The Hyacinth Wrap is a lacy crochet wrap pattern. With a generous length and width, you can wear the wrap in a number of ways! Use a soft cotton blend like Comfy Color Mist for a lightweight warm weather accessory.
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This pattern includes detailed written instructions for the shawl. The shawl is worked from the center to one edge including the border. Then, the second half is started again in the middle and worked out to the other edge.
About the Inspiration for the Hyacinth Wrap Pattern
The inspiration for this pattern came from playing with different lacy designs. I was also thinking of flowers for a spring design.
The colors in the yarn reminded me of the colors of hyacinths. So, I also wanted to mimic the tall blossoms of a hyacinth.
With lots of experimentation, I landed on the lace design included in the wrap. I love how the more solid and lacy sections also play off each other.
About the Yarn
The sample shawl is made in Comfy Color Mist from We Crochet. This is a super soft blend of 75% pima cotton and 25% acrylic yarn.
I love working with cottons and cotton-blends for crochet. I think they show the stitch definition well in the lacy sections. It’s also a soft and light yarn for a spring accessory.
Spring Style Crochet Blog Hop and Bundle
This pattern is featured on March 16, 2022 as part of the Spring Style Crochet Blog Hop and Bundle co-hosted by Itchin’ for Some Stitchin’, HanJan Crochet, and Ned and Mimi. The Blog Hop is generously sponsored by We Crochet who provided yarn support to the designers. Share your projects from the Blog Hop with #SpringStyleWeC22.
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The Hyacinth Wrap is a free crochet pattern for a crochet wrap in U.S. crochet terminology. It is included for free on the blog below.
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Hyacinth Wrap Pattern
What You’ll Need
Yarn: Worsted weight (#4 Medium) in color(s) of choice approximately 1090 yards.
Shown: KnitPicks/WeCrochet Comfy Color Mist (75% pima cotton, 25% acrylic), 219yd/100g, Chive Blossom, 5 skeins.
Hook: Size H/8 (5.0 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge (these are my favorite hooks)
Notions: Tapestry needle, measuring tape, two optional stitch markers.
Sizing and Gauge
Size: 20” x 72”
Gauge: approximately 16.5 sts and 7 rows = 4” x 4” in dc; exact gauge is not critical.
- Ch 3 at beg of each row counts as a dc.
- Use optional stitch markers to mark edge sts if desired. Move these stitch markers up as you progress through the pattern.
- Work row one into the bottom bumps (sometimes called back bumps) of the foundation ch. Tutorial HERE.
- For a wider wrap, adjust base chain by adding sts in multiples of 12. Learn more about crochet stitch multiples HERE. A wider wrap will require more yarn.
- Wrap instructions begin in the center of the wrap. Then, yarn is rejoined to the other side of foundation ch for the other half of the wrap.
Standard Stitch Abbreviations (U.S. Crochet Terminology):
ch-1 sp(s): chain one space(s)
ch-2 sp(s): chain two space(s)
dc: double crochet
dc2tog: double crochet two together
*: rep the sts from the asterisk
Special Stitch Abbreviation, Instructions, and Tutorial:
5-dc Shell: work 5 dc in one st; find a tutorial HERE
Hyacinth Crochet Wrap Pattern
Multiple: 12 + 4
Base Chain: Chain 88
Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook, dc in next 4 chs, ch 2, sk 2 chs, *dc in next 10 chs, ch 2, sk 2 chs; rep from * across until 6 chs remain, dc in last 6 chs, turn. (72 dc, 7 ch-2 sps)
Row 2: Ch 3, *dc in next 3 sts, sk 2 sts, (dc, ch 1, dc) twice in ch-2 sp, sk 2 sts, dc in next 3 sts; rep from * across to last st, dc in last st, turn. (72 dc, 14 ch-1 sps)
Row 3: Ch 3, *dc in next st, sk 3 sts, (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in ch-1 sp, sk 2 sts, (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in ch-1 sp, sk 3 sts, dc in next st; rep from * across to last st, dc in last st, turn. (72 dc, 14 ch-1 sps)
Row 4: Ch 3, *dc in next st, ch 1, sk 2 sts, (2 dc, ch 1, dc) in ch-1 sp, sk 4 sts, (dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in ch-1 sp, ch 1, sk 2 sts, dc in next st; rep from * across to last st, dc in last st, turn. (58 dc, 28 ch-1 sps)
Row 5: Ch 3, *dc in next st, 2 dc in ch-1 sp, ch 2, sk 2 sts, dc2tog across ch-1 sp and next dc, dc2tog across next dc and ch-1 sp, ch 2, sk 2 sts, 2 dc in ch-1 sp, dc in next st; rep from * across to last st, dc in last st, turn. (14 dc2tog sts, 14 ch-2 sps, 44 dc)
Row 6: Ch 3, *dc in next 3 sts, 2 dc in ch-2 sp, ch 2, sk 2, 2 dc in ch-2 sp, dc in next 3 sts; rep from * across to last st, dc in last st, turn. (72 dc, 7 ch-2 sps)
Rows 7 – 56: Rep rows 2-6 ten times.
Row 57: Ch 3, dc in next st, dc2tog, dc in each st and 2 dc in each ch-2 sp across to last st, dc in last st, turn. (85 dc)
Row 58: Ch 1, sc in first st, *sk 2 sts, 5-dc shell in next st, sk 2 sts, sc in next st; rep from * across, turn. (15 sc, 14 shells)
Row 59: Ch 3, 2 dc in same st, *sk 2 sts, sc in next dc, sk 2 sts**, 5-dc shell in next st; rep from * across ending last rep at **, 3 dc in last st, turn. (14 sc, 13 shells, 6 dc)
Row 60: Rep row 58. Fasten off. The end of row 60 completes one side of the wrap.
Reattach yarn with sl st to the other side of the foundation chain to begin the other side of the wrap. Rep rows 2 – 60 to make the other side of the wrap.
Finishing: Weave in ends. Block if desired.
Other Crochet Shawl Patterns You Might Enjoy
If you like the Hyacinth Wrap, you may also like the Daphne Shawl and the Susan Shawl. These shawls also use worsted weight yarn and can be found for free on the blog.