 and 1 tr, ch 2, skip over 1 ch, in the next ch crochet 1 tr, ch 1 and 1 tr *, repeat * - * a total of 11 (14) times and finish with ch 5 and 1 sl st in the ch 4 at start of row.

6th row: ch 5 (= 1 tr + ch 1), 1 tr in first ch, ch 3, skip over 2 ch, in the next ch crochet 1 tr, ch 1 and 1 tr, * ch 5, skip over 5 ch, in the next ch crochet 1 tr, ch 1 and 1 tr, ch 3, skip over 2 ch, in the next ch crochet 1 tr, ch 1 and 1 tr *, repeat * - * a total of 11 (14) times and finish with ch 5 and 1 sl st in the ch 4 at start of row.

7th row: ch 6 (= 1 ddc + ch 1), 1 ddc in first ch, ch 3, skip over 3 ch, in the next ch crochet 1 ddc, ch 1 and 1 ddc, * ch 6, skip over 5 ch, in the next ch crochet 1 ddc, ch 1 and 1 ddc, ch 3, skip over 3 ch, in the next ch crochet 1 ddc, ch 1 and 1 ddc *, repeat * - * a total of 11 (14) times and finish with ch 6 and 1 sl st in the ch 5 at start of row.

8th row: sl st to the first ch, ch 5 (= 1 ddc), 2 ddc in same ch, ch 3, skip over 3 ch, 3 ddc in the next ch, * ch 6, skip over 6 ch, 3 ddc in the next ch, ch 3, skip over 3 ch, 3 ddc in the next ch *, repeat * - * a total of 11 (14) times and finish with ch 6 and 1 sl st in the ch 5 at start of row.

9th row: ch 5 (= 1 ddc), 1 ddc in each of the 2 following ddc, ch 3, skip over 3 ch, 1 ddc in each of the 3 following ddc, * ch 6, skip over 6 ch, 1 ddc in each of the 3 following ddc, ch 3, skip over 3 ch, 1 ddc in each of the 3 following ddc *, repeat * - * a total of 11 (14) times and finish with ch 6 and 1 sl st in the ch 5 at start of row.

Repeat 9th row until piece measures approx. 35 (38) cm (= approx. 11 (12) rows), or to desired length. Cut yarn and fasten.

Comments (8)

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Ingrid 20.10.2016 - 10:09:

This is a very easy pattern. I made it in yellow. It looks beautiful. Simple and elegant.

Kelly 03.10.2015 - 21:24:

I'm on row 7 as well & wondering what ddc is. Double double crochet ? Or is this a typo & should be a double treble (dtr)? Please help.

DROPS Design 05.10.2015 kl. 09:01:

Dear Kelly, it is a double treble crochet (US-terminology) see also below. Happy crocheting!

Judy 13.08.2015 - 19:53:

TC is treble crochet .... wrap yarn around hook 2 times, pull thru 2 loops and then thru 2 more loops

Judy 13.08.2015 - 19:52:

It is the same as a treble except you yarn over 3 times instead of 2 .... in the section of poncho it has Notes and explains ... Hope this helps

Mari-louice 11.10.2013 - 20:07:

Jag blev jättenöjd med min!

Beth Valdez 20.10.2012 - 04:34:

I'm a beginner at crocheting and love this poncho. I'm on row 7 and i'm stuck. I don't know how to do a double double crochet.

Dixie Grilley 18.06.2008 - 21:52: www.yellowdogknittin ...

I skimmed the pattern and I am not seeing the term "tc". I see the term "tr" which is treble crochet. If you tell me where it is refering to "tc" I could possibly give you more help.

Aggie Cooney 17.06.2008 - 07:05:

What does tc mean?

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