The Sparkling Waters Wrap is a beautiful crochet lace wrap, worked up in a fabulous fan stitch. Basic stitches make this pattern an easy but engaging project. The wrap is a perfect accessory for casual and dressier occasions alike when you need a special little something extra!
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Sparkling Waters Wrap
By Jennifer Dickerson
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- J (6.0 mm) crochet hook
- 4 balls Wool of the Andes by Knit Picks in the “Calypso Heather” colorway, (110 yards each, total 440 yards) Note: If you need to substitute yarn, use a 4/medium on the yarn weight scale.
- Tapestry Needle
Love lacy shawls? Check out my Raspberry Tweed Shawl pattern too!
- 16 inches wide
- 60 inches long
Note: Width can be adjusted by changing the multiple (see info on multiples below). Length can be adjusted by working more or less rows of the pattern.
Abbreviations and Tutorial Links:
(Multiple of 10+2)
Row 1: Chain 52. Sc in the second ch from the hook. *Skip 4 ch, work 9 tr in the next ch, skip 4 ch, 1 sc, rpt from * across.
Row 2: Ch 4 and turn. Work a tr in the first sc, *ch 3, work a sc in the center tr of the 9 tr fan, ch 3, work 2 tr in sc, rpt from * across.
Row 3: Ch 1 and turn. Work 1 sc in the sp between 2 tr, * skip 3 ch, 9 tr in sc, skip 3 ch, 1 sc in space between 2 tr, repeat from * across.
Repeat rows 2 and 3 until wrap measures approximately 60 inches. Fasten off and weave in any ends that remain. Note: The wrap in the photos is shown blocked. Not sure how to block? Check out my blocking tutorial!
© Jennifer Dickerson 2019