You can cope with chilly weather conditions (due to cool temperatures) in the winter holiday with this DIY Crochet Chevron Lace Wrap project. This item can be made with just fingering weight cotton. It will serve as a not too warm shawl during fall and spring, as well as a warm, breathable scarf during the winter season.
This Crochet Chevron Lace Wrap project is undoubtedly going to get you lots of compliments each time you wear it. It is an easy to make perfect crochet pattern that keeps you warm on chilly nights and also complete outfit to use on a night out. With a few supplies and the right steps, you can make a Crochet that can be worn as either a wrap, shawl or a scarf.
US – H, 5.0 mm hook
800 – 1000 yards of fingering weight cotton (shown: Article 984C, Honeysuckle Cotton)
Size: 68″ long and 14″ wide (To change the size, work in multiples of 20 sts)
This DIY project includes a critical two line repeat system and can take up to three weeks to finish. It can be worn anywhere in the country or carried when going on vacation.
All you need to do it is a hook and the cone of yarn, and before you know it, you are done after getting a few rows down.
As simple as this homemade product is, it still looks modern and very interesting. Just follow the DIY instructions highlighted here, and after making one, you will want to make more.
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