Crochet on the bias – Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap

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Learn how to crochet on the bias with my new free crochet pattern! Whether you make this Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap for yourself or a loved one, you are guaranteed to enjoy working up this crochet pattern. 

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Learn how to crochet on the bias with my new Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap free crochet pattern.

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Learn how to crochet on the bias with my new Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap free crochet pattern.

Three colors bias crochet design

I am so excited to be able to finally share a project with you that I’ve spent the last several weeks working on! Worked back and forth in rows on the bias, the Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap is a great compromise between easy crocheting and a little bit of interest to keep you entertained.

This bias crochet wrap is worked in sections with some easy, mindless single crochet parts for a relaxing crocheting experience, and interesting sections of mosaic crochet.

There are so many ways to use colors in this project to create the perfect piece for your wardrobe. The monochrome colors (like in my sampler wrap) can go with so many outfits, but you can certainly pick any other three colors that you like as well. The Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap is long enough to wrap around the neck multiple times or to drape loosely over shoulders in numerous ways.

The Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap is a design suited to both experienced crocheters and those eager for a challenge.

Learn how to crochet on the bias with my new Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap free crochet pattern.

How to crochet on the bias?

Bias crochet. Sound as a new, crazy crochet technique to you? It’s actually a fun and easy way to spice up your projects, making them look more complicated than they really are. 

Crocheting on the bias is simply working on the diagonal. To achieve a this parallelogram shape you must always decrease stitches along one side of your pattern and increase on the other. This gives the shawl a dynamic look and wonderful drape

This bias crochet wrap is totally adjustable both in length and in width (find the resizing instructions in the Notes section down below). Note, however, that this will affect the required yardage.

If you fancy making more crochet bias shawls, you might like my Kalinda Wrap.

Learn how to crochet on the bias with my new Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap free crochet pattern.
Learn how to crochet on the bias with my new Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap free crochet pattern.

Mosaic Crochet in bias crochet design

You have probably noticed already that I became totally addicted to designing mosaic crochet patterns. I just love them.

There are no color changes within the working row and you’re only working one color at a time. The amazing pattern effect is achieved by working simple crochet stitches you know in a unique way – if you get lost in the pattern, I have included heavy step-by-step picture tutorial at the end of the pattern to show you how this colorwork works.

Even if you’ve never worked a mosaic crochet in your life, you’ll be able to make this bias crochet wrap and look great doing it! Play with colors and have fun making this Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap uniquely yours.

Learn how to crochet on the bias with my new Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap free crochet pattern.
Learn how to crochet on the bias with my new Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap free crochet pattern.

OTHER MOSAIC FREE CROCHET PATTERNS YOU MIGHT LOVE

  1. Dioon Pillow
  2. Duende Hat
  3. Mosaic Cocoon Cardigan

MONOCHROME BIAS CROCHET WRAP FREE PATTERN

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The bias crochet wrap you make following this pattern is yours you are free to sell it, as long as you credit MyCrochetory as original designer. For more information, please, read Terms Page.

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Materials & Tools:

  1. Yarn Scheepjes Whirlette 100g = 455m, 60% Cotton, 40% Acrylic.

Yarn A: Luscious –  496m,

Yarn B: Frosted – 278m,

Yarn C: Ice – 496m.

Note that yardage may vary depending on yarn used, gauge variations or modifications.

  • Hook  size 3.5mm. Adjust  hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge,
  • Tapestry needle (to weave and hide yarn ends),
  • Scissors.

Level: Intermediate

Size after blocking:

Length 174cm/69.3”

Width 44cm/17.3”

Learn how to crochet on the bias with my new Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap free crochet pattern.

Gauge after blocking:

For single crochet section: 19sts x 23 rows = 10cm/4”

For mosaic section: 19sts x 18 rows = 10cm/4”

Gauge is not crucial for this project. However, changes might result in different yardage requirements and finished size.

General Notes:

  • The pattern uses US crochet terminology.
  • Shawl is worked diagonally in rows, back and forth, with one color used for each row.
  • Pattern is a multiple of 14 plus 6 stitches. To increase the width of the wrap, increase the number of chains. To decrease the width of the wrap, decrease the number of chains.
  • You can make this wrap as long as you like by adding or substracting pattern repeats or rows in the single crochet sections.
  • You can use yarn in different weights, but be aware that the width will be different depending on your gauge.
  • Sections without mosaic colorwork are turned after every row.
  • Sections with mosaic colorwork are turned after every two rows. This means, you will work this section two rows on the RS, two rows on WS, and then again two rows on RS, and so on.
  • STITCHES: When in the instructions you have a stitch followed by a number, eg sc14, this means you have to work 1sc stitch into each of the next 14 sts. When in the instructions you have a number followed by a stitch,         eg 2BLsc, this this means you have to work 2 sc stitches into the next (same) stitch.
  • Instructions in square brackets […] are worked as many times as indicated.

