Coral Glam Wrap Pattern

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Free Coral Glam Wrap Pattern

Coral Glam Wrap Pattern

  • Yarn: Patons Glam Stripes (Color – Coral) (2 balls). Sport / Fine Weight Yarn [2]. 60 g; 239 m (261 yds). 90% Acrylic, 10% Metallic. Machine wash, gentle. Dry flat. Texture: Chained
  • Hook: 4.5 mm (7)
  • Length: ~72 inches (plus 2.5 inches on each end for the corkscrew fringe) = 77 inches
  • Width: 10 inches


  • st – stitch
  • sts – stitches
  • ch – chain
  • sc – single crochet
  • dc – double crochet
  • tch – turning chain
  • ch sp – chain space
  • ch3sp – chain 3 space
  • * to * – repeat the instructions between the * to * as indicated

Stitch Multiple: Multiple of 6 sts + 9

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R1: Ch 64, beginning in the 4th ch from the hook (the skipped sts count as the 1st dc), 1 dc in each of the next 2 ch sts, ch 3, skip 3 ch sts, *1 dc in each of the next 3 ch sts, ch 3, skip 3 ch sts*; repeat from * to * across to the last ch st of the row, 1 dc in the last ch st, turn

R2: ch 3 (this counts as a dc now and throughout), 2 dc in the 1st ch3sp, *ch 3, 3 dc in the next ch3sp*; repeat from * to * across to the last 3 dc sts, ch 3, 1 dc in the top of the tch (remember we are treating this tch as the 1st dc of the previous row)

Repeat R2: 136 times or until you reach the length you desire

Finish off and weave in ends.

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This is a very simple edging, although it does take a little bit of time to complete.

Join your yarn with a single crochet join to the 1st dc (of a set of 3 dc sts)

You will now work across the bottom/top edges.

Work the following sequence of stitches into every dc stitch (and tch):

  • 1 sc, ch 20; now work back along the 20 ch sts beginning in the 2nd ch st from your hook > crochet 2 sc in each ch st

Work the following sequence into every ch3sp:

  • 3 sc

Repeat this across. In each dc st you will have a corkscrew and in each ch3sp you will have 3 sc sts.

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  1. Hi Brenda, it would be a bit bigger and a bit heavier if worked in Worsted Weight Yarn – I would recommend the same hook size as called for on the yarn label. The Paton’s Glam Yarn was a Sport Weight [2] yarn. There would be larger spaces between the stitch sets too. You could make it the same size though using the stitch multiple provided if you like how the stitches look in the Medium Weight Yarn. All the best, Rhondda

  2. How would this pattern work in a worsted weight yarn?
    Thank you for your time and the pattern! It is beautiful!

  3. Very pretty yarn, and very pretty Rhondda! I found one that is similar at Craftsy just a different technique…if you like trim like that you may want to check out this free pattern too!

  4. I like this pattern! I just love to use the sparkly yarns. Just about everything I make uses the sparkly yarns. This one is on my list to do!

  5. This is beautiful! I love that it is different while using common stitches. Thank you for sharing your talent!