This oversize wrap combines simple stitches with a creative twist to make them pop. Created all with dc and chains only. Some of the chains are left alone for an open look, while others are twisted into a Jacob’s ladder. These changes in texture give this wrap a great overall look that is easy to achieve.
What’s more, this pattern can be worn in a variety of different ways for multiple different looks!
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Lion Brand Heartland in Yellowstone
750 yards or 3 skeins
6.5mm (K) Hook
21” wide by 52” long
13sts and 7 rows = 4”
ch(s) – chain(s), dc – double crochet, st(s) – stitch(es),
FDC– foundation double crochet- Picture tutorial HERE
Chain 4 (counts as 1st fdc). Yarn over and insert hook in 4th chain from hook. *Yarn over and pull up loop (3 loops on hook), yarn over and pull through 1 loop creating a chain st, (this is an important step but easy to forget). Yarn over again and pull through first two loops on hook (two loops remaining). Yarn over again and pull through last two loops on hook. This completes the second fdc (remember your 1st ch4 counted as the 1st fdc). To stitch the next fdc, yarn over and insert the hook into the chain made in the 2nd fdc and repeat from *
CSDC– Chainless Starting Double Crochet- Turn work. Pull up a loop to the height of a normal dc. YO with the loop so that the hook is behind the loop. Insert the hook into the first st of row. Compete a normal dc (YO and draw through st (3 loops on hook). YO and draw through first two loops on hook. YO and draw through last two loops on hook). Here is a fantastic tutorial by Moogly
- Ch3 can be substituted for the CSDC
All the different ways you can wear your Braided and Broken Wrap!
Lorene Eppolite is the designer behind Cre8tion Crochet and has been designing since October 2012. She loves to create fun and easy crochet accessories and garments and strives to make her designs to be achievable for any skill level. Just because it is easy, doesn’t mean it can’t be beautiful. Lorene was named one of the Top Ten Designers by The Yarn Box in 2012, and named a Top Blogger by AllFreeCrochet in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Lorene has many patterns published by Red Heart Yarns.