Nothing says Fall like a beautifully knit poncho pattern! And we’ve found some gorgeous online and are sharing them with you below.
Whether you’re new to knitting or are an expert with your needles, you’ll be sure to find one that you love below.
This oversized, drapey poncho style is the perfect addition to your favorite outfit. It moves with your body and hides a multitude of sins. It is an extremely flattering style.
This free pattern from Red Heart is a pretty simple one to make and looks lovely using this Ombre color blend yarn. It’s known as the Napa Rib Collar Poncho and it’s extremely flattering.
This Wisteria Poncho is another very pretty creation and we’re sure you will be keen to whip it up. It’s a trapeze turtleneck poncho with beautiful front detail.
This poncho has some nice fringe at the bottom, which you can choose to leave out if you’d like.
It also has multiple different cables going on, which makes it a nice challenge for more advanced knitters.
Here is a wonderful pattern from DROPS Design, made with their Polaris yarns. Using size 15mm/US 19 circular knitting needles, this poncho is made in a knit/purl pattern to make the ribbed look.
Knitted Poncho Pattern Video Tutorial
This great tutorial from HappyBerry Knitting makes the gorgeous cabled poncho you see in the video above. She takes you through the project step-by-step, so it’s a great way for a beginner to start!
At the same time, if you’re advanced, you can follow along easily and have a great Poncho made up pretty quickly. Click Play above ^
This Knitted Poncho has a number of simple stitches including Moss Stitch and Garter Stitch Squares, Rib Stitch and Ridge Stitch Squares. It is one of the most popular on the site.
This cabled triangular poncho is another very popular pattern and it has a lovely collar that is very flattering to your neckline and face. It’s the perfect addition to your wardrobe.
This gorgeous Poncho is named Flutterwheel and it sure is pretty. It’s a split cowl neck poncho that has a cape styling.
Known as Sarucha, this interesting poncho has some lovely detail and is even suited to the beginner knitter. The pattern includes a chart that shows you how to put it together.
If you’re looking for a great beginner pattern, then here is an easy one! This poncho is knit top-down, without any complicated cable stitching. You’ll need size 8(5mm) knitting needles.
We love this gorgeous Cable Knit Poncho from Etsy and it has just the right weight. It sits beautifully and will ensure you’re warm.
This is another great pattern for beginners or a really easy one for more advanced knitters to follow. Blogger Chiwei at 1dogwoof.com actually calls it a ‘no-brainer you can do in front of the TV’.
Here is a nice poncho knitted with holes for sleeves. You could make the sleeves longer, or keep them short like in the photo. The front is open, giving it the look of a nice cape.
This lovely cabled poncho is made with some detailed cuffs that add a nice touch. It’s very stylish and a casual piece you will love.
Known as the Galilee Poncho, this stunner includes some lovely front detail to the design. With a nice chunky neck, you are guaranteed to avoid the chills.
This free pattern from Lion Brand uses cables of all sorts. It has slits on the sides for your arms to move freely and nice ribbing at the bottom.
Don’t you absolutely love the design in the middle of this poncho? Not only is it gorgeous, but it can be made a little more lightweight too using a thinner yarn.
This poncho pattern is one of the most popular online and is a best seller for the creator. Made by designer Heidi May of The Velvet Acorn Designs, it can be made in sizes for kids, adults, and teens!