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Pineapple Stitch Wrap – Free Crochet Pattern

February 13, 2018

I really enjoyed designing and crocheting this light lacy shawl with the beautiful yarn Manos del Uruguay Serena. So soft and squishy! I hope you love this Free Crochet pattern for a Pineapple Stitch wrap with an easy 4-row repeat pattern.

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Make sure you have a read through the Notes section before you start the pattern. You can use any Sports-weight yarn, or yarn weight of your choice. If you choose a Fingering weight yarn, you will need most of 2 skeins (approx. 700m)

The pattern is written in US crochet terms.

Scroll down for all the information you need to make this gorgeous Pineapple stitch wrap. Look at the beautiful stitch details!

You might also enjoy this One Skein shawl Flora Shawl

Materials

Yarn: Sport Weight  Shade A: 434 metres /475 yards  Shade B: 93 metres/102yards  Shade C: 46 metres/50 yards

Shown in: Manos del Uruguay Serena (60% Baby Alpaca, 40% Pima Cotton; 155 metres/170 yards/50g)

  • Option 1: S2302 English – 3 balls (Yarn A)/S2110 Zinnia – 1 ball(Yarn B)/S2133 Seashell – 1 ball(Yarn C)
  • Option 2: S2444 Harbour – 3 balls (Yarn A)/S2550 Seal – 1 ball(Yarn B)/S2318 Glacier – 1 ball(Yarn C)

Hook: 4mm crochet hook

Notions: Tapestry needle

Size

Finished measurements(after blocking)

Width – 64″ (163cm)

Height – 26″ (66cm)

Tension

Specific tension is not necessary for this wrap however, you want your wrap to drape well once finished so I suggest you use a size larger hook.

Special Stitches

Cluster Shell – (dc2tog, ch 2, dc2tog)

Fan – (1 tr, ch 1, 1 tr, ch 1, 1 tr, ch 1, 1 tr, ch 1, 1 tr)

Pattern notes

  • The pattern is written in US crochet terms
  • This design has a long starting chain which can be a bit daunting! Placing stitch markers every 50 chains can be very helpful to keep stitch count on the foundation chain
  • Concentration is required for the first few rows, and once 4-row pattern repeat is established, relax and enjoy.
  • The pattern requires 12 sts for each repeat, plus 5 sts. You can make a scarf or a wrap in any size using this pattern. Keep in mind that the piece will grow after blocking.
  • Be sure to select a lovely light yarn for making your Anann Wrap.  The Serena from Manos del Uruguay is soft and light with a very delicate handle. Fingering Weight yarn would work well.

Instructions for Pineapple Stitch Crochet Wrap

With Yarn A, ch 245.

Foundation Row : 1 dc into 5th ch from hook (counts as 1 dc, ch 1,1 dc) * ch 3, skip next 4 ch, 1 sc in next ch, ch 3, skip next ch, 1 sc in next ch, ch 3, skip next 4 ch, (dc2tog, ch 2, dc2tog) (cluster shell made) in next ch; repeat from * ending last repeat with (1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc) in last ch, turn.

Row 1 : Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc, ch 1 here and throughout)) make 1 dc in first st * ch 1, skip next ch 3, 1 tr in next ch-3 space, then work [ch 1,1 tr] 4 times in same ch-3 space (fan made), ch 1, skip next ch 3, cluster shell (see special stitches) in next ch-3 space; repeat from * ending last repeat with [1d c, ch 1, 1 dc) in 3rd ch of t-ch from previous row.

Row 2 : Ch 4, make 1 dc in first st, * ch 1, skip next ch 1, 1 sc in next ch-1 space, [ch 3, 1 sc in next ch-1 space] 3 times, ch 1, skip next ch 1, cluster shell in next ch-3 space;  repeat from * ending last repeat with [1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc) in 3rd ch of t-ch.

Row 3 : Ch 4, make 1 dc in first st, * ch 2, skip next ch 1, 1 sc in next ch-3 space, [ch 3, 1 sc in next ch-3 space] twice, ch 2, skip next ch 1, cluster shell in next ch-3 space;  repeat from * ending last repeat with [1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc) in 3rd ch of t-ch.

Row 4 : Ch 4,  make 1 dc in first st, * ch 3, skip next ch 2, 1 sc in next ch-3 space, ch 3, 1 sc in next ch-3 space, ch 3, skip next ch 2, cluster shell in next ch-3 space;  repeat from * ending last repeat with [1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc) in 3rd ch of t-ch.

Repeat rows 1-4 for lace pattern.

Crochet a total of 9 pattern repeats, ending on row 3. Fasten off Yarn A and join in Yarn B.

Starting with row 4 of pattern, continue with Yarn B for a total of 8 rows, ending on row 3.

Fasten off Yarn B, and join in Yarn C.

Work row 4 of pattern, and then work row 1 and row 2 once more. Fasten off Yarn C.

Finishing

Weave in all threads. Pin wrap to desired size, gently stretching to open lace pattern. Spray liberally with water, and leave to dry completely.

