Love shawls? Love stoles? Can't choose what shape you like best? Call it a Wrap. It's made just for you. This one even looks lovely worn as a head scarf or fascinator. When I draped it over my head and threw the ends over my shoulders, I felt positively glamorous! It's FUN to play with the ways you can wrap yourself in this "wrap".
Instructions are given on how to adjust for sizes small and large. Have fun and make Call it a Wrap fit just like you want!
If this is your first time with the Delta Crochet technique than you will love the written instructions that walk you through it. The combination of written instructions, photos and charts will help you to understand and learn. It's really a simple technique.
Gauge is not important in this pattern - it's a shawl!!!
This pattern is rated at intermediate because you need to be careful of your counts.
Thank you to all the people who tested for me and were great sticklers for detail. There finished wraps are posted on this pattern page.
Fiber: recommend sock, fingering, sport, baby
Fingering Weight yarn - 1150 yards (large size)
Sport Weight yarn - 800 yards (small size)
6 mm faceted rounds (or size that works with your yarn)
Small: 90 beads
Large: 102 beads
US Size G hook (4.25 mm)
Sizes in this pattern:
Small: Finished size estimated to be 58 inches before blocking.
Large: Finished size estimated to be 84 inches before blocking.
Tip - Your shawl size will vary based on the type of fiber you choose, your hook choice, your tension and how aggressively you block. These are estimations only.
There is no gauge.
1150 yards of Fingering weight
I have been crocheting for 40 years. It is a craft that I want to promote and encourage in everyone that loves to create. I especially like to bring the antique patterns and techniques forward in time and make them accessible to new crocheters.