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It's A Wrap Free Easy Crochet Pattern

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At any time of the year, we can all use a go-to item to take the edge off a chilly night or even run into the store during the summer. The It's A Wrap Crochet Shawl Pattern will be your staple the whole year. And the key to any go-to piece must be easy to bring along! The textured crochet stitches with the lightweight yarn make this a fun summer project.

Living in Florida, I deal with hot, humid weather outside most of the year. Meanwhile, there are much cooler temperatures inside. Because of this, I can get chilled pretty quickly when going inside. The It's A Wrap Crochet Shawl is the perfect blend of style and warmth while running in out of stores on errands. Love lacy crochet? Check out the Pineapple Boho Wrap, or the Sunkissed Beach Dress Crochet Pattern.

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The It's A Wrap Crochet Shawl Pattern is sure to be a favorite to wear all year long and even while making it. I've fallen in love with its' simple repeat and compact travel size it is ideal for a take-along project. The It's A Wrap Crochet Shawl Pattern is an asymmetrical wrap starting from the narrow end and working to the wide end making it easy to customize size.

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How To Style the It's A Wrap Crochet Shawl Pattern

  • Spring - During the spring the weather can fluctuate quite a bit. First, the mornings tend to be a bit chilly, and then the afternoon will warm just a bit, and lastly, the evening cools down. As a person that loves to be outdoors, I would pair the It's A Wrap Crochet Shawl with a short or long-sleeved tee and my favorite pair of jeans, wrapped around my neck draped over one shoulder. I would also grab my Nettleton Crochet Bag as well.

  • Summer - Summer weather can change at a drop of a hat here in Flordia, one second it can be sunny and beautiful, and then it can downpour for 15 mins so I would pair the Summer Crochet Beginner Tank Top and a pair of shorts or capris and my favorite sandals. The It's A Wrap Crochet Shawl would be in my Crochet Boho Grocery Bag to keep it close if I needed it to take the chill off when going inside.

  • Fall and summer are about ties for my favorite season; fall wins out this time because I get to utilize more of my crochet pieces. Layers are key during fall so I would pair a nice lace sleeveless top with my favorite skinny jeans and boots, a button-up cardigan, and the It's A Wrap Crochet Shawl wrapped around my neck. The Hygge Infinity Crochet Bag & Clutch would be the perfect accessory to complete this outfit.

  • Winter - Winter I could do without but since I can't leave it, let's make the best of it. I would pair the It's A Wrap Crochet Shawl with my favorite fannel under a puffy zip-up vest, with a pair of black jeans or leggings with ankle booties. Then to finish my outfit, I would add the Crochet Knit Purl Free Hat.

It's A Wrap Crochet Shawl Pattern Supplies

Hook and Notions:
5.00mm (H) Hook
Yarn Needle
Stitch marker

Yarn:
Hawthorne Speckle Hand Painted, Fingering weight #1 yarn (80% Fine Superwash Highland Wool, 20% Polyamide (Nylon); 357 yds/326 m per 100g hanks
Surprise Speckle (2 hanks)

Yardage:
Approx. 623 Yards
Other yarns of the same weight can be substituted:
Red Heart It's A Wrap
Knit Picks Comfy Fingering

Pattern Notes

This pattern is worked as an asymmetrical wrap starting from the narrow end and working to the wide end.

Gauge is not crucial for this pattern. Many different yarns can be substituted since it is a simple increasing repeat. For a larger wrap continue repeats to the desired size.

Special Stitches

Puff Stitch:

Step 1: Yarn over and insert the hook into the stitch where you create the puff stitch. Yarn over again and draw through bringing the height of the yarn up to a half double crochet stitch height.

Step 2: Repeat step 1 two more times. (each time will add two more loops to the hook)

Step 3: Yarn over and pull through all seven loops on the hook.

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Crochet Shawl Chart

It's A Wrap Crochet Shawl Chart
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It's A Wrap Crochet Shawl Pattern Instructions

Row 1: Ch 3 (counts as first stitch and turning chain), dc 4 in the third chain from hook, turn. 5 sts

Row 2: Ch 1, sc in each stitch across and in top of chain 3, turn. 5 sts

Row 3: Ch 2 (counts as the first stitch), dc 2 in first, skip 3 sts, dc 4 in last, turn.
On Repeat Rows: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch), dc 2 in first, (skip 3 sts, dc 4 next) across to end of the row, turn. 7 sts

Row 4: Ch 1 (does not count as stitch), sc in each stitch across and in top of chain 2, turn. 7 sts

Row 5: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch), skip 2 sts, dc 4 in next, skip 2 sts, dc 4 in last, turn.
On Repeat Rows: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch), (skip 3 sts, dc 4 in next) across until last three stitches, skip 2 sts, dc 4 in last, turn. 9 sts

Row 6: Ch 1 (does not count as stitch), sc in each stitch across and in top of chain 2, turn. 9 sts

Row 7: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch), dc 2 in first, (skip 3 sts, dc 4 next) across to end of row, turn. 11 sts

Row 8: Ch 1 (does not count as stitch), sc in each stitch across and in top of chain 2, turn. 11 sts

Row 9: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch), skip 2 stitches, dc 4 in next, *(skip 3 sts, dc 4 in next); repeat * across until last three stitches, skip 2 sts, dc 4 in last, turn. 13 sts

Row 10: Ch 1 (does not count as stitch), sc in each stitch across and in top of chain 2, turn. 13 sts

Row 11: Ch 2 (counts as stitch), skip first, puff stitch in next, *ch 1, skip 1, puff stitch in next; repeat * until last stitch, ch 1, puff stitch in last, turn. 14 sts

Row 12: Ch 2 (counts as first stitch and turning chain), skip first, *puff stitch in next chain space, chain 1, skip 1; repeat * until last, dc in top of chain 2, turn. 15 sts

Row 13: Repeat Row 11. 16 sts

Row 14: Repeat Row 12. 17 sts

Repeat Rows 3-14 nine more times or until the shawl reaches desired length.

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As we wrap up (pun intended) our lace crochet accessory, let's talk about your creation staying as stunning as the day you finished it. Lace crochet requires a gentle touch when it comes to cleaning.

To maintain the intricate details and airy elegance, handwashing in cold water with a mild detergent is recommended. Gently press out excess water and lay the wrap flat on a clean, dry towel to air dry. Avoid hanging to prevent stretching.

Proper care not only preserves your lace crochet and also ensures it graces your shoulders with timeless beauty for many occasions to come. Can't get enough lace crochet? You might also enjoy the Kimberly Crochet Shawl Pattern, or the Stash Buster Crochet Motif Shawl. And if you would like to try your hand at a summer top, check out The Lacy Key Largo Top. Happy crocheting!

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