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Unique Lace Crochet Wrap

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This Unique Lace Crochet Wrap is a beautiful crochet pattern to make for women of all ages. It's a great layering piece that can be worn any time of the year. An optional I-cord tie allows you to wear this crochet wrap in many different ways: open and draped around your shoulders or gathered and tied like a shrug. The lace crochet design and gorgeous colors throughout the pattern catch your eye differently depending on how it’s worn. This free crochet pattern is made using 3 skeins of Lion Brand Unique yarn.

Unique Lace Crochet Wrap
Unique Lace Crochet Wrap
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Easy

Crochet Hook: N/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

MATERIALS:

 

SIZE:
One Size

 

NOTE:
Center Chain (ch) refers to the 2nd or middle chain space from the previous row

 

Unique WrapINSTRUCTIONS:

Row 1: Ch 119.  1sc in the 2nd ch.  [Ch3 and skip 2sts.  1sc in next ch] 36x
Row 2: Ch3 and turn. 3dc in center ch. [Ch3. 1sc in center ch. Ch3. 3dc in center ch] 18x. 1dc in last sc.
Row 3: Ch1 and turn. 1sc in first st. [Ch3. 1sc in first ch after 3dc. Ch3. 1sc in last ch before 3dc] 18x. Ch3. 1sc in top of turning ch (Ch3).
Row 4: Ch6 and turn. 1sc in center ch. [Ch3. 3dc in center ch. Ch3. 1sc in center ch] 18x. Ch2. 1dc in last sc.
Row 5: Ch1 and turn. 1sc in firt st. [Ch3. 1sc in last ch before 3dc. Ch3. 1sc in first ch after 3dc] 18x. Ch3. 1sc in 4th ch of turning ch (Ch6).
Rows 6-21: Repeat rows 2, 3, 4 and 5, consecutively (repeat all four rows four times). Fasten off and weave in ends
Row 22: Create a 20” length of I-cord or chain

You can wear this wrap either with or without the I-cord. To use I-cord, simply weave it through the edges of the wrap as shown.

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Does anyone have a pic of one they finished?? I'd like to try this one but don't know if the particular color scheme yarn is still available. Does anyone know???

Hi, Maia. The color scheme used for this appears to be the Grapvine color and is still available on the lion brand website. http//www.lionbrand.com/6030/InventoryPage/1694675 == /1.html I haven't made one of my own but really like the look of this wrap and its is something I hope to make soon. I hope you get a chance to make it and can show us your finished item.

Beautiful pattern that I would like to make. Wish that the colorway of Unique used in the sample had been specified, though.

I don't understand the end of row 3 and beginning of row 4

I don't understand the end of row 3 and the beginning of row 4

I love the close up view of the pattern. So many are very indistinct and just too difficult to see, so thank you for that

I would like directions for a shorter version.

what does 1 c meant in row 1? one ch? just that little letter has me thrown. Thanks ahead of time!

I wish someone would answer this question. I'd love to make this, but I have so many other clearly written projects that I have back-burnered this lovely wrap until the "c" mystery is resolved.

I asked the designer at, Lorene, at her website, Cre8tioncrochet.com. She said the "c" should be an "sc." What a doll, she got back to me so quickly! I'm off to make my wrap!

Thank you so much for getting in touch with the designer and resolving this issue with the pattern! I, along with many others it seems, really want to start this pattern! It's looks so comfortable and versatile, I love that you can change how you use the I-cord to close the wrap. Have you made this specific pattern yet? If so, any tips for us?

cerruiz50 9322161, We've updated the pattern - thanks so much! -editors of AllFreeCrochet

I'm very new to crochet....well I used to do it years ago. Anyway, the chart for this shawl is a little confusing to me! But, I am going to try & make this!

Lancermom2, the vest pattern is located here: http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Tops/Unique-Sh == ell-Vest

Not sure if it helps, but here's the designer's link with more pictures of how to wear the wrap: http://www.cre8tioncrochet.com/2014/04/unique-yarn == -patterns-and-review/ I think the vest is a separate pattern.

you are right! The vest pattern is separate. http://www.allfreecrochet.com/Tops/Uniq == ue-Shell-Vest Also, your link has two == in it which caused it to crash for me. But, when I deleted the spaces before and after it (to the - ) it worked fine. http://www.cre8tioncrochet.com/2014/04/unique-ya == rn-patterns-and-review/

I love the many ways this wrap can be worn...but I'm confused as to how you put it on to give the appearance of a vest like I've seen pictures of. Is there a picture somewhere of the back?

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