Greenery Wrap

Greenery Wrap

"The Greenery Wrap combines modern geometric shapes with a classic lacy shawl or wrap. This pattern is easier than it looks and includes a step by step photo tutorial to help you learn the triangle mesh stitch. Use Caron Cakes yarn in 'Pistachio' to make this wrap in green tones from celadon to avocado or use a different colorway or yarn of your choice! All you need is a worsted weight yarn and a 5.5mm crochet hook to get started."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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This is a really pretty design. I like this open weave and it can be worn during all four seasons of the year. This can be worn on a chilly night in the summer and as a scarf during the colder winter months. I think the pistachio color is a very neutral and will accentuate almost everything.

I have been itching to complete a project with the yarn cakes. I have had the opportunity to pick up a few on sale and have been waiting for the perfect project. I have two different color cakes and if this pattern works up easily, I know I will have two beautiful completed wraps in no time.

I am loving the colors here. And lots can be said about the Caron Cakes yarns. They are soft and squishy not scratchy at all for an acrylic yarn! I would be happy to try this one for myself. it looks like it is just a repeat of chains. What could be easier OR work up FASTER that that? This will be fun!

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