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Coraline in the Wine Country Shawl and Wrap crochet pattern

Coraline in the Wine Country Shawl and Wrap crochet pattern

Coraline in the Wine Country, the fourth crochet pattern in the series, is celebrating Coraline’s sabbatical traveling the globe. A globe trekker in training, she still loves wearing her pumps on a bicycle and journaling by a water fountain.

Coraline in the Wine Country, Shawl and Wrap free #crochet pattern by Celina Lane, Simply Collectible

Coraline in the Wine Country

She isn’t using the internet right now and loves sending letters using pen and paper, doodling over mistakes. She wrote me a letter while wearing this shawl with her feet in the Vaillancourt Fountain! Get this. She is headed up to Mendocino and working her way through wine country. So far, she’s been to Morocco, Times Square, and San Francisco on this journey. (Click each location to see the special items I made for her trip.)

Exciting UPDATE: We’ve recently updated this pattern with new colors and pictures. Check out the new Coraline in the Wine Country pattern here. 

Coraline in the Wine Country, Shawl and Wrap free #crochet pattern by Celina Lane, Simply Collectible

Coraline in the Wine Country, Shawl and Wrap free #crochet pattern by Celina Lane, Simply Collectible

Coraline in the Wine Country, Shawl and Wrap free #crochet pattern by Celina Lane, Simply Collectible

Coraline in the Wine Country, Shawl and Wrap free #crochet pattern by Celina Lane, Simply Collectible

Coraline in the Wine Country, Shawl and Wrap free #crochet pattern by Celina Lane, Simply Collectible

Coraline in the Wine Country, Shawl and Wrap free #crochet pattern by Celina Lane, Simply Collectible

Coraline in the Wine Country crochet pattern:

Yarn:
Cascade 220 worsted weight yarn 4 medium is perfect for this project.  7oz/ 560 yards.

Materials:
US Size J/10 (6.0mm) crochet hook, yarn needle, scissors

Difficulty:
Easy

Size:
One size fits most

Gauge:
Not critical for this project

Stitch Guide:
ch(s) – chain(s)
dc – double crochet
st(s) – stitch(es)

Notes:
Turning chain counts as first dc in each row.
Ch 4, sl st to form a loop.

Row 1:  Ch 4, 2 dc in loop, ch 3, 3 dc in  loop – 6 dc, 1 ch-3 space.

Row 2:  Ch 5, turn, dc in the same as the turning chain, ch 1, skip 1, dc in the next dc, ch 1, [dc, ch 3, dc] in the ch-3 space, ch 1, dc in the next dc, ch 1, skip 1, [dc, ch 1, dc] in the ch-4 space — 8 dc, 1 ch-3 space, 1 ch-5 space.

Row 3:  Ch 5, turn, dc in same st as turning chain, ch 1, [dc, ch 1] in each dc, [2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc] in ch-3 space, ch1, [dc, ch 1] in each dc, [dc, ch 1, dc] in ch-5 space — 13 dc, 1 ch-3 space, 1 ch-5 space .

Row 4 – Row 9:  Repeat Row 3 — 49 dc, 1 ch-3 space, 1 ch-5 space.

The [dc, ch1] in each dc sequence increases by 6 in each row.

Row 10:  Ch 5, turn, dc in same st as turning chain, ch 1, [dc, ch 1] in each dc, [dc, ch 3, dc] in ch-3 space, ch1, [dc, ch 1] in each dc, [dc, ch 1, dc] in ch-5 space — 53 dc, 1 ch-3 space, 1 ch-5 space.

Repeat Row 10 to desired length.

The [dc, ch1] in each dc sequence increases by 4 in each row.

Fasten off, break yarn, and weave in your ends.

The next gallery shows all 5 in the Coraline Line. I love them equally.

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DEBRA A. CHANCE

Wednesday 25th of January 2017

Hi Celine, I love this pattern. I am making this for my daughter who wants it in a dark gray. I will post a picture when I am done. I previously posted a few questions regarding the placement of certain stitches in the pattern. I have since resolved those issues. New question: Would the magic circle be appropriate to begin this pattern. I tried it but some how it didn't look right. I will be making a few more of the items in the Coraline Shawl series Thank you. Debbie Chance

Celina

Friday 27th of January 2017

Oh, that's wonderful, Debra! (Sorry I hadn't gotten back to you. I have so many lovely comments that sometimes it's hard to get to them every day. :) ) I tried the magic circle, and honestly, it just looked like a knot and kind of rolled in on itself or looked twisted. I love the magic circle, but you may have to put in extra effort on this one.

Brandie Barnes

Friday 6th of January 2017

I love this pattern I want to make it for my mom. She is a larger woman, and I was wondering if I need to make it better and how? I'm fairly new at making large crochet products and was wondering how this shawl seems to be able to use as a "shawl" but also connected in the wrap style? Please help, my dad helped me pick out this pattern and we both know my mom we will love it. She has a breast cancer remission anniversary on Feb 15, and I'm hoping to make this for her.

Celina

Friday 27th of January 2017

Hi, Brandie ~ I would probably try continuing with the pattern sequence with one more skein, then try a border of some type to widen it. This pattern is very flexible and I'm sure you can make it work. Feel free to email me your pics and I can help with your progress. :)

Melinda Weber

Friday 30th of September 2016

I just love this !!! I have made two so far and want to make lots more :D

Celina

Saturday 1st of October 2016

Thank you, Melinda! Exactly how I feel. If you have any pictures you'd like to share with the Simply Collectible Community, we'd love for you to submit them using the Submit tab in the menu.

Emma

Thursday 8th of September 2016

I love this pattern! I have an Etsy shop. Coraline could I use your pattern to make shawls and sell them on my shop? Thanks

Celina

Wednesday 14th of September 2016

Absolutely! Thank you for asking.

Becky Sunderman

Friday 2nd of September 2016

I love variegated yarns. I REALLY love what you've done with them! Please don't stop using them in your creations!

Celina

Sunday 4th of September 2016

Fabulous, Becky. Thanks for your comment!