Looking for a crochet shawl pattern free that brings joy and creativity to your craft? Search no further! Introducing the beautiful Bandos Wrap, a free crochet shawl pattern that will transport you to a world of colorful stitches and endless possibilities.
Discovering Crochet Bliss: The Bandos Wrap
Picture this: It was a cozy evening, and I found myself yearning for a relaxing crochet project that would keep me engaged. That’s when the idea of the Bandos Wrap was born.
With its vibrant stripes and happy colors, I knew it would be the perfect companion for my crochet journey.
Little did I know that this simple yet stunning crochet shawl pattern free would bring me so much joy and satisfaction.
Falling in Love with the Crochet Moss Stitch
Let me share a little secret with you: I have a slight obsession with the moss stitch.
Its rhythmic repetition and knit-look texture have bewitched me since the day I created my Ombre Moss Stitch Cowl.
It was only natural for me to incorporate this addicting stitch into the Bandos Wrap.
Trust me, once you get into the flow of the moss stitch, you’ll find yourself blissfully lost in its soothing rhythm.
Personalizing Your Bandos Wrap
One of the most exciting aspects of the Bandos Wrap is the freedom to personalize it according to your unique style and preferences.
Have you ever dreamt of adding fringe, tassels, or extra length to a crochet project? Well, with the Bandos Wrap, you can turn those dreams into reality.
Let your creativity run wild and create a truly custom piece that reflects your personality.
After all, crochet is an art form that allows us to express ourselves.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q1: Is the Bandos Wrap suitable for beginners?
Absolutely! The beauty of this crochet shawl pattern free lies in its simplicity. Each triangle is created with a simple one-row repeat pattern that you’ll quickly memorize.
Whether you’re a seasoned crocheter or just starting your journey, the Bandos Wrap is the perfect project to indulge in.
Q2: Why should I block the triangles before sewing them together?
Blocking is like a magical transformation for your crochet work. It involves gently shaping and stretching the triangles to ensure they all end up the same exact size.
By blocking the triangles before joining them, you’ll achieve a polished and professional finish that will make your Bandos Wrap truly shine.
Imagine wrapping yourself in the warmth and beauty of the Bandos Wrap.
As you begin this crochet adventure, let your creativity flourish. Explore different color combinations, experiment with fibers, and make it your own.
Trust me, the satisfaction of completing your own masterpiece will fill your heart with joy.
Share your progress and finished shawls using the hashtags #mycrochetory and #bandoswrap. I can’t wait to see the unique creations that emerge from your crochet hooks!
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BANDOS CROCHET SHAWL PATTERN FREE
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As a bonus in the ad-free, printable PDF, I’ve provided a stitch chart. If you’re a visual learner or if you just want to support my work you can purchase this crochet pattern HERE on ETSY or HERE on Ravelry. Thank you and I hope you find it useful!
Materials & Tools:
- Yarn Requirements: DK weight yarn in 1 colorway, 1060m + for tassels.
Suggested Yarn: Katia Galilea 150g = 450m (492yds), 52% Wool and 48% Acrylic in 307 – green blue-lilac-light yellow colorway.
- Hook size 4mm. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
- Tapestry needle (to weave and hide yarn ends).
Size after blocking:
One size (adjustable):
222cm/87.5” from side to side and 49cm/19.3” from top to bottom at deepest point (see schematic).
Gauge after blocking:
19sts x 17rows in 4”/10cm in Crochet Moss Stitch.
Gauge is not crucial for this project. However, changes might result in a different yardage requirements and the finished size.
- The pattern uses US crochet terminology.
- Ch1 in the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch, so first single crochet of each row is made in last stitch of previous row.
- You can also use yarn in different weights, but just know that the width will be different depending on your gauge.
- You can make the triangles as big as you like by adding or substracting rows.
- Instructions in square brackets […]are worked as many times as indicated.
- The stitch chart is included in the ad-free printable PDF here on ETSY or here on Ravelry.
Stitches & Abbreviations (US terms):
ch(s) – chain(s) stitch
st(s) – stitch(es)
sc – single crochet
slst – slip stitch
yo – yarn over
PM – place marker
M – marker
RPM – reposition marker
sp – space
sk – skip
Read all Notes before you start.
Triangle (make 3)
Start with a magic ring or with 5ch and sl st in the first st to close the round.
Row 1: ch1 (does not count as a sc here and throughout), (sc, ch1, sc, ch2, sc, ch1, sc) in the ring. Turn. (4sc, 2ch-1 spaces, 1 ch-2 spaces)
Tip: Place marker in ch2 space – this is the center of the triangle.
Row 2: ch1, sc in first st, ch1, sk next sc, [sc in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next sc] rep until ch-2sp, (sc, ch2, sc) in ch-2sp, [ch1, sk next sc, sc in next ch-1sp] rep until last st remain, ch1, sc in last st. Turn. (6sc, 4 ch-1 spaces, 1ch-2 spaces)
Repeat Row 2 until Row 66 desired length.
Fasten off yarn, weave in all ends and block all 3 triangles.
Lay out all three triangles to form a trapezoid (see the picture below).
Using mattress stitch, seam all three triangles together in the direction of the red dotted line.
Optional you can make 2 tassels and fasten each of them securely to each end of the crochet wrap.
Fasten off and weave in all ends.
If you have any suggestions or have detected any mistakes, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org