Crochet Colour Weave Wrap Pattern

Crochet Colour Weave Wrap Pattern

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Crochet Color Weave Wrap

Crochet Color Weave Wrap

Crochet Color Weave Wrap

Introducing the Crochet Color Weave Wrap. Yarnspirations Designers nailed this for design and concept! Just outstanding. It uses the concept of using two colours of Bernat POP at the same time. The colours play with each other and you can create practically one-of-a-kind wraps using this concept.

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Crochet Color Weave Wrap Pattern

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You are looking at two concepts being worn together in tandem. There’s an easy to make wrap plus there is an additional scarf in play here. WOW!


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10 thoughts on “Crochet Colour Weave Wrap Pattern”

  1. Kelly M Lane says:

    No Blue Button

    1. Marina King says:

      button added

  2. Dorinda says:

    I’m loving the pattern. I watched your tutorial and it really helped with when starting the 3rd row. The printed instructions have an extra “1 dc in each of the next 2 dc” instruction that was completely throwing me off. Now I’m almost done with the back. Works very quick. It’s my first time working with 2 skeins connected to the project at once.

    I’d like to do matching ones for my grandchildren. Any ideas on reducing size to tween/teen size or child size? Was thinking multiples of 4 + 2?

  3. I’m confused. Tutorial?

  4. Cindy says:

    I would like to try this pattern as a blanket. What are the multiples to make it wider, please? ? It is very pretty! Thanks

  5. Melissa Ernst says:

    The stitch is much larger than is shown in the picture. I’ve gone down a hook size and it’s still larger.
    Any ideas?

  6. Max says:

    I love this pattern and I’ve started it three times but I just don’t understand the stitch pattern. Any chance you’ll make a tutorial on this?

    1. Melissa Ernst says:

      The 2nd row fills in the holes in the chain made when skipping 2, you put the double crotchets in the chain itself. Going forward, you are going to be using the previous row skips. The stitches don’t go in the open area but in the 2 double crotchets that are there.
      I hope that helps. It took me far too long to figure this out on a pattern that should be easier to read.

  7. Sanine says:

    I would love to make this wrap. I thought it was going to be easy because the skill level was easy but I’m new to crocheting and don’t understand how to make the colors line up (Note section of pattern). Do you know of any tutorials that could help me?

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