I’m not sure what you prefer to call it, either a crochet shawl or a crochet wrap, but either way this crochet wrap pattern is gonna wrap you up in all it’s fall glory.
This crochet crochet wrap shawl is super easy and simple but you can wear them and customize them so many ways. You can customize the length, width, color scheme.
You can go full fall colors or one, and I’m really hoping to see some people make some solids. I used this hand dyed fingering weight wool blend I got from Natural hand dyed yarns. As you can see, I went full on fall.
You also don’t have to get bogged down with exact measurements and sizes. Very beginner friendly.
It’s a simple lace design, 4 row repeat. Easy!
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Now, let’s get on and crochet a shawl wrap!
Cochet wrap pattern
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Stitches Used & Code (US Term)
- ch = chain
- st = stitch(es)
- sc = single crochet
- dc = double crochet
- sp = space
- sk = skip
- REP = repeat
- Lace Iris st = 2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc All into the same st
- ” = inches
- This pattern uses English ( US ) Terminology
- This pattern is in a multiple of 6+3 ch
- This pattern is a 4 row repeat (row 2-5)
Gauge blocked: 5 Lace Iris st X 8.5 Rows = 4″
Measurements: 20″ Wide X 75.76″ Long
Crochet Shawl Wrap Pattern
Row 1: ch 153, 1 sc into second ch form hook, 1 sc into next ch, *ch 4, sk 4 ch, 1 sc into each of next 2 ch* REP from *TO* across. Total of 25 ch 4 sp
Row 2: Turn, ch 3 (count as 1 dc), 1 Lace Iris st into each ch 4 sp across, end with 1 dc into the last sc st. Total of 25 Lace Iris st
Row 3: Turn, ch 5 (count as 1 dc and ch 2 sp), 2 sc into the ch 2 sp/in the middle of the Lace Iris st, *ch 4, 2 sc into next ch 2 sp/in the middle of the Lace Iris st* REP from *TO* across, end with ch 2, 1 dc into the third ch.
Row 4: Turn, ch 4 (count as 1 dc and ch 1 sp), 2 dc into ch 2 sp, 1 Lace Iris st into each ch 4 sp across, end with 2 dc into last ch 2 sp, ch 1, 1 dc into the third ch.
Row 5: Turn, ch 1 (do not count as a st), 1 sc into first st, 1 sc into ch 1 sp, *ch 4, 2 sc into ch 2 sp/in the middle of the Lace Iris st* REP from *TO* across, end with ch 4, 1 sc into last ch 1 sp, 1 sc into the third ch
REP Row 2 – Row 5: 39 more times. You’ll have a total of 161 rows, then cut the yarn and weave all the ends
If you’d like a shorter wrap, just repeat row 2-5 less times. If you’d like a longer wrap, just keep repeating row 2-5 more times to your desired length
HERE’S THE VIDEO TUTORIAL FOR THIS CROCHET WRAP
This concludes the crochet a shawl/crochet wrap pattern and tutorial. Hope you nailed it first shot and you make one for all your friends and family 😊 Most of all, I hope you had fun!
Till next time,