Crochet wrap patterns are a nice medium sized project. Not too small but not as large as a blanket so they seem to work up a little faster. If you’re a beginner looking to expand out in some fun ways with the basic stitches, this pattern would be great for you! Simple striped rows combined with a fun V-Stitch middle creates a colourful and cozy wrap for you enjoy.
Learn more about this pattern below…
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About This Pattern:
This fun, colourful wrap combines simple stitches to create an eye catching project. Solid stripes add a pop of colour to the ends with a lovely V-Stitch accent in the middle. It’s airy but cozy, perfect for keeping the breeze off on the beach or cuddling up with on the sofa catching up on your favourite shows. You can make this wrap using worsted weight yarn however if you would like a bit of extra drape, you could definitely crochet it using DK weight yarn. Keep in mind that this could alter the finished size and the amount of yarn needed. If you choose it make it using DK yarn, don’t forget to adjust your hook size to compliment the yarn. And definitely don’t forget to share a picture with me on Instagram (@sweet_bee_crochet) because I would LOVE to see!
- 5mm hook (I used my WeCrochet Radiant Hook)
- Yarn needle
- Measuring tape
Normally, you will find particular yardage amounts for my designs however for this project, I chose to simply note how many skeins you will need.
This design is made using Brava worsted yarn, generously provided by WeCrochet in 4 colours. The colourways in the photo are as follows:
- 4 skeins of “White” (colour A)
- 1 skein of “Blush” (colour B)
- 1 skein of “Cotton Candy” (colour C)
- 1 skein of “Seashell” (colour D”)
At the time of writing this pattern, one skein of Brava worsted is 218 yards and 100 grams. Brava worsted yarn is a wonderfully vibrant and soft acyrlic yarn from WeCrochet. If you haven’t ordered from this company before, you can read about my experience here: Ordering From WeCrochet – Is It Worth It?
What’s Inside The Pattern?
This pattern is available in my Etsy and Ravelry shops for $6.00 CDN. You will have receive a 5 page pattern in a .pdf format that contains all the important details. Materials, important notes, special stitch tutorials along with helpful stitch placement photos to guide you along.
My patterns are all in a written format, explained simply and clearly. Geared to beginners but also advanced crocheters looking for an easy-going project when they need a break from the bigger, more complicated designs.
You will be purchasing a high quality design that has been through a pattern testing process! This means prior to being available in my shops, it has been made by other crocheters to check for errors with grammar or stitch counts and generally makes sure the pattern works up the way its supposed to. This is a very important step! If you’d like to learn more about my creation and testing process, check out this post: Behind The Scenes of Designing A Crochet Pattern
Speaking of pattern testing, I owe a huge thank you to my fanastic and reliable testers for this pattern. They all shared how much they enjoyed working on this design and created some really lovely wraps. You can see their versions below:
I hope you will check out the V-Stitch Colour Block Wrap and that you’ll have a ton of fun crocheting it. If you have any questions or need more information, please head over to my contact page for all the ways we can connect. Did you know that I have a community Facebook Group? All crocheters are welcome, no matter your skill level! Post links to your favourite free/paid patterns, tutorials and blog posts. Ask crochet related questions and post pictures of your projects. It’s small but growing and I’d love to have you join us! Check it out by clicking the banner below…