Mini Wrap Crochet Pattern
I love tight, textured projects as much as the next person, but I’m a real sucker for chunky texture!
I love how stretchy and cozy they feel, and this mini wrap is no exception.
The texture and size of this wrap feel cushy and luxurious, and I love grabbing it for really windy or chilly days because it really holds in the warmth.
This project is great to crochet on a night in, as the lighter weight yarn makes this a project you’ll want to take your time with.
But if you’re a speedy Sally, feel free to breeze right through.
I find it relaxing to break out during tv time, and it uses a special V stitch for an impressive, texturized style.
Wrap this loosely or tightly for different looks.
I can’t wait to see what colors you choose!
Mini Wrap Crochet Pattern
Yarn – 560 yds Worsted – Ella Rae Seasons – 36 Baby Blue Sky Blue (x3)
Difficulty – Easy
Size – One size fits most
Finished Dimensions – Approximately 70″ L x 30″ W
Gauge – Not crucial for this project
Stitch Guide in American Terms
FDC – foundation double crochet
Ch – chain
DC – double crochet
V-stitch – DC, ch 2, DC in the same space
FDC – (Disclaimer – The video below shows a version of the FDC to help. You may use the written version or the video version, but the starting chain may be different. In this case, it’s a matter of preference.) Ch 4, yarn over, insert hook into 4th chain from hook, yarn over, pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through the first loop. 1 chain completed. As you would a double crochet, yarn over, pull through 2 loops, yarn over, pull through 2 loops. 1 FDC completed.
Yarn over, insert hook into chain 1 of first FDC, yarn over, pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through 1 loop. 1 chain completed. Yarn over, pull through 2 loops, yarn over, pull through 2 loops. 2 FDC completed.
Continue in this manner until all you’ve completed all your FDCs.
The ch-2 at the beginning of each row counts as a st.
Multiples of 3+1
Pattern is worked flat from side to side.
In Row 2, the V-stitch is worked into the stitches of the previous row. In each row thereafter, V-stitches are worked into the V-chain spaces of the previous row.
Row 1: FDC 76, ch 2, turn.
Row 2 – 78: DC in the same as the turning chain, *ch 1, skip 2, V-stitch, repeat from * 24 times, ch 1, skip 2, 2 DC in the last stitch, ch 2, turn.
Row 79: DC in the same as the turning chain, *DC 3, skip the V-chain space, repeat from * 25 times, DC in the last stitch, fasten off.
Fasten off. Sew in the ends.
Block to your liking.