Casablanca Summer Poncho Crochet Pattern


Casablanca Summer Poncho Crochet Pattern

Casablanca Summer Poncho Crochet Pattern
Casablanca Summer Poncho Crochet Pattern

"This poncho is airy and light; perfect for summer time! It can be worn over a t-shirt or tank or use it as a swimsuit cover-up. The poncho is made by crocheting two simple rectangles and seaming them together. The stitch pattern is very simple and is worked with mostly triple crochet, chain stitches, and double crochet stitches. Using worsted weight yarn, this pattern works up very quickly and there are photos to show you how to assemble the piece."


Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I like this Casablanca Summer Poncho for its length and airiness. It can be worn in the daytime up to an evening event as it gives a touch of elegance and a total package look.

Having a summer poncho that is versatile to wear with a bathing suit or tank top and shorts is a great piece to have in my wardrobe. The larger stiches allow the poncho not to be to hot or stuffy feeling. And the name Casablanca Summer Poncho makes me want to have a few in different colors.

Depending on how you join the two rectangles will determine the final outcome of this project. I think I like the open poncho design more than the over the head but either one of them work for me. I still find it hard to believe that these are made out of simple rectangles. Until I read over the directions for myself I did not believe it. I love projects like this. They appear to be complicated but only I know the truth.

I keep seeing articles like this in the trendy clothing stores. This design would put them all to shame. I love the length and using a neutral color like this, it would top almost any thing in my wardrobe. Why stop there, make two. In in a neutral and one to really make an outfit. Thanks for the pattern.

Awesome poncho/cover-up! She shows us two different ways to put this together. I think there is a third way. How about sewing up the sides to a point where you are left with nice open sleeve openings? I don't really favor a long clothing item flapping in the breeze- i just think it needs to be connected along the sides, that's all. Otherwise, a perfect pattern for me to try! Thank you for posting this!


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