Mama in a Stitch has nailed it with this new summer look, the Casablanca Summer Poncho. This pattern has been pinned over 11,000 times (!), so it’s safe to say, it’s a hit! If you’re searching for a cute summer project, look no further. Mama in a Stitch writes accessible, adorable patterns, so you’ll fly through this and be wearing it in no time.
One of our favorite things about this poncho is its versatility! There are so many ways to style it, but we have a few ideas for you. You can wear it over a tee-shirt or a tank on a warmer day, to complete your look. Whether you’re hitting up a farmer’s market or a brunch, you’re sure to get a compliment or two! You could even take it to the beach for a sweet coverup. It will also look lovely over longer sleeves for the transitional weather at the end of the season.
The open-weave texture is light, and airy, but is remarkably easy to achieve!
The pattern is a Level 2 – Easy (Beginner +), so even if you’re just starting out with crochet, you will feel comfortable trying it! Mama in a Stitch loves to write patterns that work up quickly, so you can admire your FO ASAP.
This style is One Size Fits Most:
The pattern uses Heartland Yarn, and there are three lovely color options: Acadia, Mount Rainier, and Pinnacles. Both Acadia (cream) and Mount Rainier (grey) would serve as neutrals for your wardrobe. Pinnacles (a bright blue) would be a fun accent color.