By Melissa Mall
Model: Melissa Mall
I had a single skein of this fuzzy, aqua yarn in my stash that was just begging to be made into something springy. I settled on a simple rectangular wrap, with a stitch pattern simple enough that I had it memorized by the third row. The result is something light, fluffy (finished in one night) and just the right size to keep your shoulders warm when it’s cool outside.
Finished Measurements: Wrap shown measures 12″ x 40″ after blocking
- Caron Dazzleaire [80% Acrylic, 20% Nylon; 155yd/141m per 3oz/85g skein]; 1 skein in Tidal Pool
- N/15 (10.00mm size) hook
Gauge: 5sts/4 rows = 4â€³/10cm in patt but this is not critical
Note: The wrap can be made to any size, just be sure to begin with a multiple of 3 + 1.
V-st: dc, ch 1, dc in same st as last dc.
Row 1: Ch 28. Dc in 4th ch from hook. *Skip 2 ch, V-st. Repeat from * across until 3 ch remain. Skip 2 ch, dc in last ch. Turn.
Row 2: Ch 4. Dc in first st. *V-st into 2nd dc of next V-st. Repeat from * across until 1 dc and turning chain remain. Skip 1 dc and 1 ch, dc into next ch. Turn.
Repeat Row 2 until end of yarn or desired length.
Wash and block to open stitches. Hold closed with a pin, brooch, or clip.
About the Designer
Melissa Mall is an at-home mom with four sons eight and under. They have just completed yet another transcontinental move – hopefully it will be their last!!! You can keep up with their ordinary adventures over at her blog, or take a peek at her crochet patterns and tutorials at Inner Child Crochet.
Pattern & images Â© Melissa Mall. All rights reserved.
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