Lacy Crochet Simple Wrap Shrug


Hi friends! I am very happy to show you one of my old patterns that you really loved on my You Tube channel and as promised I wrote down the pattern here in my small crochet corner!


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Materials
8 skeins of cotton acrylic or other fiber yarn
50gr=159m=174yds
I used Yarn Art: Jeans

Crochet Hook
L/11 US (8mm)

Gauge
16 sts of pattern ( a small row with 2 5dc clusters , 2 pairs of dc and the beginning and ending sts) =6,29 inches (16cm) width
2 rows of pattern =1,96 inches  (5cm) height

Sizes: XS ( S, M,L,XL,2XL)



Measurements for size Medium (image size)
Shrug is a rectangular
37,40 inches(95cm) width
31,5 inches (80 cm)= height


Abbreviations in US terms:
Sts=stitches
Ch=chain
Sl st=slip stitch
Sc=single crochet 
Hdc=half double crochet
Dc=double crochet 
Rep=repeat
prev=previous

Special sts

Cluster in the body pattern =in indicated st work 5 dc
Cluster in edging pattern=  work 2dc, ch2, 2dc all in same indicated stitch

 CROCHET PROJECT
*This pattern is one piece, a rectangular that we fold in half when finished.
*We sew the sides to form the armholes
* we crochet an edging along the bottom and top sides
* we crochet edging along the armholes

CROCHET PATTERN

The foundation chain for this pattern should be a multiple of 7 plus 3 chains.

Chain  chain 80,( 87,94,101,108,115)



Note:The pattern is a 2 row repeat
.
See the photos below first and then read the pattern after photos

*row 1:insert hook in 4rth ch from hook and work a dc

*now skip 2 sts and work in 3rd st a cluster

*cluster worked, skip 2 sts and in 3rd st work a dc, dc in next st

*2dc worked, skip 2 sts and work a cluster in next st

*at the last st work 2 dc in same st. turn

*row 2:ch3,work 2 dc in same first st

*work dc in 2nd dc of cluster of prev row, dc in next dc of prev row

*work cluster in space between 2 dc of prev row

*rep: dc in 2nd dc, dc in 3rd dc of prev row

*end row 2, working 3 dc in top of ch3 of prev row, turn

*2 rows of pattern  worked, rep these 2 rows

Row 1: insert hook in 4rth ch from hook, and work a dc, *skip 2 chains, work a cluster in next, skip 2 chains, dc in each of next 2 sts, * rep from * to * to the end of the row till last 6 sts, skip 2 ch,work a cluster in next ch, skip 2 ch, work 2 dc in last ch, turn 

Row 2: ch3, 2 dc in same first st, * dc in 2nd dc of cluster of prev row, 
dc in next st(in the 3rd dc of cluster), work a cluster in the space between the 2 dc of prev row* rep from * to * to the end of row, dc in 2nd dc of cluster of prev row, dc in next st, 3 dc in 3rd ch of ch3  turning ch of prev row, turn (13 pairs of dc and 12 clusters made)

Row 3: ch3,  dc in same first st, * work a cluster in the space between the 2 dc of prev row, dc in 2nd dc of cluster of prev row, dc in next st* rep from * to * to the end of row,work cluster in last space between dc  and work 2 dc in 3rd ch of initial ch3, turn

Rep rows 2 and 3 untill desired length, I worked 45,(47,48,49,50,51) rows.

Fasten of weave in ends


Sewing


Fold the piece in half so that the length is folded and sew the sides as in my sketch.
Shrug after folding is 15,75 inches( 40 cm) wide.
 Sew half of this height 7,87 inches ( 20cm) from bottom up so that you leave unsewn an opening of 7,87 inches ( 20 cm) for armhole opening in each side.

EDGING



We work the edging (after sides are sewn) across the 2 edges of  shrug.
Special st, cluster=in indicated st, 2dc , ch2, 2dc
Attach yarn at one of the side seams , right side of shrug facing you.
We work first a dc row
Row 1: ch 3, dc in each st to the end, join with a sl st in top of ch3, turn

Row 2: ch 5,*skip 2 sts, cluster in next st, ch2, skip 2 sts, sc in next st * rep from * to * to the end of row, ch2 , join with a sl st in 3rd ch of initial ch5

Row 3: ch 5,*work  cluster in ch2 space of cluster of prev row, ch3,  sc in sc of prev row,ch3 * rep from * to * to the end of row, ch3 , join with a sl st in 3rd ch of initial ch5


Fasten off weave in ends.

EDGING PHOTO TUTORIAL

*row 1,dc row made (this is a small sample and  I do not join the 2 edges in order to show you clearly what to do)

*row 2 , ch5, skip 2 sts, cluster made in next st, skip 2 sts, sc in the indicated st

*row 2:sc made , skip 2 sts, work cluster in indicated st

*end of row 2, join in indicated st

*row3, work cluster in indicated st

*row 3, cluster in cluster worked, ch3 and sc in sc of prev row worked, ch3 and rep…

*edging made



SLEEVES EDGING

Attach yarn in right bottom armhole.( do the same to the left armhole)
Do not work the dc row as in body, work 2 rows of clusters
Row 1 : ch 5,*skip 2 sts, cluster in next st, ch2, skip 2 sts, sc in next st * rep from * to * to the end of row, ch2 , join with a sl st in 3rd ch of initial ch5, you should have 7 or 8 clusters in this row
Row 2: ch 5,*work  cluster in ch2 space of cluster of prev row, ch3, sc in sc of prev row,ch3 * rep from * to * to the end of row, ch3 , join with a sl st in 3rd ch of initial ch5

Fasten off, weave in all ends.



DIAGRAM



Happy crocheting!!

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2 comments:

  1. I loved the way you've explained everything with pictures. Makes it so much easier for a newbie like me. Thank you very much. Love and hugs

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  2. I love this pattern. It's very beautiful. Thank you very much for sharing it.

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