Two pictures of a little girl wearing a poncho.

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It’s the season for ponchos, and this one is a particularly wonderful. The ridged texture with a thick neck line will make it warm and comfy and keep the neck safe from drizzle. At the same time, the variegated color gradient really makes the poncho pop and stand out among other crocheted items. It’s a wonderful project that will be fun to make, and will have your little one giggle with delight. A link to the free pattern is below photos.

Lucky Penny Poncho Free Crochet Pattern

Skills: Easy   Designer: Sincerely Pam

Lucky Peny Poncho Free Crochet Pattern

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Lucky Penny Poncho

Downtown Poncho for Kids Free Crochet Pattern

For a mom and daughter outing, why not try the Downtown poncho? These are a little fancier, but at the same time just cas’ enough to be flexible and fun. Your little girl will be overjoyed to be just like you.

Skills: Easy   Designer: CrochetDreamz

Little Sophie Poncho Free Crochet Pattern

As an alternative, please also see the Little Sophie poncho, which will also be a favorite. This one is symmetrical and has a more airy texture, and both would be great items for your daughter.
Skills:  Easy      Designer: Drops Design

Little Sophie Poncho Free Crochet Pattern

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Little Sophie Poncho

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