Crochet Wrap Pattern

This crochet wrap pattern is worked up in a fine yarn, making it great for cooler summer evenings. At the same time, its a fairly solid stitch pattern, so you could make this and wear it year round, including cold winter weather.

Crochet wrap pattern shown in two colors worn over the shoulders and wrapped around.

I chose two colors (Canadian Flag) colors, but you can just as easily use three or more colors to get a pretty color design. Yarn is carried up at each side, so you don’t have to worry about weaving in a million ends if you decide to use more colors.

One great thing about a crochet wrap is that you can wear it many different ways from a cozy shoulder wrap to a cozy scarf or cowl. All you need is a shawl pin and let your imagination and style guide you.

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Crochet Wrap Pattern

This wrap pattern is very easy to adjust in size from child to adult. Thus you could easily use any yarn you have on hand including worsted weight or chunky yarn.
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  • Yarn: Cotton Fair by Premier Yarns (Fine (#2) – 52% Cotton, 48% Acrylic, 317yds/290m – 3.5oz./100g) 2 balls of CA = White and 3 balls CB = Red (Note: I used 2 balls of CB and had just enough to finish, but I recommend to get 3 balls just in case.)
  • Crochet Hook: G 4.00mm
  • Other: Measuring Tape, Scissors, Yarn Needle.


  • Gauge (Before Blocking): 14 sts/chs and 14 rows = 3"
  • Finished Size (After Blocking): 17.5" wide x 66" long.



  • Change to new color at last step in last stitch made in previous row/color.
  • Carry unused yarn up at the side.
  • It is shown here in two colors, which are changed after every two rows. Another option is to use three to five colors and change after each row. It results in a slightly different, yet pretty color design.


  • With CA, ch 290, or any multiple of 3 + 2.
  • Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, (dc, ch 1) in next ch, *sk next ch, sc in next ch, (dc, ch 1) in next ch; rep from * across to last 2 chs, sk next ch, sc in last ch. Turn. [193 sts and 96 ch-1 sps]
  • Row 2: Ch 1, (sc, dc, ch 1) in first sc, *sk ch-1 and dc, (sc, dc, ch 1) in next sc; rep from * across up to last 2 sts; sk ch-1 and dc; sc in last sc. Turn. [193 sts and 96 ch-1 sps]
  • Rows 3-4: With CB, rep Row 2.
  • Rows 5-6: With CA, rep Row 2.
  • Rows 7-66: Repeat rows 3-6 until you are about 1" away from desired width, making sure to end last 2 rows with CA. Fasten Off CA at last row.


  • Rnds 1-3: With CB, ch 1, sc evenly around working 3 sc into each corner; join with sl st in first sc. Fasten Off at last rnd.

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  1. 5 stars
    This is so beautiful and sounds very easy to make. I can see myself wearing it often. I myself can see putting a stick pin on it to keep it in place. Or a button, or two, and using some of the yarn and crocheting a small chain and attaching it across so I can button it. I have some really cute and pretty buttons that would look fantastic with the red and white. Thank you so much for the pattern. After I make it and, if I put a button, or two, on, I will comment back. If you could please email me and let me know how to share a picture with you, I would greatly appreciate it.

    I am almost 55 years old and have been crocheting for 33 years. I taught myself to crochet and am working on a shoulder wrap now made with “I Love This Yarn” in Scarlet Rose. I love the feel of the yarn and it works up beautifully.

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