Ombre yarn Havra Crochet Wrap free pattern

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This Havra Crochet Wrap pattern combines a simple stitch, bias crocheting and ombre yarn to create a wearable crochet shawl that may be worn in a variety of ways!

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This Havra Crochet Wrap pattern combines a simple stitch, bias crocheting and ombre yarn to create a wearable crochet shawl that may be worn in a variety of ways! Free crochet pattern on my blog mycrochetory.com

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This Havra Crochet Wrap pattern combines a simple stitch, bias crocheting and ombre yarn to create a wearable crochet shawl that may be worn in a variety of ways! Free crochet pattern on my blog mycrochetory.com

Hi! I hope your new year has been treating you well!

If you’re on the hunt for a new, good for all seasons crochet accessory, I have you covered! Meet my newest pattern – the Havra Wrap! I feel like I say this with every pattern release, but this is my most favorite design to date.

This crochet pattern has been in the works since September but it got set aside until the end of the last year, and I am so excited to finally share it with you today!

Remember the Havra Infinity Scarf? The Havra Wrap is a sister pattern to my Havra Infinity Scarf design, featuring the same gorgeous chevron pattern, but with a gorgeous ombre fingering weight yarn and worked on the bias.

This Havra Crochet Wrap pattern combines a simple stitch, bias crocheting and ombre yarn to create a wearable crochet shawl that may be worn in a variety of ways! Free crochet pattern on my blog mycrochetory.com

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. Because of its construction, Havra Wrap is totally adjustable both in length and in width.

The pattern may look advanced, but is actually very easy to crochet. Simple double crochet and chevron eyelet lace makes this a perfect first lace project or a relaxing piece for a seasoned crocheters. With a repetitive yet interesting stitch pattern, this calming crochet pattern is straightforward to follow, but accessible to the adventurous beginner!

Easy to wrap and wear on the go, you’ll love the versatility of this effortless piece.

This Havra Crochet Wrap pattern combines a simple stitch, bias crocheting and ombre yarn to create a wearable crochet shawl that may be worn in a variety of ways! Free crochet pattern on my blog mycrochetory.com

There are so many ways to use colors in this project to create the perfect piece for your wardrobe. The Havra Wrap can be worked using ombre yarn, a gradient set or just one colour with a contrasting stripe. It also can be a perfect way to use up some of those partial skeins in your stash too.

I used Scheepjes Whirl yarn cake which gradually changes color as you work. The transitions keep things interesting, and the stitch patterns are fun and almost magical the way they come together. If you haven’t tried this yarn yet, you should fix that immediately. It’s a fingering weight, a pleasure to work with, and most importantly it comes in the most beautiful shades!

Either way, you can make a bold or subtle statement with your colour selection and create yourself a wardrobe classic to enjoy for years to come. Have fun choosing your colors, based on whatever is inspiring you at the moment. 

OTHER CROCHET WRAP PATTERNS YOU MIGHT LOVE

  1. Monochrome Bias Wrap
  2. Kalinda Wrap
  3. Arrow Crochet Wrap

If you want to share your wips and finished wrap on social media, please, use hashtag #mycrochetory. I love to see your finished project!

This Havra Crochet Wrap pattern combines a simple stitch, bias crocheting and ombre yarn to create a wearable crochet shawl that may be worn in a variety of ways! Free crochet pattern on my blog mycrochetory.com

HAVRA CROCHET WRAP FREE PATTERN

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The ombre yarn 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.

This Havra Crochet Wrap pattern combines a simple stitch, bias crocheting and ombre yarn to create a wearable crochet shawl that may be worn in a variety of ways! Free crochet pattern on my blog mycrochetory.com

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!

This Havra Crochet Wrap pattern combines a simple stitch, bias crocheting and ombre yarn to create a wearable crochet shawl that may be worn in a variety of ways! Free crochet pattern on my blog mycrochetory.com

Materials & Tools:

  1. Yarn: Fingering weight yarn in 2 colors:

Main Color (MC): Scheepjes Whirl 215g = 1000m, (60% Cotton, 40% Acrylic) – approx. 215g (1000m).

