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Lost and Found crochet wrap pattern

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Lost and found crochet wrap pattern

The Lost and Found crochet wrap is a one piece rectangular crochet wrap. We believe that every crocheter needs a shawl like this in their spring/summer collection. 

This is a downloadable crochet pattern that will be available after you have completed checkout. However, if you do have any issues, you can send us an email.  

The inspiration for this shawl came as soo  as I saw Rusty Ferret’s ‘Depressed as Shit’ collection of colourways. This is a shawl made with 4ply weight yarn. As a result of using 4ply, it will drape beautifully. If you are feeling like a mindless, soothing project is what you need, look no further than the Lost and Found wrap.

We love this design for several reasons, some of which are:

  • It's an easy crochet shawl pattern. Win win!
  • It's perfect for beginners and advanced crocheters alike. 
  • Adjustable. You can make it longer or shorter, wider or narrower. We im to please. 
  • The reptitition in the pattern is soothing but not too mindless.
  • The shape is versatile and makes a great wardrobe staple.
What yarn do I need? 

You can use any 4ply yarn for this, in any fibre. You will need to be able to make a double crochet stitch for this rectangular shawl. We used a merino nylon sock base. As you only need two skeins, it makes a great stash buster. Why not mix it up and use several colours for stripes? 

The beauty of this rectangular shape is that you can adjust it to be wider or narrower. Swing over you shoulders to keep out the summer evening chill or wrap around your neck like a stylish lace scarf. You can wear it so many ways! 

US crochet terms are used throughout.
  • Rusty Ferret Doll Sock Base in I Feel Lost. 4ply/fingering 425m /464yds100g 75% superwash Merino, 25% Nylon. 2 skeins. 
  • 3.5mm crochet hook. 

Gauge: 

16 dc 12 rows per 4”/10cm square using a 3.5mm crochet hook. Always check gauge to ensure success.