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Féile – Easy Crochet Wrap Free Pattern

April 15, 2020

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Féile is a Free Pattern for an Easy Crochet Wrap that can be worn as an elegant shawl draped on your shoulders, or as a cozy scarf. It is made in glorious rich colours that I had in my stash – mainly orange and turquoise that perfectly compliment each other! This easy to wear rectangular shawl is worked in a four-row repeat crochet pattern, and it’s easy to customize for your perfect size.

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This wrap will fit any size and makes a gorgeous statement piece to wear anytime – use your favourite shawl pin to pin at the shoulder for a special occasion. This stunning easy crochet wrap is a beginner-friendly pattern and includes a helpful crochet chart.

Yarn for a Crochet Wrap

You can use the recommended yarn or any similar weight yarn to make this wrap. You can choose a DK weight cake yarn or a random mix of colours – it is a great stashbuster! You can make the wrap wider by adding more chains to the foundation row, or add more rows to make it wider – easily customized.

I used Scheepjes River Washed, a Sports Weight yarn with a beautiful halo, that I had in my stash. My wrap used a total of 350g of yarn. The colours blend so well together and I encourage you to have fun playing with your yarn leftovers!

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Scheepjes River Washed – Sports Weight/50g/130m/78% Cotton/28% Acrylic

  • 1 ball each in Seine (A), Avon (B), Mersey (C), Rhine (D), Tiber (E), Congo (F), Danube (G), Severn (H)
  • 4.5mm Crochet Hook, or size required to get gauge

You can use approx. 1000m of any sports weight/DK weight yarn or yarn weight of your choice and matching hook. 

You can use any combination of colours for your yarns but if you want to create a similar one, the colours for each row are listed below in pattern


72” in length x 18” in width [83 x 46 cm]


4” [10cm] = 3 pattern repeats and 9 rows in pattern

Read on for Instructions and you can purchase an INEXPENSIVE Printable PDF of the pattern in US or UK Crochet Terms on Ravelry

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The Free pattern below is in US Crochet Terms

Notes (read carefully)

  • You can plan a stripe pattern with your colours, or choose them randomly. I have included a list of the colours I used if you wish to make a similar wrap
  • Pattern uses US crochet terms, and you can find UK terms in Abbreviations
  • Stitch Multiple for foundation row is a multiple of 6 ch plus 4
  • Gauge is not important. To achieve a light drape tension, I suggest make a swatch of the first 5 rows and see what hook size works best for you.
  • The size of the wrap is easily adjustable. Add or subtract chains in the foundation row to a multiple of 6.
  • You can adjust the width by crocheting fewer or more rows of the repeat. Be aware your yarn amount may change.
  • The wrap has a long starting chain. You may find it helpful to add a stitch marker after every 50 chains to help you keep count.


US Crochet Terms

Sc        single crochet

Dc        double crochet

Ch        chain

Rep      repeat

Beg      beginning

Sp        space

UK Crochet Terms

Dc        double crochet

Tr        treble crochet

Ch        chain

Rep      repeat

Beg      beginning

Sp        space

Special Stitches

V-Stitch (v-st): [1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc] in indicated stitch/space

Easy Crochet Wrap Pattern Instructions

Using 4.5mm hook chain 292

Foundation Set up Row: V-st (see special stitches) in 4th ch from hook (skipped 3 ch counts as 1 dc), skip 2 ch, 1 sc in next ch, * skip 2 ch, [v-st, ch 2, v-st] in next ch, skip 2 ch, 1 sc in next ch; rep from * across until 3 ch remain, skip 2 ch, [v-st, 1 dc] in last ch, turn.

Row 1: Ch 1 (does not count as a st here and throughout), 1 sc in 1st st at base of ch 1, * ch 2, 1 dc in next sc, ch 2, 1 sc in next ch-2 sp; rep from * across, ending with last sc in top of beg ch 3, turn.

Row 2: Ch 1, 1 sc in 1st st, * (v-st, ch 2, v-st) in next dc, 1 sc in next sc; rep from * across, turn.

Row 3: Ch 5 (counts as 1 dc, ch 2), * 1 sc in next ch-2 sp, ch 2, 1 dc in next sc, ch 2; rep from * across, ending with 1 dc in last st, turn.

Row 4: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc here and throughout), v-st in 1st st at base of ch 3, * 1 sc in next sc, (v-st, ch 2, v-st) in next dc; rep from * across, ending with [v-st, 1 dc] in 3rd ch of beg ch 5, turn.

Rows 5 – 40: Repeat rows 1 – 4 changing colours as above or using your own colour combination. Fasten off.


 Weave in all loose ends. You may like to block your wrap. Soak in lukewarm water and gently wring in a towel. Lay project out to finished size and pull gently into shape. Pin in place and leave to dry.

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Crochet Chart


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    June 8, 2020 at 12:48 pm


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    Bambi Hamilton
    December 18, 2020 at 7:54 pm

    Just starting this, I’m looking forward to seeing the finished product. Thank you for sharing your pattern.

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    December 27, 2020 at 3:25 pm

    I made this as a Christmas present. Loved the pattern, ended more as a scarf than a shawl. Thanks for a lovely pattern.

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    Gillian Fardey
    November 24, 2021 at 6:47 pm

    Hi Carmen , just bought the PDF version on Ravelry – so when i finish my other million projects i can’t wait 🙂

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