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Vintage Crocheted Wrap & Scarf Pattern

Vintage Crocheted Wrap & Scarf Pattern





The Design

“Romantic, dramatic.”

We love the delicate drama of our favorite afghan stitch rendered in an ethereal lace-weight mohair. Seven tonally close colors paint a romantic picture while two high-contrast colors offer geometric cool. Crocheted lengthwise, this piece has a slightly finicky start, but once you get the rhythm, you won’t be able to put it down!

We chose two airy mohair/silk blends (Rowan Kidsilk Haze and Isager Silk Mohair) to create the frothy, lace-like Wrap & Scarf!

This 4-page pattern includes:

  • Color photography by the talented Jared Flood.
  • Easy-to-read crochet chart and key.
  • Brief guide on swatching in crochet.
  • Instructions on how to finish and block your piece.

See how we've used this pattern!

The Details

Wrap: Approx. 21 x 80"/53 x 203cm, after blocking.
Scarf: Approx. 10½ x 72"/26.5 x 183cm, after blocking.
Note: Width is measured peak to peak.

Wrap: 9 skeins Rowan Kidsilk Haze (229 yds/210m each): 2 skeins each Colors A and B; 1 skein each Colors C–G. Colors shown above: A = 664, B = 676, C = 653, D = 597, E = 590, F = 611, G = 639. Or equivalent amounts in seven colors of a similar lace-weight mohair yarn.
Scarf: 4 skeins Isager Silk Mohair (231 yds/211m each): 2 skeins each Colors A and B. Colors shown at left: A = 47, B = 0. Or equivalent amounts in two colors of a similar lace-weight mohair yarn.

US E/4 (3.5mm) crochet hook, or size to obtain gauge.
Locking markers (12 for wrap, 11 for scarf).
Darning needle to finish; blocking wires and T-pins.

1 repeat (peak to peak) = approx. 2"/5cm, after blocking and resting.
Refer to swatching instructions on page 2.

This project may look daunting and the foundation row can be finicky, but we’ve added a chart to help you along the way. Take time to swatch so you can practice and get into the rhythm of the zigs and zags.

After working a few repeats, take a moment to look back and make sure your stitches match the chart. Checking every few repeats will save you from having to pull out a full row! Our test crocheters also found it was helpful to mark decreases every few repeats, so they were sure to keep them aligned as work progressed.

Digital Vintage Crocheted Wrap & Scarf pattern. (Download)

Printed Vintage Crocheted Wrap & Scarf pattern. (Requires shipping.)

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