Cotton Wrap

An easy rectangular large soft cotton wrap for you to crochet, made with just two stitches.

Shawls are much more versatile and lighter to carry around than cardigans, they are great to fold over your shoulders when the evenings get cooler.

Crochet cotton wrap

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Crochet Cotton Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

Pattern Number CNC53

Abbreviations
WS.    Wrong Side

RS.     Right Side
st.      Stitch
ch.     Chain
sc.     Single Crochet
dc.     Double Crochet
rpt.    Repeat
sl st.  Slip Stitch

Base of ch. Work in first stitch

Approx finished size: 43 inches x 24.5 Inches

Materials
I have used:-
160 grams of King Cole Cottonsoft DK in color 1
80 grams of King Cole Cottonsoft DK in each of colors 2 & 3

OR an equivalent yarn would be:-
5.65oz of Worsted Weight #3 cotton yarn in color 1
2.85oz of Worsted Weight #3 cotton yarn in each of colors 2 & 3

5.00mm crochet hook

GAUGE – 4sc & 3 rows measures approx 1 inch

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Using color 1 ch171, (RS) 1dc in 3rd ch from hook, * ch1, skip 1ch, 1dc in next ch, * rpt from * to end. Turn. (85dc)

Pattern Row 1 – ch1, 1sc in base of ch1, 1sc in each ch1 space and dc to end. Turn. (169sc)

Pattern Row 2 – ch2, 1dc in base of ch2, * ch1, skip 1sc, 1dc in next sc, * rpt from * to * to end. Turn.

Rpt Pattern Rows 1 & 2 six more times. Fasten off.

Join in color 2 and rpt the Pattern Rows 1 & 2 eight more times. Fasten off.

Join in color 3 and rpt the Pattern Rows 1 & 2 eight more times. Fasten off.

Join in color 1 and rpt the Pattern Rows 1 & 2 eight more times. Turn.

Rpt Pattern Row 1 once. Fasten off.

With WS facing return to cast on edge (starting ch), join color 1 to first st, ch1, 1sc in base of ch1, 1sc in each ch1 space and dc to end. Fasten off.

Finishing – Weave in any loose ends of yarn and trim off.

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4 thoughts on “Cotton Wrap

  1. Nancy Towers

    Just wondering if it was a misprint at the end of the pattern about going to the cast on edge, to complete the border row? I may not understand what it is, but thought that was a knitting term, do LOVE THE PATTERN.

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