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If you make this pattern, be sure to tag me in your photos so I can see it too, @anniedesigncrochet or #anniedesigncrochet or #annanwrap – I can’t wait to see what colors you use with this pattern!

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  • Reply
    Sandra Jump
    July 7, 2019 at 9:09 pm

    Hello,
    I hope you can help me. In the written pattern the double crochet cluster reads: Double crochet together, chain 2, then dc together. When I looked over the chart, there are three chains in the dc cluster stitch. Is it two chains or three chains? I was hoping to make this wrap for our daughter for her wedding day. Is there a video that is available?
    Thank you for your prompt reply.
    Sandra

    • Reply
      [email protected]
      July 8, 2019 at 11:03 am

      Hi Sandra! You are correct, the hand drawn chart has 3 chains and the written pattern has 2 chains. I appreciate you pointing this out to me. It was so long ago I wrote that pattern and I must update it straightaway! I used 3 chains (as in the chart) for the original shawl I made but I have also made a version using 2 chains which was lovely too. Cluster Shell – (dc2tog, ch3, dc2tog). I hope that helps and feel free to email me if I can help in any other way. It will be a beautiful shawl!

  • Reply
    Sandra Jump
    July 8, 2019 at 4:16 pm

    Hello Carmen! Thank you so very much for your reply. Very kind of you to be so responsive. I think I will crochet from the chart as I am a much better visual crocheter as I learned to crochet st age 7. I am sure my daughter will love the shawl. Blessings to you. Sandra

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      [email protected]
      July 8, 2019 at 4:34 pm

      Thats great Sandra! It will be a wonderful gift for your daughter:)

  • Reply
    Sandra Jump
    July 8, 2019 at 8:08 pm

    Hello Carmen –
    I just need to double check that the stitch repeat of 12 plus 5 is the same for both the written pattern and the chart.
    With many thanks,
    Sandra

    • Reply
      [email protected]
      July 8, 2019 at 10:14 pm

      Hi Sandra, I haven’t access to the pattern notes at the moment but that sounds correct!

  • Reply
    Sandra
    January 10, 2020 at 3:55 pm

    Hello Carmen,
    I have been meaning to contact you and let you know my daughter was speechless when she opened the box and saw the shawl. It came out beautifully. Thank you for your support. I told all my family and friends about the design and designer. I did make a bit of a modification and added lace edging to both ends to add some length. I used Cloudborn washable merino and it was a dream to work with and not one knot in the four skeins I used. I posted pictures on Ravelry. In all the hustle and bustle of the wedding I didn’t get a picture of my daughter wearing the shawl. There was a bit of drama when the shawl (in a beautiful gift box with a card addressed to my daughter from me, was “mistakenly” taken by the bride from the next wedding at the same venue. The other couple went on their honeymoon and didn’t let anyone or the venue know they had the shawl. To make a long story short, the venue to their credit and persevere, retrieved the shawl, box and my note. All is well that ends well – as the saying goes.
    Many thanks, Carmen. You patterns are perfection and are definitely my favorite!
    Warmly,
    Sandra

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      [email protected]
      January 10, 2020 at 10:35 pm

      Hi Sandra! Oh my goodness, the shawl is beautiful! I went straight to Ravelry to see it. The yarn is perfect with lovely stitch definition, it really shows off the pattern. Thank you so much for your kind words….they mean the world to me. I was so happy that you were making it for your daughter’s wedding, that was very exciting for me! And I really enjoyed chatting to you by email:) I am so glad that you managed to retrieve the shawl…now that would have been a sorry tale! Thank you again, and it is lovely that I had a small part in your daughter’s special day xx

  • Reply
    Mady Shipton
    February 2, 2020 at 2:27 pm

    Hi Carmen,
    I have a copy of this pattern that I peinted out but forgot to print out the chart and now cannot find it anywhere. Can you help me please?
    Best wishes,
    Mady

    • Reply
      [email protected]
      February 2, 2020 at 9:45 pm

      I am not sure there was a chart with it Mady? I will have a look on my computer to see if I still have a hand drawn one somewhere in my files!

  • Reply
    Sandra Jump
    February 3, 2020 at 1:28 am

    Hello Carmen,

    I just read Mady’s request and I have a pdf of the chart. I would be happy to email it to you as an attachment to your email address. I’ll give it a try.

    Warm regards,
    Sandra

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    Sandra Jump
    February 3, 2020 at 1:43 am

    Hi Carmen,

    I just sent you a jpg and pdf of the chart for the Annan shawl via your email address.

    Hope all is well with you.

    Warm regards,
    Sandra

    • Reply
      [email protected]
      February 3, 2020 at 9:35 am

      Thank you so much Sandra!! I just received your email. The original chart is not available any more and I didn’t have a copy saved. I will send it to Mady now:)

  • Reply
    Mady Shipton
    February 3, 2020 at 10:27 am

    Hi Carmen and Sandra,
    Thank you both so much, this is brill!
    Best wishes,
    Mady

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