Blue Ridge Wrap


"Wrap yourself in the warmth of this generously sized fashion accessory. The asymmetric shape and zig zag edge gives it a refreshing and updated look and the filet crochet edges add a touch of elegance. There are so many different configurations for wearing this wrap too. I made it in a self striping yarn, but it would look lovely in solids as well. This is a perfect addition to your fall wardrobe or holiday gift giving too!"


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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Wow. This is something different. My first time to see this. I want to see the pattern to see how it is done. But just for the colors used and based on what I see in the picture, it looks so interesting and challenges me to start this project. I love the combination of colors, blue, light brown and off white. Contrasting colors but very pleasant to the eyes. Lovely! Can't wait to start this project.

I live in the Blue Ridge mountains, so naturally the name of this project intrigued me. The author didnt explain why she named the pattern as she did, but the colors she used does remind me of the smoky fog that surrounds the trees in the morning. The only change I would make to the instructions themselves is to work the first row as a Foundation Single Crochet instead of a chain.


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