‘Tis the season for all the warm, cozy, snuggly things made with the prettiest of yarns. I chose a delectable teal yarn for this crochet wrap pattern. The color gives so much richness and depth, and the size makes it deliciously warm and versatile! I didn’t want a dinky little scarf, here; I was after something with more coverage that you can really snuggle into. This can be worn in a variety of ways: as a shawl, a scarf (if you fold it), or a wrap. I’ve even used it to wrap around my dainty 5-year-old in the middle of the night when she stumbles up the stairs, still asleep.
At some point in the last few months, I was in Joann Fabrics buying squishy yarn that I had no business buying. I didn’t have a project in mind; I just couldn’t resist it! I bought a few colors of Thick and Quick and then stashed it away for a rainy day. I was so happy to have that yarn on hand when I decided to come up with a new pattern. In fact, I used some of that same stash in a different color for another new pattern I created recently! There’s nothing better than super bulky yarn for nearly instant gratification! Not that this crochet wrap worked up in 2 hours, but still, the progress was fast. I came up with an interesting, but easy design for the ends, and the entire middle section is just half double crochets. It’s one of my favorite stitches: the simplicity of single crochet with a bit more bang for your buck, meaning, it works up faster!
Campfire Coffee Crochet Wrap Pattern
I can’t help but picture myself waking up in the crisp, cool woods, unzipping the tent, and sliding this cozy wrap around my shoulders as I enjoy a steaming cup of coffee in front of the camp fire. Hence the name!
Hook: M / 9.00 mm (I like the Clover Amour M/9.00 mm hook)
This wrap is fairly structured and doesn’t have a ton of drape. If you want it to drape more, you’ll need to create a looser stitch, so size up your hook and experiment!
Yarn: Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick Yarn in Peacock
This is a super bulky yarn and works up quickly. It’s warm, squishy, and comes in lots of pretty colors.
Gauge: Not important
- sl st: slip stitch
- ch: chain
- st: stitch
- sc: single crochet
- yo: yarn over
- hdc: half double crochet
- hdc-blo: half double crochet in the back loop only
- dc: double crochet
- bob: bobble stitch
- ch sp: chain space; this refers to the holes created by chaining in the previous row. You can work your stitch through the space instead of trying to work it through the actual chain stitch.
- bobble stitch: yo, insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop. yo, pull through 2 loops, thus completing 1/2 a dc. Repeat 3 more times. You should have 5 loops on your hook. yo, pull through all 5 loops.
Row 1. Make a slip knot on your hook and ch 30. hdc in 2nd ch from hook and in ea ch across. (29 st.)
Row 2. ch 1, turn. dc in same st, ch 1 and skip next st. (dc in next st, ch 1, skip next st) 13 times, dc in last st.
Row 3. ch 1, turn. hdc in each st or ch sp to end of row (29 st.)
Row 4. ch 1, turn. hdc in each st across.
Row 5. Repeat row 2.
Rows 6-7. Repeat row 4.
Row 8. dc in next 2 st., (bob in next st, sc in next st, dc in next 4 st) 4 times, bob in next st, sc in next st, dc in last st.
Row 9. hdc in each st across.
Row 10. hdc-blo in each st across.
Rows 11-90. hdc in each st across. (Feel free to make this middle section longer or shorter as desired, just make sure to end on a wrong side row)
Row 91. hdc-blo in each st across.
Row 92. hdc in each st across.
Row 93. Repeat row 8.
Rows 94-95. hdc in each st across.
Row 96. Repeat row 2.
Row 97. Repeat row 3.
Row 98. hdc in each st across.
Row 99. Repeat row 2.
Row 100. Repeat row 3.
Finish off. Make sure to push the bobble stitches through from wrong side to right side so they are all consistently poking out and looking charming on the same side.