Diagonal Rainbow Wrap

Use this free crochet pattern to make your own Diagonal Rainbow Wrap. Scroll down below the photos to see the full pattern.

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Size

80” (200 cm) long, 12.5” (32 cm) wide

Materials

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Abbreviations Used – US Crochet Terms

  • ch – chain
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • hdc – half double crochet
  • v-stitch – hdc, ch 1, hdc – worked into same ch space

Triangle 1

row 1: start with a slip knot and ch 4, hdc in 4th ch from hook

  • counts as hdc, ch 1, hdc

row 2: ch 2 (counts as an hdc here and through out pattern), turn, v-stitch in the ch 1 space, ch 1, hdc in last st

row 3: ch 3 (counts as an hdc, ch 1 here and through out pattern), turn, v-stitch in each ch 1 space to the end, hdc in last st

row 4: ch 2, turn, v-stitch in each ch 1 space to the end

row 5-52: repeat rows 3 and 4

Triangle 2-4

Turn your work 90 degrees, we will be working in rows perpendicular to row 52. Instead of starting the strait edge in an hdc or ch 2, we will be slip stitching to the first triangle as we work our way along the edge.

Row 1: ch 3, sl st to 2nd hdc from the end of row 52, sl st into next hdc as well

row 2: turn, v-stitch in the ch 1 space, ch 1, hdc in last st

row 3: ch 3 (counts as an hdc, ch 1 here and through out pattern), turn, v-stitch in each ch 1 space to the end

  • along the edge of row 52 – skip 1 hdc and 1 ch space and sl st to the next hdc, sl st into next hdc as well.

Row 4: turn, v-stitch in each ch 1 space to the end

row 5-52: repeat rows 3 and 4

Once you are done, turn your work again 90 degrees and restart from the first row 2 more times, until you have 4 triangles total.

**At some point during triangle 3, your first ball will run out. When joining ball 2, make sure that your colors like up. I had to cut off about 2 color changes worth of yarn until the color sequence lined up.

Weave in any ends you have.

Tassels

Cut 3 strands of white and 2 strands of Shawl in a Ball 16” (41 cm). Fold them in half and attach to the either point of the shawl. Braid the strands and tie off with a large over hand knot.

Repeat for the other point.

For the tassel, cut 50 strands of yarn (30 white, 20 Shawl in a Ball) approximately 7.5” (19 cm).

Divide your strings into 2 equal piles. Place 1 pile under the knot at the end of your braid.

Place another pile on top of the knot.

Tie your tassel strings to the drawstring above the knot.

Fold the top strings down and place another tie to hold them in place.

Hide the ends of the tie in the tassel.

Repeat on the other corner.

Trim your tassel evenly, and you are done!

I would love to see photos of your work, feel free to share them on the stitched pixels facebook page, or tag them with #stitchedpixelscrochet so I can see your work on instagram.

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