Parisian Hug Wrap
I’m so excited to share the Parisian Hug Wrap / Shawl with you! It’s so luxurious and easy to wear and has become my favorite winter accessory! The pattern is designed in a lacy loose stitch to let the yarn shine. It’s a basic triangle which allows for many wearing configurations – tie it at one shoulder, tie it in the back and let the v hand in the front, slip one end through one of the lacy openings, hold it in place with a decorative pin and more!
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Thank you to Suzie’s Yarn Emporium for providing this lovely Bergere de France, Eclair yarn. Browse through Suzies’s shop for lots of crochet and knit goodies, including books, yarns, hooks (more on this later) and more. She is lovely to work with and ships super quick too!
This yarn is a sumptuous blend of acrylic (74%), mohair(14%), wool (9%) with a touch of metallic thread (3%) throughout. It is soft and pleasant to wear against the skin. The yarn is listed as a bulky weight but I found it to be closer to a typical worsted weight. It works up beautifully in accessories, but I’ve got visions of a lovely sweater too!
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Size: 56” x 20”
- Bergere de France Éclair, 3 balls, I used color Neige. This yarn is listed as a bulky, however, I found it worked up more like a worsted weight. Each ball is 115 yards.
- Hook US J/6.00 mm
- Tapestry Needle
Gauge: Gauge is not critical in this pattern, but I got 4 Shells x 5 rows = approximately 6”
dc: double crochet
hdc: half double crochet
sc: single crochet
sl st: slip stitch
tr: treble crochet
CL (Cluster) = *Yarn over (YO) twice, insert hook in designated st, YO and pull a loop through (4 loops on hook), [YO, pull through two loops] two times (two loops on hook)*; working in the same st, repeat between * (3 loops on hook); YO pull through all 3 loops at once. Note: this is like completing a 2 tr up to the last two loops each and then pulling yarn through the final three loops.
Shell = (CL, ch3, CL) in the same st.
- Pattern written in US Standard terms
- Weave ends as you work.
- Stitch count is in ( ) at the end of the round.
Row 1: Ch126, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch to end. (125 sc)
Row 2: Ch3, [tr, ch3, CL] in first st, [skip 3, Shell in next st], repeat between [ ] to end. (32 Shells)
Row 3: TURN (do not ch1), sl st in next 3 chs, sl st in next 2 CL, sl st into next ch3 space, [ch3, tr, ch3, CL] in same ch3 space, Shell in each ch3 space until there is one left. (30 Shells)
Rows 4 to 16: Repeat Row 3. (4 Shells)
Row 17: TURN, sl st in next 3 chs, sl st in next 2 CL, sl st into next ch3 space, [ch3, tr, ch1, CL] in same ch3 space, [CL, ch1, CL] in ch3 space of last Shell. Do NOT fasten off (Figure 1). (2 Shells)
You will be working around all three sides of the wrap, I’ve separated each round into 3 sections to indicate the different sides. Join each round with a sl st to the first st of the round.
Round 1: Ch1 (Do not turn), sc in last ch1 space made in Row 17, *ch5, sc in ch3 space of last Shell in new Row*, repeat between * to ch3 space of last Shell in Row 2 (Figure 2);
ch5, place st marker in last ch made, ch3; working along Row 1, sc in each st to end (Figure 3); ch4, place st marker in last ch made, ch4 (Figure 4).;
working down side of wrap, **sc in ch3 space of next Shell, ch5**, repeat between ** to ch3 space of Shell in Row 16, sc in first ch1 space in Row 17, join to first sc (Figures 5 & 6).
Round 2: Ch1, sc in same st, *[hdc, dc, 2tr, dc, hdc] in next ch5 space, sc in next sc*, repeat between * to last Shell (Row 2), [hdc, dc, 2 tr, dc, hdc] in chs space up to the st marker, ch1,
sc in next ch (the one with the st marker), 3 sc in next ch3 space, sc in each sc across top, 3sc in ch3 space before next st marker,
[sc, ch1, hdc] in st with st marker, [dc, 2tr, dc, hdc] in next ch space, sc in next sc, *[hdc, dc, 2tr, dc, hdc] in next ch5 space, sc in next sc*, repeat between * to last sc, [hdc, dc, 3tr, dc, hdc] in last ch5 space, join.
Round 3: Sl st in each st to next tr, ch3, [sl st in next 7 sts, ch3], repeat between [ ] to last tr on the first side, sl st in next 3 sts, (sc, ch1, sc) in ch1 space;
working across top, [sc in next st, ch2, sc in next st], repeat between [ ] to last sc before ch1 space;
[sc, ch1, sc] in ch1 space, sl st in each st to next tr, [ch3, sl st in next 7 sts], repeat between [ ] to last shell before point, ch3, sl st in next 8 sts, ch3, sl st in same st, sl st in each st to end, join to first sl st. Fasten off.
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