This wrap is scrumptious!  The delicious blend of chocolate and cherry colored yarns along with the squishy, soft texture created by the up and down stitch combine to create a magical wrap that is simply divine to wear. It truly is one of my all-time favorite pieces.  Add to that the fact that it is so easy and relaxing to crochet, and you have an awesome project for those long winter nights.  The finished wrap is 24”x76” so it’s big enough to drape around you in a stylish way or simply wrap up in for warmth like those big blanket scarves that are so in fashion now.  But this wrap is a classic.  No matter what the fashion is you will be enjoying this one for years to come!

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Lion Brand Heartland in Acadia – 1 skeins

Lion Brand Heartland in Badlands – 2 skeins

Lion Brand Heartland in Sequoia – 3 skeins

Hook size K/10.5 – 6.5mm for main body of wrap

Hook size L/11 – 8.00 mm for foundation row (optional)


Ch – chain

Sc – single crochet

Dc – double crochet 

St, sts – stitch, stitches


9 stitches and 9 rows = 4”


1.  Beginning chains do not count as stitches.  Always make your first stitch in the very first stitch in the row. 

2.  The wrap is 24” from top to bottom, and 76” from end to end.

3.  I recommend using the larger hook for the foundation row so it doesn’t turn out too tight, but it’s optional. 

4.  This simple stitch is called an “up and down” stitch, or a “high-low” stitch.  You simply alternate between a sc and dc across your row.  


With Acadia, ch 160 plus one (with the larger L hook if you choose to.)

Row 1:  With hook size K, sc in 2nd ch from hook, *dc in next ch, sc in next ch,* repeat from * to * across.  Dc in last ch.

Row 2:  Turn, ch 1, *sc in next st (which is the dc from the previous row), dc in next st (which is the sc from the previous row)*, repeat from * to * across.  Dc in last st. 

Row 3:  Turn, ch 1, *sc in next st, dc in next st*, repeat from * to * across.  Dc in last st. 

Row 4:  With Sequoia, repeat pattern from row 3 for all remaining rows following color changes where indicated.

Row 5:  Badlands

Rows 6 – 8: Sequoia

Row 9:  Badlands

Rows 10 – 12:  Sequoia

Row 13:  Badlands

Rows:  14 – 16:  Sequoia

Row 17:  Badlands

Row 18:  Sequoia

Rows 19 – 21:  Acadia

Row 22:  Sequoia

Row 23:  Badlands

Rows 24 – 26:  Sequoia

Row 27:  Badlands

Row 28:  Sequoia

Row 29:  Acadia

Row 30:  Sequoia

Row 31:  Badlands

Row 32:  Sequoia

Row 33:  Acadia

Row 34:  Sequoia

Row 35:  Badlands

Rows 36 – 38:  Sequoia

Row 39:  Badlands

Rows 40 – 42:  Sequoia

Row 43 Badlands

Rows 44 – 46:  Sequoia

Row 47:  Badlands

Rows 48 – 50:  Sequoia

Row 51:  Badlands

Rows 52 – 54:  Sequoia

Row 55:  Badlands

Row 56:  Sequoia

Rows 57 – 59:  Acadia