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Go With the Flow Poncho Crochet Pattern

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Oh my goodness. If I have ever been pleased with the way a design turned out, this new Go With the Flow Poncho has GOT to be the cream of the crop. This new crochet pattern is stunning on all kinds of body types and all sizes, and is beginner-friendly as well!

Go With the Flow Poncho

Go With the Flow Poncho

This new pattern is worked in ONE piece from the top down. No sewing, no seaming, just crocheting. It is a lightweight top that pairs well with a tank and capris or leggings.

For this pattern we are using Double Crochet stitches, worked as a Moss Stitch. All this means is that if you can make a double crochet and a chain stitch – you can make this poncho!

I decided to use Bernat Softee Baby Cotton for this pattern. This is a lovely cotton/acrylic blend that is a size 3/lightweight/DK yarn. Other great yarn choices would be virtually any yarn the same size – acrylic would work just as well as a nice cotton blend. I am considering making another using Coboo. The drape with that yarn would be awesome as well!

This pattern is available on Ravelry, Etsy and in the Heart Hook Home shop. Thank you!

Gow ith the Flow Poncho crochet pattern


Bernat Softee Baby Cotton
-approx. 600 yards for XS
-approx. 650 yards for S
-approx. 825 yards for M
-approx. 900 yards for L
-approx. 975 yards for XL
-approx. 1025 yards for 2XL
-approx. 1050 yards for 3XL
-approx. 1075 yards for 4XL

Crochet hook in size H/5mm


15 dc moss sts (incl. ch) x 8 dc moss st rows = 4” square

Gauge Pattern:

Row 1: Ch-17, dc in 5th ch from hook. * ch-1, sk-1 ch, dc in next * repeat between * * to end. (15)

Rows 2 – 8: Ch-4, turn, dc in first ch-sp. * ch-1, dc in next ch-sp * repeat between * * 5 more times. (15)

*measurement of 15 sts includes both Dc AND Ch stitches.

Pattern written using US terms.

This pattern is available on both Ravelry and Etsy. Thank you!

If you need help reading a crochet pattern, make sure you head over here and check out this detailed post.

Go with the flow poncho pattern

I do hope you love this new pattern as much as I do. It is comfortable, cool, and flattering too! I pride myself on writing beginner-friendly, easy to read crochet patterns. Should you have any questions while working up the pattern, do not hesitate to shoot me an email. I can’t wait to see a photo of yours in the Heart Hook Home Crochet Community on Facebook!

Go with the flow poncho pattern

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  1. Hi Ashley! Im working on the flow poncho' kinda stumped.. Im making the large, do I follow through sixes xs and small armhole jump as well as medium to large and then start armhole?? Help.
    1. Hi Margie! Yes, you will go to row 35 and then skip to the armholes section. Hope this helps!
  2. Hi! I have a thinner yarn I'd like to use for this pattern (size 2) because anything thicker and it will too heavy to wear down here. My question is, how do you suggest I adapt this pattern to that type of yarn? I was thinking to increase the foundation chain but am still trying to figure out the pattern to make it work. Any suggestion would be great. Thanks!
  3. I posted a question on May 29 on here and when it didn’t get answered I posted the same question on Facebook page and just wondered if there was a reason it never got answered and my doing something wrong thank you in advance
  4. Wondering what size to make if my hip measures 44 inches? Or would my yarn selection give more “ease”? Don’t want too snug on hips. Thanks
    1. Hi Lori! I would probably do the size Large. Once you finish your increase rounds, you can pin it together where the band will sit to give you an idea of how that fits...if too snug, you can easily continue increase rounds to make the XL. Hope this helps!
  5. Hi Ashlea. I bought the pattern and I ordered the yarn exactly like the one you made and sand color but I’m impatient waiting for it to come in meanwhile I was trying this other yard that’s hand died from Peru I have to go up to hook sizes my question is will I still make the extra large and also well I still only used 975 yards or will I use more asking because I only have four Hanks . Thank you so much for your help
    1. Hi Annamaria! I apologize for missing your question...as long as you match gauge, you will still follow the pattern for the size you need...I would guess that yardage needed would be about the same. Hope this helps!
  6. could I use Crème Cotton™ Yarn by Loops & Threads or (4) or a caron cotton cakes (4) or Shimmer Shawl™ Yarn by Loops & Threads (3) my Michael's has a very limited stock of cotton in a 3 weight, doesnt carry the Bernat Softee Baby Cotton at all. What other type of yarn would be suitable would you say.
    1. Hi Michelle! You can use any 3 weight yarn for this pattern...I think even a 4 weight would work if you can match gauge. Hope this helps!
  7. Thank you Ashley for another wonderful wearable pattern. I'm not sure which yarn I will be using but I think this will be cool enough to wear over a tank even in our hot & humid summers here in south central Texazs.
  8. Just purchased!! Thank you so much for another amazing pattern!! I have a bunch of LB Beautiful You- do you think that would work???
    1. Hi Rachel! It could work...I would work up a gauge swatch and see how that goes. You may need to double up the yarn.