Spring Into Summer Wrap Shawl


Spring Into Summer Wrap Shawl

Spring Into Summer Wrap Shawl
Spring Into Summer Wrap Shawl

"This is a Wonderfully Lacy Wrap Shawl that pairs great with dress up or Dress down. Whether you are wearing a Dress or Jeans, this warp is the perfect fit on cool mornings or chilly evenings. Spring Into Summer Lacy Wrap Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach Please add this Pattern to your Ravelry Favorites Skill: Easy to Moderate Materials: Crochet Hook- J Yarn – Worsted weight (4) 12 oz. I used Caron Cake Yarn – Key Lime Buttons – 2 buttons, 1 1/2 - 3 inch buttons of your choice. Yarn Needle Stitches: Chain (ch) Single Crochet (sc) Double Crochet (dc) Treble/ Triple Crochet (tr) Skip (sk) Space (sp) Size: about 17 inches wide x 56 inches long"

NotesI chose to use the Caron Cake Yarn, but any Of
the new Cake Yarns will work.
And, actually, Any Worsted Weight (4) Yarns
would be great for this project.

I designed this wrap with a J hook for a open
and lacy pattern. The pattern is an easy repeat,
and makes a great take a long project.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Finished Size17 inches wide X 56 inches long

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I have a couple Caron Cakes yarn on hand that I have been wanting to use. This looks like a great project to make to use them on. I will gift it to someone because I am not really a shawl or cape person. 17 x 56 is a very generous size. I had no trouble getting the pattern from the designers blog, but her blog page contains a crazy amount of popup ads.

I am looking for the poncho(picture attached). Is it yours, or do you know where I can find it?

how do I get the pattern for the summer wrap shawl.

There are a couple things that I really like about this shawl pattern. Number one, it has an easily memorized repeating stitch pattern which enables me to work out my stress in a ritualistic way while I watch whatever the heck I want on the tv. Number two, the Caron Cakes yarn! Enough said.

What a perfect name for this lovely shawl. I think it is going to be perfect for either Spring or later Summer into Fall which is where we find ourselves right now here in Cape Town, South Africa. Caron yarns are not available here and, as I try hard to use yarns made from easily renewable resources, I will probably use one of the range of hand dyed bamboo yarns locally produced by Vinnis Colours. Anyway, whatever I use, I am really looking forward to wearing this gorgeous shawl.


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