Bonfire Wrap Crochet Pattern

This luxurious crochet wrap gives me all the fall feels! It is the perfect accessory for long autumn strolls, and outdoor coffee dates with friends. And, I did my very best to make this pattern beginner friendly too. If you have experience with the basic crochet stitches (ch, sc, hdc, dc, tr), then crocheting this shawl will be a breeze! I added row by row photos as well so that you can see if you’re on the right track.

This time I used Knit Picks (We Crochet) City Tweed Aran/HW yarn. All I can say is that this blend of Alpaca and Merino fibres is the ultimate in luxury. My shawl ended up being not only warm, but crazy soft – when I wear it, I feel like I’m being wrapped in a warm hug!


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Bonfire Wrap Crochet Pattern

Materials:

Finished Size:

Finished shawl measures:  16” (top to bottom before adding tassels) X 82 (side to side)”.

Abbreviations:

CH: Chain.

SC: Single Crochet.

HDC: Half Double Crochet.

DC: Double Crochet.

TR: Treble (Triple) Crochet

Pattern:

Note: I’ve included photos of each row (starting at Row 2).  It’s a great idea to practice first on a small swatch of 24 stitches before you get started on the full size.

Chain 201 (or a multiple of 3 if you’d like to alter the length or practice on a small swatch). 

Row 1 (back side): HDC in third ch from hook, HDC in each remaining ch; CH2, turn. 

Row 2 (front): HDC in back loop only of each hdc; CH1, turn.

Rows 3. SC in first hdc, *CH5, skip next 2 hdc, SC in next hdc; repeat from * to last three hdc; CH2, skip two hdc, DC in last hdc; CH1, turn.

Row 4: SC in dc; *CH5, SC in next ch5 space; repeat from * to end of row.   After last rep, CH2, TR in last sc; CH5, turn.

Row 5: *2DC in next ch5 space, CH1; repeat from * to last ch5 space; 2DC in last ch5 space; TR in last sc; CH2, turn.

Row 6: HDC in tr, *HDC in next two dc, HDC in next ch; repeat from * to last 2 DC, HDC in each DC, HDC in first 4 ch of turning chain. CH2, Turn.

Row 7: HDC in each hdc; repeat from * to end of row.  CH2, turn.

Repeat rows 2-7 four more times.  On the very last repeat of row 7, HDC in front bar of each hdc instead of working a regular HDC. 

Finishing Instructions:

Fasten off and weave in all loose ends.

Attach tassels to bottom edge of shawl by cutting 7” long strands of yarn and looping them through the space between each stitch.

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4 thoughts on “Bonfire Wrap Crochet Pattern

  1. I really like this pattern. I’m not sure 29″ is long enough, though. The 24″ is plenty wide enough. So I’ll use the multiples of 3 to make it long enough for me. Beautiful!

    1. I’m sorry that was a typo! I just updated the measurements. They are: Finished shawl measures: 16” (top to bottom before adding tassels) X 82 (side to side)”.

  2. Hello, this is a beautiful shawl pattern you have created.it is easy to crochet and goes very quickly.
    I had a variety pak of soft blues in cotton thread and I adjusted my stitches and hook size to gauge,it is working up beautifully!I plan on making 5,6 of them as Christmas gifts.
    Thank you for a very nice pattern,I think it is one of the best I have seen and very pretty when worked up in varied colors.

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