Who doesn’t need a relaxing project for a lazy Sunday afternoon? This asymmetric wrap is just what you need to let the variegated yarn do all the hard work for you. Just sit back and enjoy an easy crochet project with a stunning result.
- Add this pattern to your Ravelry library
- Written pattern in this post
- Video tutorial
- Use the print-pdf button at the bottom of this post to save/print the pattern
- 3 x Scheepjes Invicta Color (974)
- 4.0mm (US G/6) hook
Scheepjes Invicta Color is a classic variegated sock yarn with a 75% wool / 25% polyamide blend. Invicta Color is available from Wool Warehouse (UK/Int), Love Crochet (US), Caro’s Atelier (NL/EU) or your favorite Scheepjes Stockist.
Gauge and Size
Gauge is not essential for this project and it’s not needed to make a gauge swatch. If your gauge is similar to mine your final wrap will be approximately 200cm wide and 90cm at its widest point.
This pattern uses US crochet terms. If you are more familiar with UK crochet terms, please see this conversion table for the most common terms.
- ch – chain
- hdc – half double crochet
- tr – treble crochet
- bobble – tr5tog: 5 treble crochet stitches worked together
- st(s) – stitch(es)
- RS – right side
- WS – wrong side
Lazy Sunday Stripes Shawl – Free Crochet Pattern
© Esther Dijkstra 2017. All rights reserved.
The Lazy Sunday Stripes Shawl is a 4 row repeat that you can continue repeating till your yarn is finished or you are happy with the size of your shawl.
Row 1 (RS)
Ch20, 1hdc in third chain from hook (ch2 at beginning of row does not count as st), 1hdc in each ch to end. Turn. [18 hdc]
Row 2 (WS)
Ch2 (does not count as st here and further), 1hdc in each st till 1 st left, 2hdc in last st. Turn. [19 hdc]
Row 3 (RS)
Ch2, 1hdc in each st to end. Turn. [19 hdc]
Row 4 (WS)
Ch2, 1hdc in each st till 2 sts left, bobble in next st, 2hdc in last st. Turn. [19 hdc, 1 bobble]
Row 5 (RS)
Repeat Row 3. [20 hdc]
Row 6 (WS)
Repeat Row 2. [21 hdc]
Row 7 (RS)
Repeat Row 3. [21 hdc]
Row 8 (WS)
Repeat Row 4. [21 hdc, 1 bobble]
Repeat Row 5 to 8 increasing the stitch count in the even rows till the end of the yarn. Finish with a Row 7 repeat. Fasten off and work away all yarn tails. For best results block your wrap.
If you appreciate visual support, I have a video tutorial showing you how to make the wrap.
I also have made a version of my shawl using Scheepjes Whirl, totally different, and just as nice.
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