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I needed an easy pattern to work on over the last week, so I started crocheting this without knowing exactly what it was going to be when I was done. When I finished it up I started draping it over me in different ways and realized that it can be worn as a skirt wrap, a shawl, or a scarf! The ties can be moved to suit whatever style or removed completely.
I made this with a fingerling 75% merino wool, 25% nylon yarn that I hand dyed. I purchased some undyed yarn from a seller on Etsy, and I have been having so much fun playing around with different colors. I think it might become my next (expensive) yarn obsession.
What you need
- 3.75mm crochet hook
- 200 grams of fingerling/sock yarn
- darning needle
- ch – chain
- sc – single crochet
- sk – skip
- st – stitch
Skirt Wrap, Shawl, Scarf Pattern
Row 1 – ch 211
Row 2 – sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each across
Row 3- ch 5, turn, sk 2 st, sc in next *ch 5, sk 2 st, sk in next* repeat across
Row 4 – turn, *ch 5, sc in loop* repeat across
Repeat Row 4 until you are happy with the length. Mine is 21″
Last Row, ch 1, turn, *3 sc in each ch5 space* repeat across. Fasten off and bury ends.
Ties, Make 2
Row 1 – sc in 2nd st and in each across. Slst to 10 st to make a loop
And that’s it! You’re done!