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Floating Crochet Wrap


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Inspired by classic snowflake doilies, this stunning wrap turns heads. The pure beauty of crochet shines as it floats around your body. Wear it as a shawl, or tied behind your back as a top, or twisted around your waist; you will find that you will want to keep coming back to it day after day. The wrap is constructed of grannies that are joined as you go and the edging is added last. As with all my patterns, the motifs and construction are both written out and diagrammed in symbols. The pattern is written in 3 sizes, shawlette, shawl, poncho size. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY chain slip stitch single crochet half double crochet double crochet treble crochet double treble crochet GAUGE Granny Motif= 6 1/4" diameter SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Shawl is 13.5" by 43.75" (19" by 56.5", 24.5" by 68.75") in S, M, L size. Smallest size is a shawlette. Shown in M. SUGGESTED YARN 1200 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN RYC Rowan Classic Cashsoft COLORWAY #425 Weather

Recommended with this pattern

  • G/6 (4.0mm) hk or hk needed to obtain gauge.
  • Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends.
  • Blocking pins and spray bottle.

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Crochet By Faye
Crochet By Faye
A career in structural engineering may seem a far cry from crochet design, but for me it doesn?t matter if I am building a concrete building or a granny square blanket. My approach to designing them is the same. I take a big project and break it down into little items that I can understand, then piece them back together for the big picture. In my book Blueprint Crochet: Modern Designs for the Visual Crocheter (Interweave Press, 2008), I used my engineering background and crochet symbols to bring crochet to new learners. Robyn?s latest book, Unexpected Afghans, from Interweave Press 2012, shows how to use classic crochet techniques for astoundingly innovative afghans. She is incredibly thankful to be able to design and write from home in Pittsburgh, PA while playing with her little ?office assistants?. She is also the author of Baby Blueprint Crochet, Simply Crochet, and Crochet Stitches Visual Encyclopedia (Wiley 2011).