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Cost
$ $ $ $ $
Difficulty
• • • •
Time
12h00

Designer Crochet
ight as air, this wrap is composed of an unusual stitch pattern that looks great on both sides.
Size
One size

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Finished 
measurements
27" (68.5 cm) deep × 70" (178 cm) long, blocked

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Materials
• Plymouth Yarn 
Kid Gloss Hand Dyed 

(72% super kid mohair/ 28% mulberry silk; 
each approximately 
.88 oz/25 g and 
229 yd/209.5 m), 6 balls of #113 Blacks (A)

• Plymouth Yarn Kid Gloss

(72% super kid mohair/ 28% mulberry silk; 
each approximately .88 oz/25 g and 229 yd/209.5 m), 6 balls of #11 Chinchilla (B)

• Crochet hook size 
E/4 (3.5 mm) crochet 
hook or size needed 
to obtain gauge

• One stitch marker

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Gauge
24 sts and 20 rows 
in pattern = 4" (10 cm), blocked. To save time, 
take time to check gauge.

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Alternative Yarn Choice
Lion Brand LB Collection Silk Mohair

Notes
This design is made sideways and uses 2 colors: A and B.
This pattern is made of two interlocking layers of fabric, each a different color.
Each row is worked in the stitches or spaces on the last row of the same color. You will never be working A in a stitch or space worked with B.

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  • How to make a shawl. Delicata Reversible Wrap - Step 1
    Step 1

    Wrap
    With A, chain 425.
    Place a marker in the eight ch from the hook.
    Foundation Row 1 (RS): Dc in the tenth ch from the hook, dc in the next ch, *ch 3, skip the next 3 ch, dc in each of the next 2 ch; repeat from the * across, ending with ch 3, skip the next 3 ch, dc in the last ch. Remove the loop from the hook, and make it large so it doesn’t unravel. Do not turn.
    Foundation Row 2 (RS): Working in front of the last row, join B with a slip st to the eighth ch (the marked ch), ch 6, working behind the last row (page 136), dc in the same ch as where the slip st was made, working behind the last row, dc in the center ch of the next ch-3 of the Foundation Ch, ch 3, *working in front of the last row (page 136), dc in the same ch of the Foundation Ch as the last dc made, working in front of the last row, dc in the center ch of the next ch-3 of the Foundation Ch, ch 3, working behind the last row, dc in the same ch of the Foundation Ch as the last dc, working behind the last row, dc in the center ch of the next ch-3 of the Foundation Ch, ch 3; repeat from the * across, ending with working in front of the last row, dc in the same ch of the Foundation ch as the last dc. Remove the loop from the hook, and make it large so it doesn’t unravel.
    Row 1 (WS): Place the A loop back onto the hook, ch 6, turn. Working behind the last B row, dc in each of the next 2 dc worked with A, ch 3, *working in front of the last B row, dc in each of the next 2 dc worked with A, ch 3, working behind the last B row, dc in each of the next 2 dc worked with A, ch 3; repeat from the * across, ending with working in front of the last B row, dc in the last ch-sp of the previous A row. Remove the loop from the hook, and make it large so it doesn’t unravel. Do not turn.
    Row 2 (WS): Keeping the loop in front of the last A row, place the B loop back onto the hook and ch 6, working in front of the last A row, dc in the first ch-3 sp of the previous row worked with B, working in front of the last A row, dc in the next ch-3 sp on the previous B row, ch 3, *working behind the last A row, dc in the same ch-3 sp as the last dc made, working behind the last A row, dc in the next ch-3 sp of the previous B row, ch 3, working in front of the last A row, dc in the same sp as the last dc made, working in front of the last A row, dc in the next ch-3 sp on the previous B row, ch 3; repeat from the * across, ending with working behind the last A row, dc in the same sp as the last dc on previous B row. Remove the loop from the hook, and make it large so it doesn’t unravel.
    Row 3 (RS): Place the A loop back onto the hook, ch 6, turn. Working in front of the last B row, dc in each of the next 2 dc worked with A, ch 3, *working in behind the last B row, dc in each of the next 2 dc worked with A, ch 3, working in front of the last B row, dc in each of the next 2 dc worked with A, ch 3; repeat from the * across, ending with working behind the last B row, dc in the last ch-sp of the previous A row. Remove the loop from the hook, and make it large so it doesn’t unravel. Do not turn.
    Row 4 (RS): Repeat Row 2.
    Row 5 (WS): Repeat Row 3.
    Row 6 (WS): Keeping the loop in front of the last A row, place the B loop back onto the hook and ch 6, working behind the last A row, dc in the first ch-3 sp of the previous row worked with B, working behind the last A row, dc in the next ch-3 sp on the previous B row, ch 3, *working in front of the last A row, dc in the same ch-3 sp as the last dc made, working in front of the last A row, dc in the next ch-3 sp of the previous B row, ch 3, working behind the last A row, dc in the same sp as the last dc made, working behind the last A row, dc in the next ch-3 sp on the previous B row, ch 3; repeat from the * across, ending with working in front of the last A row, dc in the same ch-sp as the last dc on previous B row. Remove the loop from the hook, and make it large so it doesn’t unravel.
    Row 7 (RS): Repeat Row 1.
    Row 8 (RS): Repeat Row 6.
    Rows 9–134: Repeat Rows 1–8 (15 times); then repeat Rows 1–6.
    Row 135 (RS): Place A back onto the hook, ch 1, working behind the last B row, sc in the first dc on the previous A row, ch 3, working in front of the last B row, sc in each of the next 2 dc on the previous A row, ch 3, *working behind the last B row, sc in each of the next 2 dc on the previous A row, ch 3, working in front of the last B row, sc in each of the next 2 dc on the previous A row, ch 3; repeat from the * across, ending with working in behind the last B row, sc in the last ch-3 sp. Fasten off.

  • How to make a shawl. Delicata Reversible Wrap - Step 2
    Step 2

    Finishing
    Weave in ends. Block to the finished measurements.

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