Summer is here, the sun is shining, the bees are buzzing, and I’m adoring this new Let it Bee Wrap. I am in LOVE with the drape of this fabric, and I know you’ll fall in love with this free crochet pattern, too!
Let it Bee Wrap
If there’s one thing I love about this wrap, it’s the feel of it on my shoulders. Weighing in at just over 8 oz total, this gorgeous open work crochet design is lightweight and airy, yet substantial enough to offer a bit of coverage and warmth on chilly nights.
CotLin Yarn (Cotton/Linen Blend – Size 3)
-approx. 615 yards (w/o fringe or tassels)
-approx. 700 yards (w/fringe)
Crochet hook in size 4.5mm
Gauge: 13 tc sts x 4.5 tc rows = 4” square
Wear this wrap as a wide scarf, with a shawl pin draped around your shoulders, or over both shoulders like a shawl.
Pattern written using US terms.
This pattern uses Treble Crochet stitches, abbreviated as Tc. Find a tutorial for the Treble Crochet stitch here.
Finished Dimensions: approx. 20″ x 72″
Since it uses such tall stitches, it works up super fast! My favorite. ♥
Row 1: Ch-68. Tc in 5th ch from hook and in the next ch. * ch-3, sk-3 ch, tc in each of next 5 chs * repeat between * * 6 more times. Ch-3, sk-3 ch, tc in remaining 3 chs. (64)
Row 2: Ch-5 (counts as tc + ch-1), turn, tc in first st. * tc in next st, tc2tog using next tc and tc (as in, skip the ch-3) tc in next st, (tc, ch-3, tc) in next st * repeat between * * 6 more times. Tc in next st, tc2tog using next tc and tc, tc in next st, (tc, ch-1, tc) in top of ch-4.
Beginning of row 2.
End of row 2.
Row 3: Ch-5, turn, sk first st and ch-sp. Tc in next 5 sts, * ch-3, sk next ch-3 sp, tc in next 5 sts * repeat between * * 6 more times. Ch-1, tc in 4th ch of turning ch.
Beginning of row 3.
End of row 3.
Row 4: Ch-4 (counts as tc), turn, sk-first st and ch-sp, tc in next 2 sts. * (tc, ch-3, tc) in next st, tc in next. tc2tog using next tc and tc (as in, skip the ch-3), tc in next st * repeat between * * 6 more times. (tc, ch-3, tc) in next st, tc in next st, tc2tog using next st and 4th ch of turning ch.
Beginning of row 4.
End of row 4.
Row 5: Ch-4, turn, sk-first st, tc in next 2 sts. * ch-3, sk next ch-3 sp, tc in next 5 sts * repeat between * * 6 more times. Ch-3, sk next ch-3 sp, tc in next 2 sts, tc in top of ch-4.
Beginning of row 5.
End of row 5.
Rows 6 – 81: Repeat rows 2 – 5 nineteen more times. Fasten off and weave in all ends.
If desired, add fringe to the short ends. I chose to add two strands of fringe at the Treble Crochet stitches only. Fabulous!
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