Mosaic Section Notes:

  • You can either follow the chart or written instructions.
  • You will start this section on the WS. Then you will work two rows on the RS, two rows on WS, and then again two rows on RS, and so on.

How to read the Mosaic Chart:

  • Chart is read from bottom to top and each row of squares represents one row of the shawl.
  • All RS rows are read from right to left. All WS rows are read from left to right.
  • Each square of the chart represents 1 stitch or 1 skipped stitch.
  • Two red squares represent two single crochet worked in one stitch (on the increase side).
  • One green square represents one single crochet 2 together (BLsc2tog or FLsc2tog) worked in two stitches (on the decrease side).
  • Whenever you see a square of color dedicated to that row, work single crochet.
  • Whenever you see a square of different color in that row, skip that stitch (make chain). To prevent puckering,  make the same number of chain as the number of skipped sts plus ch1. For example, for 1 skipped st – make ch2, for 2 skipped sts – make ch3, for 3 skipped sts – make ch4, etc.
  • Pay special attention to number of skipped stitches.
  • BLmosaicdc and FLmosaicdc will be worked in these skipped sts from two rows below.
  • BLmosaicdc and BLsc are worked on RS of your work and FLmosaicdc and FLsc are worked on WS of your work.
  • Remember, BLmosaicdc are always worked in front of chains of previous row and FLmosaicdc are always worked behind the chains of previous row.

Stitches & Abbreviations (US terms):

ch(s) – chain(s) stitch

st(s) – stitch(es)

sc(s) – single crochet

dc(s) – double crochet

BLsc – back loop only single crochet

FLsc – front loop only single crochet

BLdc – back loop only double crochet

FLdc – front loop only double crochet

slst – slip stitch

yo – yarn over

BLmosaicdc (back loop only mosaic double crochet) – work regular BLdc in unworked/skipped st of the same color two rows below in front of chain space (in front of work). These chains will stay behind BLmosaicdc and will stay unworked.

FLmosaicdc (front loop only mosaic double crochet) – work regular FLdc in unworked/skipped st of the same color two rows below behind chain space (behind the work). These chains will stay in front of FLmosaicdc and will stay unworked.

BLsc2tog (back loop single crochet 2 together) – [insert hook in back loop of indicated st, yo, draw up a loop] two times, pull through 3 loops on hook.

FLsc2tog (front loop single crochet 2 together) – [insert hook in front loop of indicated st, yo, draw up a loop] two times, pull through 3 loops on hook.

sp – space

sk – skip

RS – right ride

WS – wrong side

PATTERN

With 3.5mm hook and Yarn A work ch133.

You can also make any multiple of 14 plus 6 number of chain stitches to make your desire width, but changes might result in a different yardage requirement.

Setup row (RS): sc in second ch from hook, 2sc in next ch, sc in each ch until 3ch remain, sc2tog, sc in last ch. Turn.

Row 1 (WS): ch1 (doesn’t count as a st here and throughout), sc in first st, sc2tog, sc in each st until last 2sts remain, 2sc, sc in last st. Turn.

Row 2 (RS): ch1, sc in first st, 2sc, sc in each st until 3sts remain, sc2tog, sc in last st. Turn.

Repeat Rows 1 – 2 until Row 29 (or until desired length).

Your last row should be worked on WS.

DON’T CUT the yarn, drop loop off the hook and DON’T TURN your work after your last repeat of row 1 (see tutorial)

MOSAIC SECTION

Learn how to crochet on the bias with my new Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap free crochet pattern.

Mosaic Row 1 (WS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, attach Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1 (doesn’t count as a st here and throughout), sc in first st, FLsc2tog, FLsc1, [ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1], rep three times in total, ch3, sk 2sts, FLsc5, [ch3, sk 2sts, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, ch3, sk 2sts, FLsc5] rep until 3sts remain, ch2, sk 1st, 2FLsc, sc in last st. Change to Yarn A in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Mosaic Row 2 (RS): ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, sc1, [BLmosaicdc1 (in unworked st of same color two rows below, in front of chains – here and throughout), ch2, sk 1st, BLsc3, ch2, sk 1st, BLmosaicdc2, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1] rep until 3sts remain, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Drop loop off the hook and don’t turn.

Mosaic Row 3 (RS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc2, BLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc2, ch3, sk 2sts, BLsc1, [ch3, sk 2sts, BLsc2, BLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc2, ch3, sk 2sts, BLsc1] rep until 5sts remain, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Change to Yarn A in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Mosaic Row 4 (WS): ch1, sc in first st, FLsc2tog, [FLmosaicdc1 (in unworked st of same color two rows below, behind chains – here and throughout), FLsc1, FLmosaicdc2, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc2, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc2, ch2, sk 1st, FLmosaicdc1] rep until 3sts remain, FLsc1, 2FLsc, sc in last st. Drop loop off the hook and don’t turn.