Contrast Color (CC): Scheepjes Whirlette 100g = 455m, (60% Cotton and 40% Acryl) – approx. 69g (314m).

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

Level:

Adventurous beginner – decreases, increases.

Size after blocking (adjustable):

Length 180cm/71”

Width 50cm/19.5” (see schematic)

This Havra Crochet Wrap pattern combines a simple stitch, bias crocheting and ombre yarn to create a wearable crochet shawl that may be worn in a variety of ways! Free crochet pattern on my blog mycrochetory.com

Gauge after blocking:

24sts x 11rows in 4”/10cm.

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.

Notes:

  • The pattern uses US crochet terminology.
  • The wrap is worked back and forth in rows.
  • Pattern is a multiple of 18 plus 12 stitches.
  • The Havra Wrap is easily adjustable. To increase the width of the wrap, increase the number of initial chains. To decrease the width of the wrap, decrease the number of initial chains.
  • You can make this wrap as long as you like by adding or substracting pattern repeats.
  • Instructions in square brackets […] are worked as many times as indicated.
  • Crochet over your ends as you go along to minimize finishing.
  • 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)

dc – double crochet

BLdc – back loop only double crochet

sl st – slip stitch

yo – yarn over

dc2tog (double crochet 2 together) – [yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops] twice, yo, pull through all 3 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

BLdc2tog – back loop only double crochet 2 together

sp – space

beg – beginning

prev – previous

sk – skip

This Havra Crochet Wrap pattern combines a simple stitch, bias crocheting and ombre yarn to create a wearable crochet shawl that may be worn in a variety of ways! Free crochet pattern on my blog mycrochetory.com

PATTERN

Read all Notes before you start.

You can also make any multiple of 18 plus 12 stitches to make your desire width, but changes might result in a different yardage requirement.

With CC, chain 138.

Setup Row 1: 2dc in 4th ch from hook (ch3 at the beg counts as a stitch), dc in next 5chs, [dc in next 1ch, dc3tog, dc in next 7chs, 3dc in next 1ch, dc in next 6chs] rep until 3chs remain, dc3tog. Turn.

With MC,

Row 1: ch3 (doesn’t count as a st), BLdc2tog (1st leg in second st and 2nd leg in the next st), BLdc in next 5sts, [(BLdc, ch1, BLdc) in next 1st, BLdc in next 7sts, BLdc3tog, BLdc in next 7sts] rep until last st remain, (dc, ch1, dc) in 1st ch in the beg of the prev row. Turn.

Row 2: ch3 (counts as a st), (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 3sts, [dc in next 3sts, dc3tog, dc in next 6sts, ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 3sts] rep until 3sts remain, dc3tog. Turn.

Row 3: ch3 (doesn’t count as a st), dc2tog (1st leg in second st and 2nd leg in the next st), ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, [ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 4sts, dc3tog, dc in next 4sts, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp] rep until 2sts remain, ch1, sk next st, dc in 3rd ch in the beg of the prev row. Turn.

Row 4: ch3 (counts as a st), dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, [ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 2sts, dc3tog, dc in next 2sts, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st] rep until 3sts remain, dc3tog (1st leg in next st, 2nd leg in next ch-1sp, 3rd leg in dc2tog). Turn.

Row 5: ch3 (doesn’t count as a st), dc2tog (1st leg in second st and 2nd leg in next ch-1sp), ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, [ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc3tog, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st] rep until 2sts remain, ch1, sk next st, dc in 3rd ch in the beg of the prev row. Turn.

With CC,

Row 6: ch3 (counts as a st), dc in next 4sts, 3dc in next ch-1sp, [dc in next 7sts, dc3tog (1st leg in ch-1sp, 2nd leg in next dc, 3rd leg in next ch-1sp), dc in next 7sts, 3dc in next ch-1sp] rep until 3sts remain, dc3tog (1st leg in next st, 2nd leg in next ch-1sp, 3rd leg in last dc2tog). Turn.

