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American Girl Doll V-Stitch Two-Color Poncho with Crochet Fringe

Difficulty level: *** Intermediate

Free Doll Poncho Crochet Pattern

The poncho is worked as follows: alternate yarns A and B such that you work both colors in one direction, then turn the poncho and work both colors in the other direction. The fringe is worked along the rows, between turns. The poncho starts from the front lower point, increased to the shoulder line, then the sides are decreased to the bottom of the back. Spread out, it has a diamond shape, with the diagonal along the shoulder line and a hole for the head. (shop for this yarn here!)
The cowl is worked afterwards.

Size: length - 7" (18 cm)

Materials: Knit Picks Palette fingering weight 100% wool yarn 210 m (231 yds)/ 50 g color Red - 1 ball.  (A) (shop for this yarn here!)
Knit Picks Palette fingering weight 100% wool yarn 210 m (231 yds)/ 50 g color White - 1 ball. (shop for this yarn here!)
(B)

Hook: D (3.25 mm)

Gauge: 10 V-sts x 13 rows = 4" (10 cm)

Abbreviations:

ch = chain
st(s) = stitch(es)
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
V-Stitch (V-st) - (1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc) into ch 1 of the V-stitch of the prev. row
double V-st (dV-st)  -  (1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc) into ch 1 of the V-stitch of the prev. row
Right Edge dV-st (redV-st) - (1 tr, ch 1, 1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc) into the same st or the same ch-1-space.
Left Edge dV-st (ledV-st) - (1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc, ch 1, 1 tr) into the same st or the same ch-1-space.
Right Edge V-st (reV-st) - (1 tr, ch 1, 1 dc) into the same st or the same ch-1-space.
Left Edge V-st (leV-st) - (1 dc, ch 1, 1 tr) into the same st or the same ch-1-space.
3dc-bobble  - 3 dc bobble st

Fringe - (ch 14, 3dc-bobble in the 4th chain from hook, ch 4, sl st to the same ch, in which 3dc-bobble was worked, ch 10)

When you drop yarn with a live stitch, secure the stitch to prevent its unraveling with a stich marker, safety pin or a small bow know.

Poncho

All odd rows use yarn A. All even rows use yarn B.
Row 1: ch 4, join to create a circle, work fringe (see instructions above), dV-st in ch 4, fringe,
drop yarn A. DON'T TURN.
Row 2: attach the end of yarn B to the chain-4-circle, work fringe, 2 V-st row 1 dV-st, fringe,
drop yarn B, TURN
Row 3: pick up yarn A "live" st, 2 dV-st in 2 V-st of row 2, fringe, drop yarn A. DON'T TURN.
Row 4: pick up yarn B "live" st, 4 V-st in 2 dV-st of row 3, fringe, drop yarn B. TURN.
Row 5: pick up yarn A "live" st, redV-st, 2 V-st, ledV-st, fringe, drop yarn A. DON'T TURN.
Row 6: pick up yarn B "live" st, 6 V-st, fringe, drop yarn B. TURN.
Row 7: pick up yarn A "live" st, redV-st, 4 V-st, ledV-st, fringe, drop yarn A. DON'T TURN.
Row 8: pick up yarn B "live" st, 8 V-st, fringe, drop yarn B. TURN.

Rows 9-26: repeat rows 7-8 working 2 more V-sts in every 2 row. There will be 26 V-sts in row
26.

Row 27: work as established, place markers after 10th V-st and before 17th V-st. That will mark
the neck opening. Don't turn as established.
Row 28: work as established to the 1st marker, ch 4, drop yarn B, TURN.
Row 29: secure yarn A from a separate ball to the neck opening, ch 4, work as established, drop yarn A, TURN.
Work rows 30-34 as established crocheting the right side of the poncho. Make increases at the
edge at rows 27, and 29. No increase in row 31. Start to decrease from row 32 as follows:
Row 32 and all even rows: pick up yarn B "live" st, 2dc in the first V-st, ch 1, 2 dc in the next V-
st, V-sts to the end of the row til the last 2 V-sts, 2 dc in the V-st, ch 1, 2 dc in the last V-st,
fringe, drop yarn B, TURN.
Row 33 and all odd rows: pick up yarn A "live" st, reV-st into the ch-1 between two 2-dc
groups, V-sts to the end of the row, end with leV-st in ch-1 between 2-dc groups, fringe, DON'T
TURN.

NOTE! Although the instructions for the increase are written as if you are working the whole
row, rows 32-34 are worked in 2 parts to form the neck opening.

Work row 34 as established.

Set aside this side of poncho and work the other side as follows:
Row 28: secure yarn B to the second marker, ch 4, dc into point where ch 4 begins, then work
to the end of the row as established.
Row 29: Work to the neck opening as established.
Continue to work rows 30-34 on this side of the poncho mirroring the completed side, making
increases in rows 27 and 29. No increase in row 31. Start decreases from row 32 as described
above.

Secure yarn A at the neck opening and chain 24, secure the end to the end of row 34 on the opposite side.

Row 35: start row as established, work V-st to neck opening, 6 V-sts over ch 24, Continue working as established.

Continue to work poncho decreasing as established, until the odd row consists of 2 V-sts.
Work 2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc, fringe in the next even row.
In the last row: fringe, V-st, fringe, secure the chain of the fringe to the side of V-st, Tie off.

Cowl

With yarn A work V-st around the neck opening for 12 rounds. Tie off.

Finishing

Block the pocho.

Below is the diagram of a similar poncho for a person. You can use it for reference, but take
into account that the neck is shaped a little differently.



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