Tangerine Waves Wrap, Free Crochet Pattern + Full Video Tutorial

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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  • 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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from: Knit Picks

*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. 

  • 48 inches long
  • 14 inches wide

Pattern Abbreviations & Tutorial Links: 


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. 


Weave in all ends and you're finished!

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  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!

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

  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!!

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

    2. The color pattern is 2 in Heather gray and then 6 in seashell color. From what I could count.

  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

    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!!

  5. How do I make this wider is the stitch amount repeat 12 ?

  6. Question. I am fairly new at crocheting. I made this and when blocking, to my horror, the beginning rows slowly decreased down to a very uneven end! So obviously I didn't count my row stitches. How often should you count stitches in the rows?

  7. Loving this wrap it’s easy and works up pretty quick! Can you provide pictures as to the different ways to wear it? Thanks!

  8. Can anyone tell me how many yards of worsted weight yarn is needed? Thank you :)

  9. What's the multiple? I want to make a scarf but the multiple for this isn't listed anywhere thank you

  10. What's the multiple? I want to make a scarf but the multiple for this isn't listed anywhere thank you

  11. Hi Jennifer!

    How many stitches would I add to the foundation chain to increase the width of the wrap? (Example, 4 + 3, or ???)

    Thanks you,

    1. Did you find out what the foundation chain multiple was?

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