Shoulder wrap – crochet pattern

The shape of this small shoulder wrap reminds me of the legendary Japanese mountain Mount Fuji: an attractive volcano cone covered with snow. The subtle lace edges that will gracefully drape over your shoulders represent the snow, while the solid part of this garment would represent the forest below the snow, giving some warmth around your neck.

Shoulder wrap Fuji - fasten it at the neck with your favorite pin, or brooch. The shape of this small shoulder wrap reminds me of the legendary Japanese mountain Mount Fuji: an attractive volcano cone covered with snow. The subtle lace edges that will gracefully drape over your shoulders represent the snow, while the solid part of this garment would represent the forest below the snow, giving some warmth around your neck. Suitable for both women and men. This garment is designed for wearing over one shoulder. If you love asymmetrical decorative accessories this wrap will be fun to make and wear. Fasten it at the neck with your favorite pin, or brooch.

Suitable for both women and men. This garment is designed for wearing over one shoulder. If you love asymmetric accessories this wrap will be fun to make and wear. Fasten it at the neck with your favorite pin, or brooch.

Detailed PATTERN for this crochet wrap is available here:

www.etsy.com/listing/154192324/crochet-wrap-pattern-unisex

www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/shoulder-wrap-fuji

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You will receive:

â–ş detailed tutorial in ENGLISH for every row;

â–ş HQ diagrams;

â–ş written explanation of all rows is included as well (in case you are not used to work with the crochet charts).

Measurements: wingspan 100 cm/39.5’’; height at centre is 37 cm/14.5’’.

Yarn: DK / 8 ply / 290 m in 100 gr / 317 yards in 3.5 oz.

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Shoulder wrap Fuji - fasten it at the neck with your favorite pin, or brooch.– crochet tutorial with blurred charts (for preview).

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One-skein DIAGONAL SEASHELLS (pattern)

While searching through my stash I came across a nice turquoise 100 % wool yarn without a label. I forgot where it came from – maybe I took last skein from a local shop many years ago or someone else gave it to me because they do not want it anymore. I love this colour because it gives a nice bluish shade to my grey eyes.

Several years ago I’ve utilized lots of wool skeins and several old pullovers in this big carpet:

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It has about 70 different colours, but my turquoise wool has a pretty intensive colour and it can not be paired with anything. Some day it had to be used before moths realized it was waiting for them : ). So, to prevent it I’ve made this Crochet wrap Diagonal Seashells – another project that helps to finish one yarn-skein:

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Detailed PATTERN for this crochet wrap can be downloaded from here: One-skein DIAGONAL SEASHELLS wrap

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Knit shoulder warmer in Shetland lace technique – PATTERN

Every crafter has once in a while the same question: what to do with leftover bits of yarn? Very small pieces of matching colours can be used for creating one-of-a-kind garments like this top: https://conceptcreativeblog.wordpress.com/2013/06/18/avantgarde/

A great way to get rid of one 50 gram-ball (1.75 oz-ball) of thin wool or wool/acrylic yarn is knitting something in Shetland lace technique:

Every crafter has once in a while the same question: what to do with leftover bits of yarn? A great way to get rid of one 50 gram-ball (1.75 oz-ball) of thin wool or wool/acrylic yarn is knitting something in Shetland lace technique.

Every crafter has once in a while the same question: what to do with leftover bits of yarn?

Wear this infinity scarf as a Shoulder warmer or a Shrug during chilly summer evenings or as Neck warmer in winter – all ways look interesting. It doesn’t weigh much, so you can always put in a bag just in case you feel cold in the evening.

Yarn usage is quite economical which will be important when using some expensive fibres. This garment weighs 45 gram (1.6 oz) only and fits sizes S/M.  For bigger sizes you will  need 10-20 gram more – knit it till the garment fits your shoulders and does not slip down.  I’d recommend using wool or wool/acrylic as silk or rayon will tend to get down and not stay over the shoulders.

FREE PATTERN can be downloaded from here: Infinity-Knit-Wrap-Tutorial

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I kindly ask you not to publish this pattern on your websites or claim as your own, but please feel free to share this link http://conceptcreative.store/free-download-knit-wrap-infinity-knit-tutorial/ with your friends.

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