Franny Granny Poncho by Hannah Cross

Franny Granny Poncho

October 2023
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
3 repeats = 4 inches
in 3 rounds of Full Granny Square = 3"
4.5 mm
700 - 1535 yards (640 - 1404 m)
XS-M (L-2XL, 3XL-5XL) To fit bust (inches): 30-38 (42-50, 54-62)
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This easy granny square poncho pattern can be made with or without sleeves for either a sweater or traditional poncho look with a fringe!

With a simple and elegant feel and super easy construction it’s a great beginner crochet pattern to start making garments with. In adult sizes from XS to 5XL with plenty of room for adjustment and personalisation, you can create you very own granny square clothes with this!

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PLEASE NOTE-- this listing is for a PDF pattern written in English, not a finished product.

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What’s Included:

A 16-page PDF including written pattern in US terms, stitch tutorial, yarn alternatives, sizing guide, schematic and customisation information.
Pattern support of you need or would like it.
Full video tutorial.

Difficulty is Beginner Friendly.

Materials and tools:

Hook: 4.5mm (G+) crochet hook or size needed to meet gauge.

Yarn shown in: Upcycle Alpaca Blend Worsted by WeCrochet
33% Alpaca, 34% Wool, 33% Acrylic (219yds / 200m /100g)


XS-M (L-2XL, 3XL-5XL)
To fit bust (inches): 30-38 (42-50, 54-62)

Yarn Quantities:

Single colour version approx: 700 (1140, 1535)yds = 4 (6, 7) balls.
Full information on yardage for multicoloured versions in pattern.


3 rounds of Full Granny Square pattern = 3” square. Full swatch instructions in pattern.

Please feel free to send me a message if you have any questions about the pattern as I am more than happy to help you out!

You are welcome to use this pattern for personal use to make and sell your finished items on a small scale. Credit to HanJan Crochet would be appreciated!

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