We love a piece that we can wear many different ways. That’s exactly what the ocean swell Mobius wrap is. Wear it as a shawl. Throw it on as a scarf. Let it drape down over a favorite shirt, and even style it off the shoulder. It’s all up to you to ride the wave.
Use the Suzette stitch to get this beautiful textured pattern that hangs easily and looks amazing, too. Pair this look with jeans and a casual necklace to dress it down, wrap it up as a scarf to keep you warm, or even layer it over a dress for a more upscale occasion.
We kept the color scheme blue because we were feeling the beach vibe, but you can feel where the water takes you when it comes to choosing a color. Any two complementary colors will even out the look of this wrap nicely. We can’t wait for you to wear it, so we also can’t wait for you to start.
Get The Ocean Swell Mobius Wrap Crochet Kit Here while it’s still available.
Skill Level: Easy/Intermediate
Hook(s) size: J/10 6mm
Yarn weight: 4 (medium)
Preferred type of yarn: Cotton
Suggested yarn: 2 skeins Universal Cotton Supreme in Powder Blue, 2 skeins Universal Cotton Supreme in Navy. Get this yarn and the digital pattern in the ocean swell mobius wrap kit we put together here.
Yarn Yardage: (Color A) Powder Blue – 360 yds,(Color B) Navy – 360 yds
Tools – scissors, tapestry needle, stitch marker
Approx. finished dimensions: Height – 20”, circumference – 40”
Gauge: 4”= 10 sts, 10.5 rows
- Fsc – foundation single crochet, ch – chain, sl/st – slip stitch, dc – double crochet, st(s) – stitch(es), sc – single crochet
- This pattern is worked in the round to avoid a seam
- Ch 1 in round 1 counts as an sc
- Use a stitch marker
- The Suzette stitch is used and explained in round 1
Fsc 118 – twist ch 180 degrees and sl/st in the bottom of the first fsc to join – 180 fsc
Round 1 – ch 1, dc into the same st. *Skip the next st, into the following st, place 1 sc and 1 dc; repeat from* around the bottom of the fsc (you will have 180 sts) Continue the same pattern across the top of the fsc until you are back at the beginning – 360 sts
Rounds 2-10 – *Place 1 sc and 1 dc into the next st, skip 1; repeat from * to end
Attach color B; tie off and cut color A
Rounds 11-22 – repeat round 2 – 360 sts
Attach color A; tie off and cut color B
Round 23 – sc in each st around – 360 sts
Round 24 – dc in each st around – 360 sts
Round 25 – dc in each st around, sl/st into the last st – 360 sts
Tie off and cut yarn, sew in any loose ends with a tapestry needle
When you’ve finished your wrap, let us know how it looks by taking a picture and sharing it. From the color, you picked down to the yarn you chose (did you check out the selection the Knitting Tree has available?) we want to know it all. Half the fun is getting to share what you’ve created. And part of that other half is getting to wear it around while strutting your stuff.
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