Crochet Serape Poncho

Design by Candy Lifshes from Meladora’s Creations.

Crochet Serape Poncho by Candy Lifshes from Meladora's Creations.
Crochet Serape Poncho by Candy Lifshes from Meladora’s Creations.

I decided for this one I would go for a Serape style Poncho and I would use up a bit of scrap yarn to boot!

I tried to use more neutral Pastel colors, surrounded with black and when I showed him the test piece I made, he really liked it.

I used my Jagged Scrap Yarn Afghan design, replacing the white I used in the afghan for black. I made 2 pieces and sewed them in the middle, leaving a hole for the head of course!

He really likes it and wears it almost daily since it’s gotten cold. Finally a success! I hope you can make one you like as much as he likes his and get rid of some scrap yarn at the same time.

Finished Size: 28 in/ 72 cms long from shoulder to bottom and 40 in /102 cms wide.


  • HOOK: 5 mm hook or size H hook for the US
  • YARN: I used worsted weight yarn, 4 ply US, 10 ply AU
  • I used scrap yarn so it’s hard to say how much you need in all. But I would get two skeins of black and one skein of each of your other colors as long as your using at least 4 other colors it would be enough for a large size like this one.
  • It was created using two long panels that were sewn in two places, leaving a hole for the head.

Skill Level: Easy

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