Monday, August 9, 2021

 Colorado Sunset Wrap Shawl Crochet Pattern
 By Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs

Is it A Shawl,  A Skirt,  A Wrap, A Cape  and  A Scarf!


I Love Crochet Patterns that are versatile.
And This one sure is!

I decided to Call This Wrap The  Colorado Sunset Wrap
 because The yarn I used reminds me
 of the sunsets we get here in Colorado.
All the colors of the yarn  remind me of seeing
 the sun set over the Rocky Mountain pine trees.


The Crochet Stitch Pattern is called Window Panes
 or Open Windows, depending on what Crochet book you
 look in or the crocheter you refer too.
Whatever you choose to call this Crochet stitch pattern,
 it's a easy, quick and perfect stitch for the crochet project.



See The Video On my Crochet
 Youtube Channel At This LINK





Colorado Sunset Wrap Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach

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 Skill: Easy

 Materials:

Hook – I /5.5 MM
Yarn - Med (4) 7 oz Caron Big Cakes Yarn/ Yarnspirations / Toffee Bridle
Yarn Needle

 Stitches:

Chain (ch)
Foundation Double Crochet (FDC)
Double Crochet (dc)
Skip (sk)
Space (sp)

Size: 16 X 42 inches
3 FDC = 1 inch
1 Row = 1 inch
Multiples – 4 + 2

Notes: Demo Stitched Using 30 FDC

Ch3 at ends of rows counts as the 1st dc of the next row.

 Pattern:

R: 1 – 130 FDC, Turn, Ch3 (130 FDC)

Beginning ch3 counts as 1st FDC


R: 2 – 1 dc in each dc, ch3, turn (130 dc)

R: 3 – ch3 counts as the 1st dc, 1 dc in the next dc, *ch2, sk 2 dc, 1 dc in the next 2 dc*

Repeat From * to * across row, ch3, turn (130 sts)

R: 4 - ch3 counts as the 1st dc, 1 dc in the next dc, *ch2, skip 2 chs, 1 dc in the next 2 dc*
Repeat From * to * across row, ch3 turn (130 sts)

R: 5 - Repeat R: 4

R: 6 – R: 27 - Continue To Repeat Repeat R: 4

If you want the Wrap longer – Continue to repeat R: 5 until desired length.

Actual Wrap Shawl

Trim:

R: 28 – 1 dc in each dc and in each ch across,

3 dc in the corner,

 *Turn, Dc evenly up the ‘short” side of the wrap,


Turn, ch3 and dc back down the side of the wrap*,

 3 dc in that corner,


 1 dc in each dc across, 3 dc in the corner,

 Then Repeat From * to *,

 Tie off  weave in your ends, when you reach the corner again.

Drawstring:

With 2 strands of yarn Ch 230, put a knot on each end of the Ch.

If you want the Drawstring longer, ch as many as needed.

 Weave the Draw string in and out every 4th dc on R: 1

 




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Is Available In My Raverly Shop
 At This LINK 
For 3.50

Any Worsted weight (4) yarn with a long
 variegated repeat will work for this pattern. 
I think the Amazing yarn 
from Lion Brand and the Boutique yarn from 
Red Heart would be awesome, as well as,
 any of the cake yarns.




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