Macrame meets Crochet in this Boho Macrame Crochet Wrap.
This is a unique wrap uniting two forms of crafts into one spectacular piece. Knit and Macrame fit seamlessly together for an amazing finish and rewarding project.
This is a unique wrap uniting two forms of crafts into one spectacular piece. I knew with this design I wanted to embody several craft forms for a unique and enjoyable project. Even if you have never attempted macrame before, this project is for you.
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This pattern has a simplistic repeat while increasing every six rows on the left edge. While working this up do not stress about running out of yarn. This can also be done with two skeins for a shorter wrap. The organic edges allows for finishing on any row of choosing.
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Boho Macrame Crochet Wrap Supplies:
- Size US J (6 mm) hook
- Removable stitch markers if needed
- Blocking board with blocking pins
- Yarn needle
18 sts and 14 rows = 4” (10 cm) In Moss Stitch
Malabrigo Worsted an Aran weight yarn, medium 4
Yardage: 620 yards (567m)
- Yarn substitutions (check gauge):
- The Fibre Company Terra
- Juniper Moon Farm Moonshine
- Mirasol Yarn Hasa
- Prism Valhalla
- Cascade Eco Duo
- ch – chain
- RS – right side
- sc – single crochet
- WS – wrong side
Measurements: Diagram below
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Boho Macrame Crochet Wrap Notes:
This pattern has a simplistic repeat while increasing every ten rows on the left edge. While working this up do not stress about running out of yarn. This can also be done with two skeins for a shorter wrap. The organic edges allow for finishing on any row of choosing.
Macramé Instructions: This can be completed after crocheting the wrap. I felt visual instructions would be best for the macramé portion. Your piece will start with 21 stitches along the beginning edge. Attach 20 strands across the 21 stitches. A video can be followed at the end of this post.
|1 (RS)||Ch 21, sc in second chain from hook and across, turn. OR Foundation Single Crochet 20.||20|
|2 (WS)||Ch 2, skip first sc and sc in next sc, *ch 1, skip 1, sc in next*; repeat from * to * across, turn.||20|
|3||Ch 2, skip first sc and sc in next chain space, *ch 1, skip 1, sc in next*; repeat from * to * until last stitch. In last stich: sc, ch 1, sc, turn. (this increase the row by 2 sts)||22|
|4-12||Ch 2, skip first sc and sc in next chain space, *ch 1, skip 1, sc in next*; repeat from * to * across, turn.||22|
|13-230||Repeat rows 3-12 until wrap reaches desired length. Approximately 23 repeats ending with 68 sts.|
Weave in all lose ends. Follow video link to create the macramé edge.
Aggressively block wrap by using blocking boards and pins. If desired tie a knot on the end of the wrap just above the macramé portion. And then wear it proudly!
How To Wear:
This can be wrapped and tied any way you would like and even worn as a scarf. I love folding it in half, placing it around my neck, and then pulling the ends through the loop on one side.
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