The Two Skein Granny Rows Wrap is here and I’m so excited to share this design with you. The pattern release is just in time for fall so it’s perfect for keeping you cozy during those chilly days. It’s a simple row repeat which makes it a wonderful project to work on while you’re watching your favourite movie or tv show. It contains the basic stitches and would be perfect for market prep season or for ticking off those boxes on your gift giving list.
Learn more about this pattern below…
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About This Pattern:
This fun wrap pattern uses the basic stitches to create an easy and repetitive wrap project. It has a lovely appeal that is created by crocheting the classic granny look with solid segments in between. The completed size measures approximately 63 ½ inches long and 18 inches wide. It’s lightweight but cozy and displays a lovely soft drape as it hangs over your shoulders. This pattern uses Lion Brand Mandala yarn which comes in a variety of beautiful colourway options and creates a gorgeous, striped finished piece.
- Lion Brand Mandala Yarn (2 cakes). The wrap uses approximately 1156 yards of yarn. If you haven’t worked with this yarn before, you can check out my review here: Lion Brand Mandala Yarn Review
- 5mm crochet hook (I used my Furls Streamline Ebony hook)
- Yarn needle
- Measuring Tape
What’s Inside The Pattern?
This pattern is available for purchase in my Etsy and Ravelry shops. You will receive a 5 page .pdf file that contains important notes, materials needed, special stitch tutorials and photos for particular steps within the pattern. I know that not everyone needs the photos or likes to print them off. I have included them on the last page so that you can choose to deselect that page in the printing process if you prefer. My patterns are in a written format that is neat and tidy with a straightforward layout.
As I mentioned above, I have included a special stitch tutorial on how to make the granny cluster within this particular project. I have also made a helpful photo that is labeled with notes indicating stitch placement for your beginning cluster row.
You’ll also see details on how you can find me on various social media platforms if you’d like to show off your beautiful project!
This pattern has been through testing so you can feel confident in your purchase. That means my pattern has been sent to a few other crocheters prior to release. They make the pattern and ensure that stitch counts and row counts are accurate. They check for spelling mistakes, make helpful suggestions and go over all the details so that everything is in order and ready for you! Check out my tester versions below….aren’t they wonderful?
Did You Know?
This crochet project is a companion piece to the One Skein Granny Rows Scarf. You can find that pattern for free on my blog with an ad-free printer friendly .pdf version in my Etsy and Ravelry shops. If you’re interested in purchasing both, I have set up a Granny Rows Bundle in my Etsy shop. No special code required!
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