Mosaic Row 5 (WS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, BLsc2tog, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, ch4, sk 3sts, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1, [ch4, sk 3sts, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, ch4, sk 3sts, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1] rep until 4sts remain, ch3, sk 2sts, 2BLsc, sc in last st. Change to Yarn A in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Mosaic Row 6 (RS):  ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, BLsc1 , [BLmosaicdc2, BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc3, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1] rep until 3sts remain, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Drop loop off the hook and don’t turn.

Mosaic Row 7 (RS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, [ch2, sk 1st, BLsc3, ch2, sk 1st, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc2, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc2, BLmosaicdc1] rep until 4sts, BLsc1, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Change to Yarn A in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Mosaic Row 8 (WS): ch1, sc in first st, FLsc2tog, [FLsc2, ch2, sk 1st, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc2, FLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLmosaicdc1] rep until 3sts remain, FLsc1, 2FLsc, sc in last st. Drop loop off the hook and don’t turn.

Mosaic Row 9 (WS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, FLsc2tog, FLsc1, [FLmosaicdc1, FLsc3, FLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc2, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc2, ch2, sk 1st] rep until 2sts remain, 2FLsc, sc in last st. Change to Yarn A in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Mosaic Row 10 (RS): ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, [BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, ch4, sk 3sts, BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, ch4, sk 3sts] rep until 4sts remain, BLsc1, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Drop loop off the hook and don’t turn.

Mosaic  Row 11 (RS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, BLsc1, [BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc3, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc3] rep until 3sts remain, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Change to Yarn A in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Mosaic Row 12 (WS): ch1, sc in first st, FLsc2tog, FLsc1, [ch3, sk 2sts, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc2, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc2, FLmosaicdc1, ch3, sk 2sts, FLsc1] rep until 2sts remain, 2FLsc, sc in last st. Drop loop off the hook and don’t turn.

Mosaic Row 13 (WS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, FLsc2tog, [FLmosaicdc2, FLsc2, ch2, sk 1st, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc2, FLmosaicdc2, FLsc1] rep until 3sts remain, FLsc1, 2FLsc, sc in last st. Change to Yarn A in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Mosaic Row 14 (RS): ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, [BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, ch3, sk 2sts, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc3, BLmosaicdc1, ch3, sk 2sts] rep until 4sts remain, BLsc1, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Fasten off Yarn A and don’t turn.

Mosaic Row 15 (RS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, BLsc1, [BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc2, BLsc5, BLmosaicdc2] rep until 3sts remain, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Change to Yarn C in final st. Turn.

Mosaic Row 16 (WS): ch1, sc in first st, FLsc2tog, FLsc1, [FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, ch3, sk 2sts, FLsc5, ch3, sk 2sts] rep until 2sts remain, 2FLsc, sc in last st.  Drop loop off the hook and don’t turn.

Mosaic Row 17 (WS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, FLsc2tog, [FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc2, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc3, ch2, sk 1st, FLmosaicdc2] rep until 3sts remain, FLsc1, 2FLsc, sc in last st. Change to Yarn C in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Mosaic Row 18 (RS): ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, [ch3, sk 2sts, BLsc2, BLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc2, ch3, sk 2sts, BLsc1] rep until 4sts remain, BLsc1, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Drop loop off the hook and don’t turn.

Mosaic Row 19 (RS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, [BLsc1, BLmosaicdc2, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc2, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc2, ch2, sk 1st, BLmosaicdc2] rep until 4sts remain, BLsc1, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Change to Yarn C in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Mosaic Row 20 (WS): ch1, sc in first st, FLsc2tog, FLsc1, [FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, ch4, sk 3sts, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1, ch4, sk 3sts] rep until 2sts remain, 2FLsc, sc in last st. Drop loop off the hook and don’t turn.

Mosaic Row 21 (WS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, FLsc2tog, [FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc3, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc3] rep until 3sts remain, FLsc1, 2FLsc, sc in last st. Change to Yarn C in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Mosaic Row 22 (RS): ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, BLsc1, [ch2, sk 1st, BLsc3, ch2, sk 1st, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc2, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc2, BLmosaicdc1] rep until 3sts remain, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Drop loop off the hook and don’t turn.

Mosaic Row 23 (RS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, [BLsc2, BLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc2, ch2, sk 1st, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st] rep until 4sts remain, BLsc1, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Change to Yarn C in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Mosaic Row 24 (WS): ch1, sc in first st, FLsc2tog, [FLmosaicdc1, FLsc3, FLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc2, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc2, ch2, sk 1st] rep until 3sts remain, FLsc1, 2FLsc, sc in last st. Drop loop off the hook and don’t turn.

