Friday, June 24, 2016

Free Crochet Pattern...Tangerine Waves Wrap!


The Tangerine Waves Wrap is modern, fresh, and super soft.  Crocheted in an easy v-stitch in fresh modern colors, it is a great accessory when you need a little something extra!

Tangerine Waves Wrap
By Jennifer Dickerson


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Materials:
  • 3 balls Brava Worsted by Knit Picks (I used 1 ball of "Stone Heather" and 2 balls of "Seashell")
  • J (6.0 mm) crochet hook
  • Ruler or measuring tape
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
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*Note: If you need to substitute yarn, look for a worsted weight yarn or one that recommends a 6.0 mm hook on the yarn label. 

Sizing: 
  • 48 inches long
  • 14 inches wide

Pattern Abbreviations & Tutorial Links: 


Instructions:

Ch 40

Row 1: In the fourth ch from the hook work a (dc, ch 1, dc). *Skip a chain and in the next chain, work a (dc, ch 1, dc). Repeat from * to the last two chains. Skip the next chain, then work a dc in last chain on the row.

Row 2: Ch 3 and turn. *Work a (dc, ch 1, dc) in the ch 1 space from the previous row (center of each V). Repeat from * across to the last ch 1 space, then work a dc in the turning ch space.

Repeat row 2 until wrap measures approximately 48 inches long or desired length. 

Finishing: 

Weave in all ends and you're finished!



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7 comments:

  1. You did it again - it's a lovely wrap. This is my favorite site for crochet patterns because they are stylish, beautiful and I can follow the easy patterns with no goofs! That alone is satisfying! Thank you Fiber Flux!

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  2. I'm assuming to chain 20 to make a scarf using this particular pattern.

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  3. Thanks for this pattern Jennifer. I'd like to give it a try but there's no mention of how & when to change colors. Can you give some direction on that? Thanks!!

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    1. Did you figure it out because I can't

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  4. Hi. Can you please help. I have tried to start this several times. I can't get 40 chains to equal 14 inches.I have a worsted that suggests a J hook. I have tried chaining to 14 inches then it curls I tried a K hook with same results. Thanks

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    1. Hi!! I am using worst yarn (red heart SS) and a G hook it comes to 14 inches and the curling will work it self out.. mine curled too and it is going straight now!!

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