The Cozy Blanket Wrap is an easy crochet pattern that you are going to love making and love wearing even more!
This modern design only uses simple crochet stitches because the yarn is doing all of the work for us, can you see it?
I like to try different shapes so instead of making this Blanket wrap one rectangle, I made it out of three!
What can I tell you about this Cozy Blanket Wrap pattern?
- Fell in love with the color of this yarn so used very simple stitches
- Loved it so much I made a full collection. look for it at the end of this post
- It is cozy and works up fast thanks to the treble crochet stitch! My fav for quick projects!
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Let’s get to the pattern, shall we?
- Beginners Friendly
- I used Klaus Koch Kollektion 100gr 400 meter # 100 305, but of course, you can use any bulky yarn of your choice
- 6mm hook, scissors, tapestry needle, stitch markers
This wrap is 33cm, 13” wide and 151cm 89” long
You can choose to make it wider and longer by adding chains and rows
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
st = stitches
sl st = slip stitch
Yo = yarn over
Tr = Treble st (Yo twice, insert hook into next stitch, Yo and draw up a loop – (there are four loops on the hook). Yo and draw through two loops, (there are now three loops remaining on the hook). Yo and draw through two loops.
This Pattern is beginner-friendly, it uses only basic stitches
This Pattern is worked on rows
The Treble stitch is very easy the instructions will be later in the pattern
This Blanket Wrap is made of one big rectangle – The Body – worked on the wide side and two additional small rectangles worked separately and attached one to each side of the Wrap
R1: ch 30+1
R2: SC1 in 2nd st from hook and in every st to end of row.
R3: Ch4 (does count as Tr st) Tr 1 In next st and across to end of row
R4: ch 1 and turn work, sc in 1st st from hook and in every st from prev row to end of row
R5-57: repeat R3+4
The sides- make 2 identical
R1: ch 8
R2: sc in 1st st and in every st across to end of round (7)
R3+4: repeat R2
R5: ch 3 (does count as st) , dc in every st from prev row. (7)
R6-8: Repeat R 5
R9: ch 3 (does count as st), ch 1, skip 1, dc 1 in next st, ch 1, sk 1, dc 1 in next st, ch1, skip 1, dc 1 in last st (7)
R10-14: ch 3 (does count as st) , dc 1 in next st and every st from prev row. (7)
R15: Sc 1 in the same st and sc 1 around the rectangle making 2 sc in every dc, only on 3 sides- the open side we will attach to the scarf.
Attach each side to the ends of the scarf using the yarn needle. Weave ends and you are done!!!!
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