Discover the captivating beauty of the Kalinda Wrap, a free crochet shawl pattern with a mesmerizing wave design. Ignite your creativity with a step-by-step VIDEO TUTORIAL and make something beautiful today!
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Welcome to the world of crochet with the Kalinda Wrap, a stunning and adjustable crochet shawl pattern.
Embrace the playful wave pattern and simple double crochet sections that make this wrap a joy to create and wear.
In this blog post, I’ll delve into the construction, versatility, and creative possibilities of the Kalinda Wrap, while providing valuable insights and tips for intermediate crocheters.
The Design and Construction
Discover the unique construction of the Kalinda Wrap, allowing you to customize its length and width.
Explore the parallelogram shape, created through clever increases and decreases, resulting in a reversible wrap that exudes elegance and modernity.
The Cake Yarn for Free Crochet Shawl Pattern
Unleash the magic of gradient yarn with the Kalinda Wrap.
Dive into the world of subtle color changes and choose the perfect yarn cake to enhance the beauty of your shawl.
Discover why Scheepjes Whirl yarn is the preferred choice for this project, offering a delightful crocheting experience.
Unleash Your Creativity with this Free Crochet Shawl Pattern
Let your imagination run wild and personalize your Kalinda Wrap.
Experiment with different colors, create unique combinations, or even incorporate self-striping yarn for added visual interest.
Learn how to make this pattern truly your own.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is the Kalinda Wrap suitable for beginners?
A: The Kalinda Wrap pattern is recommended for intermediate crocheters who have a good understanding of basic crochet stitches and techniques.
However, if you’re an adventurous beginner willing to take on a challenge, you can certainly give it a try with patience and determination.
Q: Can I adjust the size of the Kalinda Wrap?
A: Absolutely! One of the fantastic features of the Kalinda Wrap is its adjustable nature.
You can easily modify the length and width of the shawl according to your preferences. The pattern provides instructions on how to make these adjustments.
Q: Where can I find the ad-free, printable PDF version of the Kalinda Wrap pattern?
A: You can purchase the ad-free, printable PDF crochet pattern with a stitch chart on ETSY or Ravelry. Simply follow the provided links in the blog post to access the pattern for a convenient and portable crochet experience.
Q: Can I use a different type of yarn for the Kalinda Wrap?
A: Absolutely! The Kalinda Wrap is designed to be versatile and works well with any weight of yarn. Feel free to explore different yarn options and experiment with your favorite colors to create a unique and personalized wrap.
Q: Can I share my completed Kalinda Wrap on social media?
A: Absolutely! I encourage you to proudly showcase your finished Kalinda Wrap on social media platforms. Feel free to use the designated hashtags and tag the pattern designer to share your beautiful creation with the crochet community.
OTHER FREE CROCHET SHAWL PATTERNS YOU MIGHT LOVE
Introducing the Kalinda Collection!
This collection features three stunning crochet designs that are perfect for both new and experienced crocheters.
The best part? You can now enjoy all three patterns in one convenient bundle at a discounted price! Whether you’re looking to make a fashionable wrap, a cozy shawl, or a stylish blanket, the Kalinda Collection offers endless possibilities to unleash your creativity.
Each pattern is thoughtfully designed to be approachable yet rewarding, making it a delightful journey for any crochet enthusiast.
Get ready to dive into the captivating world of the Kalinda Collection and let your crochet skills shine!
KALINDA FREE CROCHET WRAP PATTERN
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As a bonus in the ad-free, printable PDF, I’ve provided 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 Scheepjes Whirl 215g = 1000m, 60% Cotton, 40% Acrylic, 1 cake. For the wrap sample I used (555) Forbidden Fushsia colorway.
- Hook size 3.5mm. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge,
- Tapestry needle (to weave and hide yarn ends),
195cm (77”) long and 45cm (18”) wide (adjustable)
Gauge after blocking:
21 sts and 10 rows to 10 x 10cm (4 x 4”) using 3.5mm hook with back loop only double crochet stitches.
If necessary, adjust hook size to obtain the correct gauge.
Before you measure, please take the time to block your swatch in the same manner that you will block your wrap.
- The pattern uses US crochet terminology.
- Wrap is worked in rows back and forth.
- Pattern is a multiple of 16 plus 11 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 rows.
- You can use yarn in different weights, but be aware that the width will be different depending on your gauge.
- 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 2sc, 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.
Stitches & Abbreviations (US terms):
ch – chain(s) stitch
st – stitch(es)
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
hdc – half double crochet
tr – treble crochet
BLdc – back loop only double crochet
yo – yarn over
sc3tog (single crochet 3 together) – [insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop] three times, pull through 4 loops on hook.
dc3tog (double crochet 3 together) – [yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops] three times, yo, pull through all 4 loops on hook.
BLdc3tog – back loop only double crochet 3 together
sp – space
sk – skip
KALINDA WRAP VIDEO TUTORIAL
Looking for guidance? This video tutorial is here to assist you in creating your Kalinda Wrap free crochet shawl pattern with confidence.
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You can also make any multiple of 16 plus 11 number of chain stitches to make your desire width, but changes might result in a different yardage requirement.
Setup row: Starting from the fifth ch from hook, make dc3tog (the four first chains count as a stitch), dc in each st until 2ch remain, 3dc, dc in last st. Turn.
Row 1: ch3 (counts as a st here and throughout), dc in next st, 3BLdc, BLdc in each st until 4sts remain, BLdc3tog, dc into top of the turning ch. Turn.
Row 2: ch1 (doesn’t count as a st here and throughout), sc, sc3tog, sc2, [ch1, sk 1st, sc, ch1, sk 1st, hdc, ch1, sk 1st, dc, ch1, sk 1st, tr, ch1, sk 1st, tr, ch1, sk 1st, dc, ch1, sk 1st, hdc, ch1, sk 1st, sc] rep until 2 sts remain, ch1, 2sc, sc into top of the turning ch. Turn.
Row 3: ch1, sc in first st, 3sc, sc, ch1, sk ch-1sp, [sc, ch1, sk ch-1sp, hdc, ch1, sk ch-1sp, dc, ch1, sk ch-1sp, tr, ch1, sk ch-1sp, tr, ch1, sk ch-1p, dc, ch1, sk ch-1sp, hdc, ch1, sk ch-1sp, sc, ch1, sk ch-1sp] rep until 4sts remain, sc3tog, sc in last st. Turn.
Row 4: ch3, dc in next st, dc3tog (first leg in sc3tog, second leg in ch-1sp and third leg in next sc from previous row), dc in each st and ch-1sp across until 2sts remain, 3dc, dc in last st. Turn.
Repeat Rows 1 – 4 four more times.
Row A: ch3, dc in next st, 3BLdc, BLdc in each st until 4sts remain, BLdc3tog, dc into top of the turning ch. Turn.
Row B: ch3, dc, BLdc3tog, BLdc in each st across until 2 sts remain, 3BLdc, dc into top of the turning ch. Turn.
Repeat Rows A – B five more times.
Repeat Rows 1 – 4 five times,
Repeat Rows A – B six times
Repeat Rows 1 – 4 five times,
Repeat Rows A – B six times
Repeat Rows 1 – 4 five times,
End with Repeat of Row A.
Fasten off yarn, weave in all ends and block your wrap.
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