Wrap dress pattern free pdf

Wrap dress pattern free pdf it like a traditional wrap or stole, wrap up in it, or wear it as an oversize scarf - no matter how you wear it, Alpaca Yo

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Wrap dress pattern free pdf it like a traditional wrap or stole, wrap up in it, or wear it as an oversize scarf – no matter how you wear it, Alpaca Your Wrap just screams luxury! Sharing Crochet and Knit Goodies Worldwide!

Subscribe to our FREE weekly newsletter! Baby Alpaca from the LB Collection! It was just one skein, and it was so fun to make. Well, I finally got my hands on some more of this lovely yarn, and have designed a luxurious wrap to match! Disclaimer: This post includes affiliate links. Whether you use the same delicious baby alpaca I did or the yummy yarn of your choice, the Alpaca Your Wrap is gorgeous!

The stitch pattern is reminiscent of falling leaves, and combined with the border detailing it’s both feminine and modern. Wear it over your shoulders like a traditional wrap or stole, wind it around your torso like a clever sweater, or bunch it up around your neck as an oversize scarf. No matter how you wear it, it just screams luxury! Rows 6-73 and the same number within Rows 79-150. 4 ch remaining, skip next 2 ch, dc2tog in last 2 ch, turn. 1st st, ch 1, skip the ch sp, dc2tog, working the first half in the next st, then skip 2 sts, then working the second half in the next st, ch 1. 2tog in last 2 sts, turn.

1, hdc in the last st, turn. Row 78: Join yarn to foundation chain on RS, repeat Row 1 working st pattern into opposite side of foundation chain of like sts, turn. 154: Repeat Rows 74-77, do not break yarn, turn. Whether you take it on the road or wrap up around the house, I hope you enjoy this free crochet wrap pattern! Written pattern and graphics copyright Tamara Kelly 2014. Please do not reprint or repost this pattern, but please do link to this page to share this pattern with others.

Thank you to Lion Brand Yarn for sponsoring the yarn for this pattern. It amazes me that you continue to share them with us for free! Oh wow, thank you so much Carolee! You should write a book or something!

Either the size 32 petite, date dress for aaages. I am an experienced knitter, thank you for working it all out in crochet! I love the pattern – i enjoy your energy and inspiring blog so much. Still I don’t know how to make patterns – i am not able to download the pattern pdf.

I would DEFINITELY buy it! Thank you so much Veronica! Do you have a video tutorial for this? I do much better if I can see what you’re doing, as I’m not very good at reading patterns yet but I can follow a video. I hope to get one up in about a week or so.

Could you link the video on the Facebook page when you do? I can’t wait for the tutorial too! I couldn’t even figure out row 1! I also do better with videos so I am excited for it as well!

I just put up the chart, maybe that will help? I’m glad it was sorted! This is just a stunning wrap! Thank you so much Sharon! Its really a wonderfull wrap. Problem, i m german, i m not able to translate your short describtion like ch or dc or WS .

I hope to get a stitch guide for standard crochet abbreviations up on the site soon! I think it would be beautiful in this pattern. Thank you so much for sharing it. Thank you so much Deborah! I’m having a terrible time finding this yarn. Can you suggest something else that would offer a similar feel? This yarn is only available online direct from Lion Brand at the link provided.