With MC,

Row 7: ch3 (doesn’t count as a st), BLdc in next 1st, ch1 (do not sk any st), BLdc in next 6sts, [BLdc in next 2sts, BLdc3tog, BLdc in next 7sts, (BLdc, ch1, BLdc) in next 1st, dc in next 5sts] rep until last st remain, dc in 3rd ch in the beg of the prev row. Turn.

Row 8: ch3 (counts as a st), dc in next 5sts, ch1, sk next st, [(dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 6sts, dc3tog, dc in next 6sts, ch1, sk next st] rep until 2sts remain, dc in next ch-1sp, dc in last dc. Turn.

Row 9: ch3 (counts as a st), ch1, sk 2nd st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 4sts, [dc3tog, dc in next 4sts, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 4sts] rep until last st remain, dc in 3rd ch in the beg of the prev row. Turn.

Row 10: ch3 (counts as a st), dc in next 3sts, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, [dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 2sts, dc3tog, dc in next 2sts, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st] rep until ch-4sp remain (ch1 plus ch3 in the beg of the prev row), dc in ch-4sp, dc in 3rd ch of ch4 in the beg of the prev row. Turn.

Row 11: ch3 (counts as a st), ch1, sk 2nd st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, [dc3tog, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st] rep until 3sts remain, dc2tog, ch1 (do not sk any st), dc in 3rd ch in the beg of the prev row. Turn.

With CC,

Row 12: ch3 (counts as a st), 2dc in first st, dc3tog (1st leg in ch-1sp, 2nd leg in next dc, 3rd leg in next ch-1sp), dc in next 4sts, [dc in next 3sts, 3dc in next ch-1sp, dc in next 7sts, dc3tog (1st leg in next ch-1sp, 2nd leg in next dc, 3rd leg in next ch-1sp), dc in next 4sts] rep until last st remain, dc in 3rd ch in the beg of the prev row. Turn.

With MC,

Row 13: ch3 (counts as a st), BLdc in next 3sts, BLdc3tog, BLdc in next 1st, [BLdc in next 6sts, (BLdc, ch1, BLdc) in next 1st, BLdc in next 7sts, BLdc3tog, BLdc in next 1st] rep until last st remain, 3dc in 3rd ch in the beg of the prev row. Turn.

Row 14: ch3 (counts as a st), 2dc in first st, dc in next 2sts, dc3tog, dc in next 2sts, [dc in next 4sts, ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 6sts, dc3tog, dc in next 2sts] rep until last st remain, dc in 3rd ch in the beg of the prev row. Turn.

Row 15: ch3 (counts as a st), dc in next 1st, dc3tog, dc in next 3sts, [dc in next 2st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 4sts, dc3tog, dc in next 3sts] rep until last st remain, (dc, ch1, dc) in 3rd ch in the beg of the prev row. Turn.

Row 16: ch3 (counts as a st), dc in first st, ch1, dc in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 2sts, dc3tog, [dc in next 2sts, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 2sts, dc3tog] rep until last st remain, dc in 3rd ch in the beg of the prev row. Turn.

Row 17: ch3 (doesn’t count as a st), dc2tog (1st leg in second st, 2nd leg in next st), ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, [dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, (dc, ch1, dc) in next ch-1sp, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc3tog, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st, dc in next 1st, ch1, sk next st] rep until last st remain, (dc, ch1, dc) in 3rd ch in the beg of the prev row. Turn.

With CC,

Row 18: ch3 (counts as a st), 2dc in first st, dc in next 5sts, [dc in next 1st, dc3tog (1st leg in next ch-1sp, 2nd leg in next dc, 3rd leg in next ch-1sp), dc in next 7sts, 3dc in next ch-1sp, dc in next 6sts] rep until 3sts remain, dc3tog (1st leg in next st, 2nd leg in next ch-1sp, 3rd leg in next dc2tog). Turn.

Repeat Rows 1 – 18 seven more times or until desired length.

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

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

This Havra Crochet Wrap pattern combines a simple stitch, bias crocheting and ombre yarn to create a wearable crochet shawl that may be worn in a variety of ways! Free crochet pattern on my blog mycrochetory.com

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