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Soft Crochet Wrap

Learn how to crochet a quick and easy shawl with super bulky yarn!

Soft Crochet Wrap
Soft Crochet Wrap
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This soft crochet wrap offers the warmth and comfort of a sweater with the crocheting ease of a scarf. Try this free crochet pattern to make your own wrap!

If you've never worked up a garment before, this is the easiest pattern ever to begin with. Learn how to do very basic shoulder shaping to create a bulky crochet shawl that curves around you comfortably. This entire project is worked up in single crochets and slip stitches, and the bulky yarn means you'll complete this project in no time at all! Put on a movie and work up this bulky crochet project. The chunky shawl will be your new favorite accessory come winter.

NotesNOTE: Wrap is worked in one piece, with short row shaping worked across the center of the piece.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeNot critical for this project.

Materials List

  • Crochet hook, size US P/Q (15 mm), or size to obtain gauge
  • Tapestry needle (tn)
  • Caron International's Simply Soft Boucle (99% acrylic, 1% polyester; 3 oz/85 g, approx 38 yds/35 m): #0014 Autumn Red, 5 balls
  • Stitch marker
  • Brooch to fasten

Instructions:

WRAP

Ch 16.

  1. Row 1: Beg in second ch from hook, sc in second ch and each ch across--15 sc.

  2. Row 2: Ch 1, sc in each sc across.

  3. Repeat Row 2 until piece measures 13" from beg.

Shape Shoulders

  1. Row 1: Ch 1, sc across to last 5 sts, slip st in next 2 sts, turn.

  2. Row 2: Slip st in next 4 sts, sc to end.

  3. Row 3: Ch 1, sc across all sts—15 sc.

  4. Row 4: Ch 1, sc in each sc across.

  5. Rows 5 – 36: Rep Rows 1 – 4 (a total of 8 times); place a marker for end of Body.

  6. Repeat Row 4 until piece measures 13 inches from marker.

  7. Fasten off.

FINISHING

Using tn, weave in all ends. 

STITCHES USED

(ch)
Chain
(sc)
Single crochet

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I made a project with the boucle yarn and I just loved it. So from experience, I know that this crochet wrap is really soft and probably really warn. It is not a very large wrap but just the right size. I love the idea of the pin for closure but with my clumsy self I would probably injure myself.

Oh that one? I thought that when you say a mega wrap, it's really huge and overwhelming. But it's really too short which just sits on your shoulder up to the bodice. That's okay. Some women will like this.

I love this wrap But when I got done it was way too small!!! A child might wear it. I was very, very disappointed. I did it exactly according to instructions. Who invented these figures anyway. This yarn isn't cheap.

I wonder if you crochet really tight. Meaning, is your gauge so tight that the stitches written on the pattern actually took up much less space? That is really the only thing I can think of. I wish I could be of more help. I like the look and the feel of boucle yarn, but darned if I cannot stand it when I make a mistake and have to try and pull out stitches! It is a nightmare.

Can anyone tell me the finished length and width of the Wrap? I am small and probably would need to alter the size, but would need to know the size as the instructions are written.

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