Lacy Lattice Wrap: Free Pattern
The Lacy Lattice Wrap drapes beautifully and the colours are lovely subtle blues, a change from many of the bright colours I have used in the past. This spring wrap is worked in a lacy pattern that really shows off the drape of this wonderful DK wool from Willow and Lark. I read about the yarn online on someone’s wonderful crochet blog (wish I could remember which blog it was that I learned about this yarn from, but alas) and after some clicking and reading I decided that this yarn was perfect for a spring wrap. And so, the Lacy Lattice Wrap was born.
I debated about how to use the two colours in this wrap, but in the end I decided to go with large blocks of colour and I’m happy with how the piece turned out. It’ll add a little warmth to those of us who find a cool breeze chilling. And, it adds a bit of colour to your outfit. You all know how much I love colour, so that’s always something I consider when creating a project. The lighter weight of this yarn also lends it a spring feel, as does the open weave effect. All in all, a perfect spring wrap in my opinion 😉
Lacy Lattice Wrap Pattern
4 skeins each of Willow and Lark Ramble in Sea Green and Puddle Blue
Stitches (US Terms)
Change colour when the skein runs out.
To begin, chain 87 using Sea Green.
Row 1: Dc in the fourth ch from hook, sc in same ch. *Ch 2, sk next 2 chains, dc in next and sc in same st. Rep from * across. Ch 3, turn.
Row 2: Sk first sc, dc in first dc and sc in same st. *Ch 2, sk next ch 2 sp and sc, dc in dc and sc in same st. Rep from * across. Ch 3, turn.
Rep row 2 for pattern using all eight skeins of yarn. Fasten off and weave in loose ends.
A very easy lacy pattern that a strong beginner can tackle. I haven’t had the chance to make use of this wrap yet; it’s still too cold in my neck of the woods and the wind blowing around right now feels as though it’s coming right down from the Yukon! So I’m still wearing a jacket. But, once the wind warms up, the sun is now warm enough that a little wrap like this one will be ideal, and I look forward to that day. Be sure to subscribe for more free patterns!