Small Hooded Poncho FREE Pattern – For Mid Season Layering

Small Hooded Poncho FREE Pattern

Small Hooded Poncho FREE Pattern:

In my stash of fabric, I remember an interesting piece of fabric I purchased in Australia perhaps 5 years ago.  I think today is the perfect day to make use of it. It is a Polar anti-pill fleece,  perfect for a short hooded poncho. It will be great for late Summer, Spring, and Autumn.

I made this small hooded poncho oval-shaped, as a perfect circle would make a wider poncho.  I dislike very wide ponchos due to the fact that I am vertically challenged, at 5'1″ tall a very wide poncho makes me feel like a folded taco.

There is a hood to keep your head warm should there be any wind or rain.  And Kangaroo pockets to keep the hands warm.  When I made mine I actually didn't make my small hooded poncho with the pockets, but that was because I didn't have enough of the same fabric. But I still show you have to put the pockets together in the last step, I recommend doing them as they'll look good and will be very handy.

Materials:

  • 1 1/2 yards of polar fleece, wool, or minky
  • 1 yard 3mm cotton cord
  • Thread to match
  • 2 Pom Poms (Optional)

Tools:

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