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One Skein Wrap

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Use an easy crochet pattern like this one to make a beautiful wrap. This One Skein Wrap is especially great because you can use just one skein of yarn to make it from start to finish. Use any color yarn you want to complete this quick and easy crochet pattern. It's the perfect item to wear year-round to keep the chill off your shoulders.

Crochet Skein Wrap
One Skein Wrap
This image courtesy of caron.com

Easy

Crochet Hook: N/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

MATERIALS
One Pound (454 g/16. oz;742 m/812 yds)

  • Main Color (MC) Cream (0589): 1 skein

SIZE
Approx. 24"/61 cm wide x 68"/172.5 cmlong

GAUGE
In pattern, 3 pattern repeats = 16"/40.5cm and 7 rows = 8"/20.5cm. Note: One pattern repeat forms one "wave",
and includes one dc7tog, 6 tr, and the ch-1 sps between them.


INSTRUCTIONS
*Pattern updated 1/15/14

NOTE
Wrap is worked horizontally (lengthwise).
 

HELPFUL
1. For a longer or shorter wrap, work more or fewer beginning chains in multiples of 12. Each multiple of 12 will lengthen or shorten the wrap by about 2"/5cm.
2. For a wider or narrower wrap, work more or fewer repeats of Rows 2 and 3.
 

WRAP
Ch 159 loosely.
Row 1: Dc3tog working over 4th ch from hook and next 2 ch, ch 1, [tr in next ch, ch 1] twice, (tr, ch 1, tr) in next ch, [ch 1, tr in next ch] twice, ch 1, *dc7tog over next 7 ch, ch 1, [tr in next ch, ch 1] twice, (tr, ch 1, tr) in next ch, [ch 1, tr in next ch] twice, ch 1; repeat from * to last 4 ch, dc4tog over last 4 ch, turn—13 pattern repeats.
Row 2: Ch 3, dc in next ch-1 sp, [dc in next tr, dc in next ch-1 sp] 5 times, dc in next tr, *dc2tog over next 2 ch-1 sps (skipping the dc7tog in between), [dc in next tr, dc in next ch-1 sp] 5 times, dc in next tr; repeat from * across to last ch-1 sp, dc2tog over last ch-1 sp and last dc3tog, turn.
Row 3: Ch 3, sk first dc2tog, dc3tog over next 3 dc, ch 1, [tr in next dc, ch 1] twice, (tr, ch 1, tr) in next dc, [ch 1, tr in next dc] twice, ch 1, *dc7tog over next 7 dc, ch 1, [tr in next dc, ch 1] twice, (tr, ch 1, tr) in next dc, [ch 1, tr in next dc] twice, ch 1; repeat from * to last 4 dc, dc4tog over last 4 dc, turn.
Repeat Rows 2 and 3 until piece measures 24"/61cm wide (or to desired width). Fasten off.
 

FINISHING
Fringe
Cut remaining yarn into strands 14–16"/35.5–40.5cm long. Holding 2 strands together, fold fringe in half. *Insert crochet hook from WS to RS in side edge of wrap, pull fold through, insert ends into fold and pull tight against edge; repeat from *, working across side edge. Repeat across other side edge. Optional (knotted fringe): Draw one end of the 2 strands all the way through the piece, folding the strands in half, until all 4 ends are even, tie an overhand knot about 1"/2cm from side edge.

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Ratings & Comments (27)

May 29, 2014

you need to go to the caron website to free patterns. then look at the special terms to know how to do the dc3tog , or the dc7tog. this pattern is not written very well to understand. even for an advanced crocheter.

 

Apr 13, 2014

can you tell me what the sps mean in this row dc2tog over next 2 ch-1 sps single--------?????

 

27 Ratings

Mar 28, 2014

as I am in the UK can you please tell me is the dc a double Crochet or a treble. Regards Sandra

 

Feb 24, 2014

This is a beautiful pattern and I am anxious to try it. However I am not sure what 'Dc7tog, Dc3tog', etc. means. I have never seem this type of abbreviation. Can someone describe how these stitches are made?

 

Feb 20, 2014

I've made 2 of these wraps and came out beautiful.

 

Feb 19, 2014

I have been wanting to try this pattern but after reading the comments I fear I will have the same problems. Can you please tell me if the problems with this pattern have been corrected? I have a June deadline for my niece's wedding. I thought this would make a lovely gift for her. Thank you.

 

Dec 18, 2013

I saw this pattern a few years back on Caron Yarns website. I checked again tonight. Caron is now on Yarnspirations website. This pattern was designed by Marilyn Losee and is located on this website. The address is www.yarnspirations.com/pattern/crochet/one-skein-wrap. I hope this helps. I read your reviews and felt your frustration.

 

Nov 12, 2013

I am an experienced crocheter but this pattern has me very puzzled. the way it's written is not clear and after completing 2nd row I realized something was wrong (I thought so while working on it but kept going to the end of the row). It doesn't lay flat like in the picture and instructions didn't make sense. Can someone please send me any corrections to this pattern. Thanks in advance.

 

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