So a few weeks ago I released a pattern for my Freesia Top using Lion Brand ZZ Twist yarn. I just loved the look of this yarn so much that I wanted to create another pattern using this yarn. I chose to make a simple wrap that is so pretty yet so easy!
I chose a gorgeous Ecru color for this wrap. I thought it would be nice to throw something on that can match with any piece you have in your wardrobe. You can wear it to a wedding or you can wear it with a pair of jeans and a tank on cool nights.
The stitch sequence of this wrap is quite simple and consists of the granny stripe stitch and other various stitches. I decided to add some open stitch work with double crochets to create more visual interest.
This wrap is so lightweight that you can even wear it as a scarf! This pattern would also work well with a light cotton. The fringe adds a nice touch as well. Of course the fringe is optional…I just love fringe!
I chose to name this wrap the Yarrow wrap because the Yarrow flower is so delicate and pretty. Something about the granny stripe reminded me of the petals.
I really hope you like this pattern. Enjoy!
The Crochet Yarrow Wrap Pattern
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- This wrap is crocheted in a long rectangle. Length can easily be adjusted, however this may affect yardage.
- Knowledge of basic blocking techniques is recommended for this pattern.
- Fringe is optional for this pattern.
- Keep in mind that the yarn used for this pattern has a considerable amount of stretch. Length may be longer after blocking.
Lion Brand ZZ Twist yarn. Roughly 4 1/2 skeins in the color Ecru was used for this pattern.
5.5mm Crochet Hook
Blocking Materials (optional but recommended)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Double Crochet 3 Together (dc3tog)
Slip Stitch (ss)
Cluster Stitch (cl) – Yo, insert hook into next st, yo and pull up loop. Yo insert hook into same st, yo and pull up a loop. Yo and pull through all 5 loops on hook.
Gauge is approx. 9st across x 8 rows in the granny stripe stitch = 5″
Keep in mind that gauge is not necessarily important. Measurements may change due to blocking.
18″ wide x 67″ long
Row 1 – Sc in the 2nd ch from the hook and each ch across. (57)
Row 2 – Ch.3 turn, dc3tog in the first st. *ch.1, sk next st, dc3tog in the next st* Repeat from * to end of row. (57)
Row 3 – Ch.3 turn, dc3tog in first ch-1 sp. * ch.1, dc3tog in the next ch-1 sp* Repeat from * ending with ch.1 and work dc3tog under the turning ch. (57)
Rows 4 thru 9 – Repeat Row 3
Row 10 – Ch.1 turn, sc in every st and ch-1 sp across. (57)
Row 11 – Ch.4 (counts as a ch.3 plus a ch.1), sk first two stitches and dc in the next st. *ch.1, sk next st and dc in the next* Repeat from * to end of row. (57)
Row 12 – Ch. 4 (counts as a ch.3 plus a ch.1), sk first st and ch-1 sp and dc in the first dc of previous row. *ch.1, sk next ch-1 sp and dc in the next dc* Repeat *ending with ch.1 and making last dc in 3rd ch of the ch.4 (57)
Row 13 – Ch.1 turn, sc in every dc and ch-1 sp across. Ending with a sc in top of ch.3. Don’t forget that your last ch.1 sp is part of the ch.4 of previous row! (57)
Row 14 – Ch.1 turn, ss in the first st, cl st in the next. *ss in the next st, cl st in the next* Repeat *ending with a ss in the last st. (57)
Row 15 – Ch.1 turn, sc in every st across. (57)
Row 16 – Repeat Row 11
Row 17 – Repeat Row 12
Row 18 – Ch.1 turn, sc in every dc and ch.1 sp across. Ending with a sc in top of ch.3. Don’t forget that your last ch.1 sp is part of the ch.4 of previous row! (57)
Repeat Rows 2 thru 18, six more times.
Then, end your wrap with rows 2 thru 9.
Bind off and weave in all ends. Next, block your wrap. You may notice some stretching after blocking.
After you block your wrap, attach yarn to one of the corners of the wrap and make sc’s around the border of your wrap. This will give your work a cleaner edge.
You will notice that the longer sides of the wrap will not be straight, even after blocking. The sides will take on more of a wavy look.
Add fringe to shorter sides if desired.
Thank you so much for following along with this pattern. I really hope you enjoy your wrap!