Thursday, September 27, 2018

Wandering Wings Wrap FREE Crochet Pattern

No garden is complete without the creatures that spread the pollen to keep our flowers blooming and the honey flowing. Rows of Butterfly Wings and a panel of Honeycomb Mesh make this wrap a Gardener’s delight!! 

I grew up in a home with crochet AND gardening. So combining the two seems like a natural thing to me. I hope you enjoy this Wandering Wings series as much as I have enjoyed designing it!! If you want to see more of my designs in the future, you can subscribe to this blog by submitting your email address in the "follow by email" block on the right side of the screen (make sure you are in desktop or web view, not mobile). Once you submit, check your email. You MUST verify this email BEFORE you receive anything else from me!!

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WANDERING WINGS WRAP


SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate
SIZE: 66 inches wide x 16 inches tall. Size adjustment instructions can be found in the foundation row.
MATERIALS:  8.75 oz (735 yards) Trigo by Omega (size 3/light worsted/DK) 100% Mercerized Cotton, size F/5/3.75mm crochet hooks, and yarn needle.
GAUGE:  Swatch in pattern format. Foundation row (4 times) and rows 1-8 = 4 inches wide and 4 ½ inches tall.
STITCHES AND TERMS USED:
Ch – chain
Trc – treble crochet
Sc – single crochet
Sl st – slip stitch
St – stitch
Foundation Row:  * Ch 5, trc in 5th ch from hook. Repeat from * 59 more times. (Total of 60) (figure 1) To make your shawl larger or smaller, simply eliminate or add by 3’s. Essentially, the total number should be divisible by 3.

Figure 1


Row 1:  Ch 1, working down side of the trc’s just made.  Sc in top of last trc made. * Working in the same ch as the first trc of foundation row is worked in, (trc, ch 1) 3 times, sc 4 evenly down the side of trc just made with last sc being in the base of the st. Repeat from * across. DO NOT sc down the side of the last trc. (60 wings made) (see figures 2, 3 and 4)
Figure 2 

Figure 3

Figure 4


Row 2:  Turn. Sc in top of last trc made. * Ch 4, sc in first sc of next wing. Repeat from * across to top of last wing. Ch 4, trc in last sc of previous row. (see figure 5)

Figure 5
Row 3:  Ch 1, turn. Sc in top of trc. * (Trc, ch 1) 3 times in next sc. 4 sc down the side of trc just made with the last sc being in the base of the st. Repeat from * across, DO NOT sc down the side of the last trc. (see figure 6)

Figure 6
Rows 4-8: Repeat rows 2 & 3, ending with row 2.
Row 9: Ch 1, turn. Hdc in first st. * 4 hdc in next ch 4 sp, hdc in next st. Repeat from * across. (301 hdc)
Row 10: Ch 1, turn. Hdc in first st. Hdc in each st across. (301 hdc)
Row 11: Ch 6, turn (this ch 6 counts as your first dc and ch 3). Sk 2 sts, dc in next st. *Ch 3, sk 2 sts, dc in next st. Repeat from * across. (100 ch 3 sps) the image to the right can be a guide for you to see if your stitch placement is correct.   →
Row 12: Ch 3, turn. Dc in next sp. * Ch 3, dc in next ch 3 sp. Repeat from * across until your reach the beg ch 6 from previous row. Ch 3, dc in ch 6 sp. Dc in 3rd ch of beg ch 6.
Row 13: Ch 6, turn. * Dc in next ch 3 sp, ch 3. Repeat from * across until you have 2 sts remaining at end of row. Sk next st. Dc in last st.
Rows 14-22: Repeat rows 12 and 13, ending with row 12.
Row 23: Ch 1, turn. Hdc in first st. * Hdc in next st, 2 hdc in ch 3 sp. Repeat from * across until you have one ch 3 sp and 2 dc remaining. 3 hdc in last ch 3 sp. Hdc in each of the last 2 sts. (301 hdc)
Row 24: Ch 1, turn. Hdc in each st across.
Row 25: Ch 1, turn. Sc in first st. * Sk 4 sts, (trc, ch 1) 3 times in next st. Work 4 sc down the side of trc just made with the last sc being in the base of the st. Repeat from * across. DO NOT sc down the side of the last trc. (60 wings made)
Row 26:  Turn. Sc in top of last trc made. * Ch 4, sc in first sc of next wing. Repeat from * across to top of last wing. Ch 4, trc in last sc of previous row.
Row 27:  Ch 1, turn. Sc in top of trc. * (Trc, ch 1) 3 times in next sc. 4 sc down the side of trc just made with the last sc being in the base of the st. Repeat from * across, DO NOT sc down the side of the last trc.
Rows 28-32: Repeat rows 26 and 27, ending with row 26.
EDGING: Turn, *ch 5, trc in 5th ch from hook (see figure 7), sl st in next sc (see figure 8). Repeat from * across. Ch 1, working down side of wrap, ◊ sc in end of each sc row, 3 sc in the end of each trc row (see figure 9 and 10). Repeat from ◊ across. Finish off. Reattach yarn to other side of wrap (see figure 11) and work up the other side from ◊ across.


Figure 7

Figure 8

Figure 9

Figure 10

Figure 11
Wandering Wings Wrap pattern is an Original Design by
Amy B Stitched.
A lot of hard work goes into each pattern I write. Please feel free to make finished items for profit.
You are welcome to share the link to the Blog Post, but DO NOT copy and distribute this pattern without express written permission from Amy B Stitched.
THANK YOU!!