H.I.M. Wrap

H.I.M. Wrap

"This pattern has been named for all of the families affected by the recent hurricanes, Harvey, Irma and Maria. A single pattern that can be worn in a variety of different ways; as a super scarf, as a shawl/wrap or as a scoodie. However you decide to wear it, you will certainly turn heads. Soft and warm this pattern will keep you cozy and toasty. Made with a #5 bulky weight yarn you can make this lovely pattern in a weekend. I used Lion Brand Yarn's Scarfie for my sample, this lovely yarn does all the color changing for you!"

NotesA quick, easy and very versatile pattern.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge5 rows by 17 stitches equals approximately 4 inches

Finished Size21 inches wide by 60 inches long

Materials List

  • 3 5.3 oz skeins Lion Brand Scarfie or other #5 weight yarn
  • K hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • scissors or snips

Assembly

This pattern is made in two pieces, working in the opposite of the beginning chain for the second half

Edging

I did an edging around my entire sample. I will only do the ends for the next one. I really didn't like the way the sides came out. Instructions for either way are included.

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I would like this wrap without the edging, personally. The design/pattern is so pretty, I think it does not need any! The Scarfie yarn gives such a subtle ombre effect, is so soft and lofty, and one skein goes a long way! I too, do not know what H.I.M. stands for.

I had to look at this pattern since I did not know what H.I.M meant. Makes sense and this would be a good wrap, scarf, etc to make for charity as well. I guess it will lay flatter making in two pieces. Easy enough pattern. I will crochet up quickly.

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