Mosaic Row 25 (WS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, FLsc2tog, FLsc1, ch3, sk 2sts, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, ch4, sk 3sts, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1, [ch4, sk 3sts, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, ch4, sk 3sts, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1] rep until 3sts remain, ch2, sk 1st, 2FLsc, sc in last st. Change to Yarn C in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Mosaic Row 26 (RS): ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, BLsc1, [BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc3, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc2] rep until 3sts remain, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Drop loop off the hook and don’t turn.

Mosaic Row 27 (RS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, ch3, sk 2sts, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc2, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc2, BLmosaicdc1, [ch3, sk 2sts, BLsc1, ch3, sk 2sts, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc2, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc2, BLmosaicdc1] rep until 5sts, ch2, sk 1st, BLsc1, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Change to Yarn C in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Mosaic Row 28 (WS): ch1, sc in first st, FLsc2tog, [FLmosaicdc1, FLsc2, ch2, sk 1st, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc2, FLmosaicdc2, FLsc1, FLmosaicdc1] rep until 3sts remain, FLsc1, 2FLsc, sc in last st. Drop loop off the hook and don’t turn.

Mosaic Row 29 (WS): Insert your hookin the first st of the same row, grab Yarn B and pull it through first st.

Ch1, sc in first st, FLsc2tog, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc3, FLmosaicdc1, ch3, sk 2sts, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, [ch3, sk 2sts, FLmosaicdc1, FLsc3, FLmosaicdc1, ch3, sk 2sts, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1, ch2, sk 1st, FLsc1] rep until 3sts remain, ch2, sk 1st, 2FLsc, sc in last st. Change to Yarn C in final st by grabbing the loop in the end of the row and pulling it through two loops on the hook. Turn.

Fasten off Yarn B.

Mosaic Row 30 (RS): ch1, sc in first st, 2BLsc, BLsc1, [BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc1, BLsc1, BLmosaicdc2, BLsc5, BLmosaicdc1] rep until 3sts remain, BLsc2tog, sc in last st. Turn.

Continue with Yarn C.

Next:

Repeat Rows 1 – 2 15 times and then repeat just Row 1 (WS).

Next, repeat MOSAIC ROWS working

Mosaic Row 1 using Yarn B,

Mosaic Row 2 using Yarn C,

Mosaic Row 3 using Yarn B,

Mosaic Row 4 using Yarn C, and so on until Mosaic Row 15.

Then, Mosaic Row 16 using Yarn A,

Mosaic Row 17 using Yarn B,

Mosaic Row 18 using Yarn A, and so on until Mosaic Row 30.

Continue with Yarn A.

Next:

Repeat Rows 1 – 2 15 times and then repeat just Row 1 (WS).

Next, repeat MOSAIC ROWS working

Mosaic Row 1 using Yarn B,

Mosaic Row 2 using Yarn A,

Mosaic Row 3 using Yarn B,

Mosaic Row 4 using Yarn A, and so on until Mosaic Row 15.

Then, Mosaic Row 16 using Yarn C,

Mosaic Row 17 using Yarn B,

Mosaic Row 18 using Yarn C, and so on until Mosaic Row 30.

Continue with Yarn C.

Next:

Repeat Rows 1 – 2 15 times and then repeat just Row 1 (WS).

Fasten off yarn, weave in all ends and block your wrap.

If you have any suggestions or have detected any mistakes, please feel free to email me at mycrochetory@gmail.com

MOSAIC SECTION TUTORIAL

Please note, this photo-tutorial includes only 15 first rows of mosaic section.

Before the mosaic section:

Mosaic Row 1:

Mosaic Row 2:

Mosaic Row 3:

Mosaic Row 4:

Mosaic Row 5:

Mosaic Row 6:

Mosaic Row 7:

Mosaic Row 8:

Mosaic Row 9:

Mosaic Row 10:

Mosaic Row 11:

Mosaic Row 12:

Mosaic Row 13:

Mosaic Row 14:

Mosaic Row 15:

7 Comments on “Crochet on the bias – Monochrome Bias Crochet Wrap

  1. Every time you post a new pattern, I think, “Well, she can’t create anything more beautiful than THAT!” And then you do. This may be my favorite of your patterns, and I have loved them all. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us. I need to start this shawl immediately.

  2. Wow, another fantastic wrap! You are so talented, and one of the most GENEROUS !!!! designers out there. Thank you so much for sharing with us.

  3. I’m so in love with this! Started it in Christmas colors as a gift 🤔 maybe 🥰
    The only thing is that I crochet tight and unfortunately it’s not the same beautiful yarn you use. Obviously it will be heavier looking and feeling. Do you think it will still work or should I frog it and use a much larger hook to make it more airy looking. I’m just on the first section so it won’t be too heart aching to do.

    1. Hi! Sometimes making a small sample is the best you can do and then decide what you prefer more. However, I think the mosaic patterns can’t be too airy.

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