Spider Web Granny Poncho

This poncho is made with granny squares, so it is easy to adjust the size, and how it looks.

This pattern is free for personal use. You may share it freely, as long as you don’t alter it or claim it as your own. Please make a project with my pattern in Revelry, or tag me on Instagram. I love to see your creation with my pattern!

Materials

Abbreviations and techniques

  • mr – magic ring
  • ch – chain
  • dc – double crochet
  • sl – slip stitch
  • inc – increase

Granny Square

  1. Round 1: mr, ch 3 (this is counted as the first dc).  Place a marker on the last stitch. ch 2.  *dc, ch 2*, repeat from * to * 7 times.  sl to the stitch with the marker.  This round contains 8 dc (the first ch, plus the seven dc), and there are 2 stitches on the chain between the double crochet stitches.
  2. Round 2:  ch 3 (this is counted as the first dc).  Place a marker on the last stitch.  ch 4. *dc, ch 4*, repeat from * to * 7 times.  sl to the stitch with the marker.  This round contains 8 dc (the first ch, plus the seven dc), and there are 4 stitches on the chain between the double crochet stitches.
  3. Round 3: ch 3 (this is counted as the first dc).  Place a marker on the last stitch. ch 6. *dc, ch 6*, repeat from * to * 7 times.  sl to the stitch with the marker.  This round contains 8 dc (the first ch, plus the seven dc), and there are 6 stitches on the chain between the double crochet stitches.
  4. Round 4: ch 3 (this is counted as the first dc).  Place a marker on the last stitch. ch 8. *dc, ch 8*, repeat from * to * 7 times.  sl to the stitch with the marker.  This round contains 8 dc (the first ch, plus the seven dc), and there are 8 stitches on the chain between the double crochet stitches.
  5. Round 5: ch 3 (this is counted as the first dc).  Place a marker on the last stitch. ch 10. *dc, ch 10*, repeat from * to * 7 times.  sl to the stitch with the marker.  This round contains 8 dc (the first ch, plus the seven dc), and there are 10 stitches on the chain between the double crochet stitches.
  6. Stretch out the granny square and fasten off if you are satisfied with the size.  For a bigger web, repeat the round by adding 2 more stitches on the chain between the double crochet stitches.
  7. Block each granny square before sewing them together.
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Finishing

Assemble the poncho

  1. The poncho that I made consists of 12 small squares and 1 big square.  Sew them as follows.  The two red lines are the sides to be sewed together to make the poncho
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  2. Make picot edge at the bottom of the poncho, and single crochet edge on the top.

Spider

Follow¬†Lori-Anne Ketola’s spider pattern to make a spider, and sew it on the poncho.

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