Easy Crochet Wrap Icing On The Cape

Easy Crochet Wrap Icing On The Cape delicate and colorful that will, for sure, give an extra touch to the look in which you use it. Elegant, the shawl helps to warm up, as the afternoons get colder at this time of year. Even more so, when the season is changing. However, this happens when we leave the climate of heat, for the cold. And it is very important, from now on, to be prepared with beautiful pieces as is. The color is at the discretion of each one, because each person has their preference.

This recipe is very easy, as well as, quick to make, which is great and helps a lot. Plus, perfect for using the yarn you want. Also, a wonderful product for sales as it is very successful. Especially for those who have a client portfolio. That way, just offer and make with beautiful colors.

Pattern/Tutorial/Images: Stitches N Scraps

Yarn: Whims Merino Z-twist, Worsted weight yarn. 100g / 94 yds per skein.
9 charcoal skeins
2 skeins white
Hook: Size H / 5 mm crochet hook or size needed to match gauge.
Yarn Needle
2 stitch markers
3 1-inch buttons
Project Level
Easy: Basic stitches, repeating pattern, working into sides of rows, picots.

Adult – One size fits most.

Icing on the Cape Schematic
13 dc x 7 rows = 4 inches

Abbreviations used
(Pattern is written in US terms)
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
csdc = chainless starting double crochet (optional – see Recommended Resources)
ch-sp = chain space
st (s) = stitch (s)
sk = skip
RS = right side
WS = wrong side

Recommended Resources
Long Starting Chains – Tips and Tricks
Chainless Starting Double Crochet (csdc) from Moogly
Edging – Working Evenly Across / Around
Picot 2 ways


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