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The Coffee Shop Wrap – Free Crochet Pattern



I’ve been busy working away at new ideas to share with you all and I’m so excited to bring to you The Coffee Shop Wrap! Until now most of my patterns have been blankets but I’m really enjoying making things to wear (but secretly they’re still just blankets sewn together so I can kid myself that I’m in my comfort zone!)

The pattern is free here on this post or you can buy an ad free, printable PDF of the pattern for £2 here.

Learn to crochet the Coffee Shop Wrap with a free crochet poncho pattern

The Wrap:

The Coffee Shop Wrap is the simplest thing to make, just a beautiful great big rectangle of yarn that’s seamed on the last row to create the shoulder and a cowl neckline. It uses a combination of double treble, double crochet and slip stitches (US treble and single crochet) to create a really unusual texture and sumptuous drape. It really does feel like it’s giving you a great big hug when it’s on.

The Yarn:

I used some seriously squishy yarn for this – Rico Essentials Alpaca Blend Chunky which is 50% Acrylic, 30% Wool, 20% Alpaca, 50g/90m

You will need 1 ball each of:

Powder 004

Beige 002

Light Grey 006

Medium Grey 007

Camel 016

You can buy the whole yarn pack and pattern together over at Deramores and save 10% by following the link below!

Awin Leader Hannah Cross V005

Learn to crochet the Coffee Shop Wrap with a free crochet poncho pattern

Materials:

Along with the yarn you will also need:

An 8mm/L crochet hook

Needle

Scissors

Finished Size:

One size fits all: the wrap measures 58cm by 50cm but is easy to adapt to any size you like by working a few more rows to get the desired length.

Tension:

12st and 8 rows = 10cm by 10cm

Learn to crochet the Coffee Shop Wrap with a free crochet poncho pattern

Glossary/Abbreviations: Standard UK terms (Standard US terms)

ch(s) – chain(s)

sk – skip

RS – right side

rep – repeat

st(s) – stitches

BL – back loop

FL – front loop

ss – slip stitch

dc – double crochet (sc – single crochet)

dtr – double treble (treble)

Pattern Notes:
  • The ch1/3 at the beginning of a row does not count as a stitch.
  • When working the last row make sure you leave a tail long enough to seam up the shoulder. (Less ends to sew in!)

Learn to crochet the Coffee Shop Wrap with a free crochet poncho pattern

Pattern:

Standard UK terms/US terms in italics

Foundation chain: Using Powder, ch142 [can be any even multiple]

Row 1:dc/sc in 2nd ch from hook and each to end [141]

Row 2: ch1, ss in FL of each

Row 3: ch3, dtr/tr in Bl of each, change to Beige

Row 4: ch1, ss in FL of each

Row 5: ch1, dc/sc in BL of each

Row 6: ch1, ss in FL of each

Row 7: ch3, dtr/tr in Bl of each, change to Light Grey

Rows 4-7 create the pattern

Rows 8-11: Rep pattern in Light Grey

Rows 12-15: Rep pattern in Medium Grey

Rows 16-19: Rep pattern in Mocha, change to Powder at end of Row 19

Row 20: ch1, ss in FL of each

Row 21: ch1, dc/sc in BL of each

Row 22: ch1, ss in FL of each

Row 23: ch1, htr/hdc, *ch1, sk1, htr/hdc, rep from * to end

Rows 20-23 create new pattern

Rows 24-27: Rep pattern in Light Grey

Rows 28-31: Rep pattern in Medium Grey

Rows 32-35: Rep pattern in Mocha

Turn as if to work another row, ss seam 35 of the beginning and end of Row 35 to create poncho neck. This leaves 71st for neck.

To make the longer version, repeat Rows 20-35 again before joining for neck.

Photo Tutorial:

Awin Leader Hannah Cross V004

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