The Crochet Le Nuage Wrap is one of my favorite patterns from last spring so I’m bringing it back in a new fall feature!
You might remember this pattern from when I first posted it here on the blog earlier this year. This post holds the same pattern, showing you a bit of a different way to style it!
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I used Lion Brand’s new Feels Like Butta yarn for this project and it was definitely the right choice! It’s the softest yarn I’ve ever felt and it truly does feel like butta – honest!
So what type of fiber is so soft? Polyester. (I know, I was surprised too!) When I think of polyester I think of something plasticky and, well, cheap. I was so surprised to learn that Butta is 100% polyester and has the smoothest, softest hand I’ve felt. This yarn feels sort of like chenille and sort of like suede. A lot of polyester chenille-style yarns shred and lose their fuzziness as you work with it and it’s kept me away from yarns like this in the past, but Feels Like Butta does none of that!
It was perfect for this wrap that’s got loads of bobble stitches as well as open skipped stitches, so the chainette style spin of the yarn lends itself to wonderful stitch definition. It really takes this entire design to the next level!
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13 Dc sts = 4″
7 Rows = 4″
Gauge is not extremely important as this wrap will still fit if gauge is slightly off.
82″ x 36″ (without tassels)
-Difficulty level: 2/Beginner+
-For reference, model is 5’5” tall
-You can adjust the length/width of this pattern by adding or removing rows of the pattern repeat as you wish
Abbreviations (US terms):
bo – bobble
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
rep – repeat
sc – single crochet
sk – skip
st(s) – stitch(es)
t – turn
Bobble Stitch – Yarn Over (YO), insert hook in next stitch, YO, pull up a loop, YO, pull through two loops
(YO, insert hook in same stitch, YO, pull up a loop, YO, pull through two loops) two times
YO, and draw through all loops on hook.
Le Nuage Wrap
Ch 4, sl st to 1st Ch to form a ring (or use magic ring technique), Ch 2
Row 1: 2 Dc, Ch 2, 2 Dc into ring, Ch 2, t (4)
Row 2: 2 Dc in 1st st, Dc to Ch 2 space, (Dc, Ch 2, Dc) into Ch 2 space, Dc to last, 2 Dc in last st, Ch 2, t (8)
Row 3: 2 Dc in 1st st, Ch 1, sk 1, *Dc, Ch 1, sk 1, rep from * to Ch 2 space, (Dc, Ch 2, Dc) into Ch 2 space, Ch 1, sk 1, *Dc, Ch 1, sk1, rep from * to last st, 2 Dc in last st, Ch 2, t (12)
Row 4: 2 Dc, Dc in each st to Ch 2 space, (Dc, Ch 2, Dc) into Ch 2 space, Dc to last st, 2 Dc in last st, Ch 1, t (16)
Row 5: 2 Sc, Sc, Bo, Sc next 3 sts, Bo, Sc, (Sc, Ch 2, Sc) into Ch 2 space, Sc, Bo, Sc next 3 sts, Bo, Sc, 2 Sc in last st, Ch 2, t (20)
Row 6: 2 Dc, Dc in each st to Ch 2 space, (Dc, Ch 2, Dc) into Ch 2 space, Dc to last st, 2 Dc in last st, Ch 2, t (24)
Row 7: 2 Dc, *Ch 1, sk 1, Dc, rep from * to Ch 2 space, (Dc, Ch 2, Dc) into Ch 2 space, Ch 1, sk 1, *Dc, Ch 1, sk 1, rep from * to last st, 2 Dc in last st, Ch 2, t (28)
Row 8: 2 Dc, Dc in each st to Ch 2 space, (Dc, Ch 2, Dc) into Ch 2 space, Dc to last st, 2 Dc in last st, Ch 1, t (32)
Row 9: 2 Sc, Sc, *Bo, Sc next 3 sts, rep from * to last 2 sts before Ch 2 space, Bo, Sc, (Sc, Ch 2, Sc) into Ch 2 space, Sc, Bo, *Sc next 3 sts, Bo, rep from * to last 2 sts, Sc, 2 Sc in last st, Ch 2, t (36)
Rows 10-61: Repeat Rows 6-9
Rows 62: Repeat Row 6, end with a Ch 1
Row 63: Sc in each to Ch 2 space, 2 Sc into Ch 2 space, Sc remaining sts, finish off, weave ends.
Make 2 chubby tassels using the video tutorial or written instructions below.
Cut 3 spare pieces of yarn each ~10 inches long.
Slip looped yarn off the book maintaining the shape, thread a spare piece of yarn through the loop and tie in a tight knot to secure.
Tie another spare piece of yarn ~1″ below 1st tie. Wrap tails to secure.
Tie last spare piece of yarn ~1″ below 2nd tie. Wrap tails to secure.
Tie tassels onto either end of the wrap and use ends to secure and weave ends.
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