Happy Birthday Wrap, Free Crochet Pattern + Video

This year Fiber Flux is celebrating its 9th birthday!  I just cannot believe how quickly the time has passed!  To commemorate this special event, let me introduce you to the Happy Birthday Wrap, an absolutely gorgeous little wrap that has the most fabulous drape ever!

Crocheted in a crazy easy lace stitch, the colorful gradient represents festive confetti and this wrap uses just ONE cake of yarn.  No need to change colors, or yarn balls…the cake does all of the amazing color changes all by itself!

Want a little help? There’s a full video tutorial below too! 

Happy Birthday Wrap

By Jennifer Dickerson

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  • G (4.0 mm) crochet hook 
  • 1 yarn cake of It’s A Wrap Sprinkles from Red Heart (I used the “Sundae” colorway)
  • Tapestry Needle 
  • Scissors 
  • Tape Measure


  • 28 inches from bottom point to top
  • 36 inches up the side of triangle
  • 64 inches across the top edge of the wrap


Ch 7

Row 1: In the 5th ch from the hook work (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc). Skip a ch, the in the last ch, work (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc).

Row 2: Ch 3 and turn. Work (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in each ch 1 space from the previous row (center of each fan). Work (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) into the turning chain space.

Repeat row 2 until the shawl is about 40 inches tall or desired size. Fasten off and weave in any ends that remain.

Note: To make your wrap taller and wider, simply work more rows of the pattern.

Weave in any ends that remain.

© Jennifer Dickerson 2020

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5 thoughts on “Happy Birthday Wrap, Free Crochet Pattern + Video

  1. Hi, Jennifer! Thanks for this wonderful pattern! I have a question please. And you're close up of the stitch pattern, it looks blocked. So for example when I take my work that I'm doing on the show, and stretch it, it looks like that close up. Is it blocked? If so, how do you block a cotton acrylic? I have only ever blocked wool. Many thanks!

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