Free Crochet Wrap Pattern - A Free Crochet Pattern - Cross Stitched

Free Crochet Wrap Pattern - A Free Crochet Pattern

If you are looking for a beautiful and versatile crochet project, this Free Crochet Wrap Pattern is the perfect choice. This intermediate-level pattern is not only a fun and relaxing project but also a stylish accessory that will elevate any outfit. To get started, gather the following materials:

Materials Needed:

  • Size J crochet hook (6 mm)
  • Vanna’s Choice yarn by Lion Brand in Linen (less than 4 skeins or 680 yards)
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape

Crochet Abbreviations:

  • hdc = half double crochet
  • ch = chains
  • st = stitch
  • rep = repeat
  • hdc 2 tog = half double crochet two together (also known as half double crochet decrease)


The gauge for this pattern is approximately 5 sts for every 2". Each stitch is approximately 0.5” in height. It is essential to check your gauge to ensure your finished crochet wrap turns out as intended.

Pattern Notes:

  • The finished size of the wrap may vary depending on the starting chain used.
  • As written, the finished size is 14” wide and 76” long.
  • This pattern uses American Standard Terms.
  • To create different sizes, start with a multiple of 18 chains and add 2 to achieve your desired length.
  • Weaving in ends as you progress is recommended for a neater finish.

Crochet Wrap Pattern Steps:

To begin, follow these steps:

Step 1: Starting Chain

Ch 38 to start the project

Step 2: Row 1

Starting in the 2nd chain from the hook, hdc, *hdc in the next 3 chains, hdc 2 tog, hdc in the next 3 chains, 2 hdcs in the next chain, repeat from * until 4 chains remain, hdc in the last 3 chains, 2 hdcs in the last chain, turn. (37)

Step 3: Rows 2-124

Repeat Row 2 pattern


Once you reach the desired length, fasten off and weave in any loose ends using a yarn needle. This will give your crochet wrap a polished look.

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