Any Way Wrap: Free Crochet Wrap Pattern

Sometimes the best accessory is a simple accessory! Don’t you just love crochet projects that can be used for almost anything? You’ll love this quick and easy stash busting crochet pattern that can be used as a headband, belt, or even a scarf! It’s a super cute free crochet wrap pattern that you can where any way!

I’m so excited to welcome my latest guest blogger, Ashley from Through the Loop Yarn Craft! She is sharing her Any Way Wrap that is just the spring crochet pattern we all need! It would be perfect to wear with your favorite summer sundress or a t-shirt and jeans. Like the name says, you can wear it however you want to! So, I’ll hand it over to Ashley, and she can introduce you to her latest free pattern here on my blog!

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Hello, I’m Ashley designer behind Through The Loop Yarn Craft. I am so happy to have the opportunity to share the Any Way Skinny Wrap!

I started my crochet journey simply to make cute creations for my family. It was love at first stitch and the passion continued to grow. It wasn’t long until I realized I was drawn to designing quick and practical makes. 

My goal at TTLYC is to design quick and modern crochet patterns so busy crocheters can make more with the time they have! As a busy mom of seven with a full time job outside of the house I know how precious the crochet minutes can be. I love having makes that can get done quickly and aim to provide the designs anyone can have time to create!

 

About the Pattern

I love making things that are quick and useful, and anything that can serve multiple purposes is ideal for me! Accessories are a fave of mine, I adore being able to add pops of color or layers to my outfits. I came up with the Any Way Skinny Wrap to provide all of those things!! It can be worn as a scarf, belt or even headband! The easy repeats make this pattern work up super quick too!

 

The Yarn

I used Lion Brand Hand Dyed Heaven yarn for this design because, well, the colors are so fun, and I liked the idea of having a nylon yarn for such a multi-functional accessory. It holds up well with wear, doesn’t stretch a lot, and piling is minimal. The light weight yarn was also a draw for me as I didn’t want something too bulky or warm. My second one I used Loops and Threads Meandering Mini’s. It’s a light worsted weight and is also part nylon. My testers used a few different yarns as well and we found that Ferris Wheel also worked well. 

Supplies: 

  • Approx. 130 yds light weight #3 or light worsted #4 yarn (such as Lion Brand Handmade Heaven)
  • 4.5mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle

Stitches: 

  • ch – Chain
  • ch-sp – Chain Space
  • sc – Single Crochet
  • dc – Double Crochet
  • sk – Skip
  • st(s) – Stitch(es)

Gauge:

7 sts x 5 rows = 2″ x 2″

Pattern for gauge: sc

Size: 

Finished dimensions laid flat: Approx. 2.5″ wide x 70″ long

Pattern Notes:

  • Want a discounted printable PDF copy of this pattern? Find it on Etsy and Ravelry.
  • Want to avoid crochet mistakes while crocheting this pattern? Learn how to avoid them with my post on my blog: 10 Mistakes Common Mistakes Crocheters Make and How to Avoid Them.
  • This pattern uses US Crochet Terminology.
  • Skill Level: Easy
  • All ch1 and ch3 do not count as a stitch
  • You may add or subtract rows to adjust length
  • *__* denotes repeat sequence

Any Way Wrap Pattern: 

Ch 10

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, and each ch across, ch1, turn (9 sc).

Row 2: Sc in each st across, ch1, turn (9 sc).

Row 3:  Sc into the same st as the ch1, ch 5, sk next st, *sc in next, ch 5, sk next st* repeat across, ch 3, turn. (5 sc, 4 ch-sp).

Row 4: Sc into to 3rd ch of the ch-sp, *ch 1, sc into the 3rd ch of the ch-sp*, repeat across, dc into the top of the turn ch from the previous row (do not ch 1 before the dc), ch 1, turn (4 sc, 1 dc).

Row 5: Sc in the same st as the ch 1, sc in the next st, *sc in the ch-sp, sc in the next st*, repeat across, sc in the top of the turn ch, ch 1, turn (9 sc).

Row 6: Sc in each st across, ch1, turn (9 sc).

Row 7 – 170: Repeat rows 3-6.

You can adjust the length by ending or continuing the repeat rows until the desired length.

Finish off, weave in all ends and you’re done!

 

Closing: 

That’s It! I hope you enjoy your Any Way Skinny Wrap as much as I do! Thank you so much for spending your time with Claire and I. If you prefer a printable option you can find The Premium PDF with photo tutorial on Etsy and Ravelry.  I would also love to stay connected with you! You can find me on Instagram and Facebook. You can also sign up for my newsletter and find more free patterns on my blog Through The Loop Yarn Craft.

Thanks again for joining us for the Any Way Skinny Wrap!

Xo, 

Ashley.

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