Often asked: How To Sew A Crocheted Shawl Together To Make A Poncho?

Secret Pathways Triangle Poncho

The secret pathways triangle poncho was a lot of fun to make, and the little clusters of double crochet remind me of the granny stitch. *This post may contain affiliate links* For more information, please read the disclaimer on the About us page.

Crochet Pattern Design

My daughter has been requesting that I make her a poncho for quite some time.

Beautiful Yarn for a Shawl

Measurements & finished size

Video Tutorial

This crochet triangle poncho is simple and quick to make, and the video tutorial for it is the same as for the crochet spiked triangle shawl.

Here are the links to the two videos…one is sure to be your favorite for working the pattern.

If you’re new to crochet and don’t know how to do the Double Crochet Stitch, watch this video to learn how to do it. Here’s a link to a list of crochet tutorials, including one for a quick and easy crochet triangle shawl.

Pattern Notes

Crochet Top Side View, Crochet Front View, and Crochet Back View are used to make this Secret Pathways Triangle Poncho by joining two Triangle Shawls at the shoulder and sides. The shawls are worked from the bottom tip to the top.

Materials

Directions to the Shawl for the Poncho

Begin each row with the CH 3 and 2 DC, then complete the 3 DC for each CH 1 SP, ending with the previous row’s last DC ST. Make this as big as you want it to be.

Joining the Triangle Shawls to Make the Triangle Poncho

Joining the Shoulder Seams

I used a yarn needle to join the shoulder seams together, working from the outside of the neck opening and stopping at the 23rd cluster of 3 DC stitches. Weave in the ends and cut off the excess yarn.

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Joining the Sides

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