Only Cotton Wrap - Free Crochet Pattern

Only Cotton Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

Only Cotton Wrap - The times of breezy summer nights and sunny autumn days are nearby and most of the time it might still be just a little too warm to wear a coat. No worries, because this crocheted scarf is the perfect item to wrap yourself into and at the same time is giving you a fashionable look! Want to get going with the free crochet pattern? Continue reading...

This elegant crocheted wrap of Lana Grossa has cheerful fringes and a beautiful eyelet pattern. Because of its large size, this wrap will definitely keep your warm and offers you many possibilities on how to wear it. Combine this comfortable wrap in a casual way with a jeans or wear it with a cheerful dress!

This wrap is made with the soft and lightweight yarn Lana Grossa Only Cotton. This yarn consists of 100% cotton and has a tubular structure. Therefore it looks voluminous but feels super soft and gives it your wrap the ultimate wearing comfort. Pick your favourite from the 11 beautiful colours and get going with this crochet pattern!

Size wrap: ± 260 x 105 cm

What do you need?
- 10 balls Lana Grossa Only Cotton colour 7
- Crochet hook no. 7mm

Stitches used:
St.              = Stitch
Ch.             = Chain
Sl.st.          = Slip stitch
Sc.             = Single crochet
Dc.             = Double crochet
Trc.            = Triple crochet
Bundle-st.  = Bundled stitches:
Work the sts. as followed:
Start with tch. 3 (=1 dc.), ch. 2, skip 1 st., *bundle st. 1 in the next st. (= yarn over 1, insert in the dc., yarn over 1 and draw a 1.5 cm loop through, **yarn over 1, insert in the same dc., yarn over 1 and draw a 1.5 cm loop through, repeat from ** 1x, yarn over and draw through all 7 loops on your hook), ch. 2, skip 1 st., repeat * until the end of the row, end with dc. 1 in the upper ch. of the last dc. of the previous row.

Gauge/Swatch:
10 sts. and 7 rows = 10 x 10 cm

Only Cotton Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

Only Cotton Wrap - Free Crochet Pattern

The first dc. of each row consists of 3 ch.

Ch. 5 and sl.st. 1 in the first ch. to make a ring.
Row 1: Ch. 3 (= 1 dc.) and dc. 6 in the ring = 7 sts.
Row 2: Tch. 4 (= 1 trc.) and dc. 2 in the last st. of the previous row. Dc. 1, dc. 1, dc. 3 in the next st., dc. 1, dc. 1 and trc. 1 in the upper ch. of the previous row = 13 sts.
Row 3: Tch. 2 (= 1 dc.), dc. 1 in the last st. of the previous row. Dc. 1 in the next 5 sts., dc. 3 in the same st., dc. 1 in the next 5 sts. and dc. 2 in the upper ch. of the previous row = 17 sts.
Row 4: Tch. 4 (= 1 trc.), dc. 2 in the last dc. of the previous row. Dc. 1 in the next 7 sts., dc. 3 in the same st., dc. 1 in the next 7 sts., and dc. 2, trc. 1 in the upper ch. of the last st. of the previous row = 23 sts.

Work according to the same logic until you've crocheted 29 rows. You'll get 147 sts.

Only Cotton Wrap Pattern Chart

Row 30: Work Bundle sts. Tch. 3 and ch. 2, bundle st. 1 in the second st. At the end of the row end with bundle st. 1 in the second last st., ch. 2 and dc. 1 in the upper ch. of the previous row.
For the point (where you work 3 dc. each row) ch. 2, bundle st. 1 and ch. 2 = 151 sts.

Continue in the basis pattern like you did for rows 1 to 29. Start row row 31 with tch. 4 (= 1 trc.) and dc. 2 in the last st. of the previous row. Work the dc. in the ch. space in between the bundle sts. At the end of the row end with dc. 1 and trc. 1 in the upper ch. of the previous row = 157 sts.

After 49 rows you've got 257 st. Work 2 rows of bundle st., whereby you the work the increases for the first bundle st. the same way as for row 30. = 261 sts.
Start the second row of bundle st. with tch. 4 (=  trc. 1), dc. 2 in the last st. of the previous row. Then alternate ch. 1 and bundle st. 1 in the sts. of the previous row, end with ch. 1, dc. 2 and trc. 1 in the upper ch. of the dc. of the previous row.

Only Cotton Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

Finishing the wrap:
If you want to you can vaporise the wrap such that it gets a tight shape. Work 2 rounds of sc. around the sides. Place a fringe at the top of each bundle st. of row 30. Cut 4 yarns of 22 cm long for eacht fringe. After attaching the fringes cut them at a desired length.

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8 comments

  • Cindy

    I guess that I am not understanding, what is the Bundle Stitch????? And Thank-You!!!!!!!! Cindy

    • Hi Cindy, the bundle stitch is a sort of cluster stitch made of sc. Yarn over 1 and insert in the next st., then yarn over and draw a longer loop of 1.5 cm through the stitch. Repeat this twice in the same stitch such that you get 7 loops on your hook. Yarn over 1 and draw through all 7 loops on your hook. Good luck, kind regards Elianne

  • Kimberley Sands

    I am a beginner. Is the only cotton wrap something that I could tackle.

    Kim

  • Daliah

    I have never crocheted in my life until the viral shawl which was helped greatly by watching how it was made via YouTube. I am finding it very hard to read this pattern without any visual demo. Is it possible to have a brief video on this pattern please? Thanks.

  • Daliah

    Please confirm the stitch chart mentioned above is American or British? Thanks.

  • Daliah

    "Work according to the same logic until you've crocheted 29 rows. You'll get 147 sts."

    please clarify which row to start from and which row I should finish at to reach 147 stitches, thanks.

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