IMPORTANT PLEASE READ:
This is a written pattern/instructional tutorial, not an actual poncho.
I do not offer refunds on patterns, so please read carefully first before purchasing.
This pattern includes detailed instructions and is also a size-inclusive design with lots
of helpful photos to help you make your own Mary Jane Poncho.
This pattern is fun to make and extremely versatile. You can express your creativity easily with various types of yarn, textures, and colors and create a fantastic wearable art piece you can literally wear year-round. Simply by adjusting your hook size, you can change up the drape and make it oversized, or if you prefer tighter stitches, you can add additional granny square rows as well. This project allows for a lot of creativity as you can work with a variety of worsted weight yarns and art yarns for added texture. I used 9 different yarns on my featured poncho and also doubled up thinner yarns on one of the rows. This is also a great pattern to try if you are wanting to practice your color work skills. Whether you are more of a beginner, intermediate, or advanced crocheter, you are surely going to enjoy making the Mary Jane Poncho! It's super functional and you can also wear it 2 different ways. It's a super fun layering piece that layers great with any outfit, and you will surely get loads of compliments wearing it too!
Due to the nature of this project, exact yardage cannot be specified. This is due to differences in tension, hook sizes, and fringe. Based on tester feedback, below is a range of yardages. Your yardage may vary depending on the above-listed factors. These are meant to be general guidelines.
Yardage Requirements including fringe (according to testers notes)
*keep in mind yardage will vary depending on hook size and tension
XS - 550-600 yards
S - 600-700 yards
M - 750-850 yards
L - 850-900 yards
XL - 900-950
2XL - 950-1000 yards
3XL - 1000-1200 yards
4XL - 1224-1500 yards
5/6XL - 1600-1800 yards
Gauge: 6" using a 5 mm hook measuring to round 3 (SC border row)
Your gauge may be different if you are using different size hook. This is just a general reference.