Loving Hearts Wrap Pattern

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Wrap yourself in elegance with the Loving Hearts Wrap! This free crochet pattern features a beautiful lacy design, perfect for adding a touch of sophistication to your spring and summer wardrobe. Made with Light Weight Yarn and a 4.50 mm crochet hook, this easy-to-crochet wrap is both airy and stylish, making it an ideal accessory for warmer weather.

Loving Hearts Wrap – Free Lacy Crochet Pattern

Easy Crochet Loving Hearts Wrap Free Pattern

Free Pattern Loving Hearts Wrap

Supplies

  • Yarn: Patons Glam Stripes. Sport Weight/Fine Weight Yarn [2]. 90% Acrylic and 10% Metallic. Machine wash (gentle/wool cycle) and dry flat. This was a chained texture yarn.
  • 2 balls
  • Crochet Hook: 4.50 mm (7)
  • Scissors, yarn needle (tapestry needle) and measuring tape.

Difficulty

  • Easy

Finished Size

  • Wrap width approximately 16 inches X 65 inches length (unblocked).

Gauge

  • Approximately “5 ch, work a picot of [1 sc ,3 ch, 1 sc] into the 3rd ch of the next 5 ch arch” stitch set in 1 inch and 2 rows in 1 inch.

Abbreviations

  • ch(s) – chain(s) 
  • dc – double crochet
  • g – grams
  • m – meters
  • oz – ounces
  • picot – picot (*see special stitches)
  • R – row
  • rem – remaining
  • rep – repeat 
  • sc – single crochet
  • sk – skip/skipped
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • st/sts – stitch/stitches
  • yds – yards
  • * to ** – Repeat the instructions between the asterisks the number of times indicated. This repeat will contain multiple instructions.
  • [ ] – at the end of the row – the total number of stitches
  • ( ) – important notes AND sets of stitches to be worked within one stitch, or space

Special Stitches

Picot: (1 sc, ch 3, 1 sc) into the indicated stitch

Notes:

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R1: Ch 62, sk the first ch, 1 sc in the next ch. *Ch 5, skip the next 4 chs, make 1 sc in the next ch** repeat from * to ** across, turn. [13 sc, 12 ch5sp]

R2: *Ch 5, picot (see notes) into the third ch of the underlying ch-5 arch (see notes)**. Work from * to ** across to the last sc of the row. Ch 2 and make 1 dc into the last sc of the row, turn. [1 sc, 12 picots, 11 ch5sp, 1 ch2sp]

R3: Ch 1, 1 sc into the first st. *Ch 5, skip the picot, picot into the third ch of the underlying ch-5 arch**. Work from * to * across to the last picot. Ch 5, skip the last picot and make 1 sc into the second ch of the turning ch, turn. [2 sc, 11 picots, 12 ch5sp]

Note: you ch 5 at the beginning of R2 – the first 3 ch sts count as a ‘double crochet’ you work into the next ch – leaving the last ch to be part of the arch – so you work the last sc into the 2nd ch of the turning ch arch).

Repeat R2 and R3 for the desired length. I crocheted until I used the full 2 balls of yarn (approximately 65″ in length).

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I hope you enjoy creating the Loving Hearts Wrap as much as I enjoyed designing it. Its delicate lace pattern and lightweight feel make it a versatile piece for any outfit. Share your finished wraps and connect with other crocheters by tagging #LovingHeartsWrap. Happy crocheting!

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    32 Comments

    1. Hi Mo, You are very welcome 🙂 You finish off after the end of Row 3 when your wrap is the length you would like it to be. I didn’t add any finishing edge to mine. It is actually a rectangle – it should not be growing in size as you repeat the pattern rows. It might seem like it is growing if you are becoming more relaxed when you are crocheting and the spaces between the stitches are becoming slightly larger. The gauge might be increasing – you could check this by measuring your stitches per inch at the beginning when the pattern was ‘new’ to you vs at the point you are noticing it is growing to be sure. You may need to tighten up your stitches to maintain the gauge to keep the rectangular shape. The wrap shown in the photos wasn’t blocked it ended up as a rectangle. Hope this helps, Rhondda

    2. Hi Rhondda thanks for lovely pattern just wondering mine is looking like it is getting wider as it grows, I have same number of stitches etc do you think this will block out?
      Anyone else have this problem?
      Also do you just fasten off at end of row 3 or is there a row to finish with?
      Thanks

    3. Hi Kate 🙂

      If you have finished Row 1 you will have chains of 5 stitches with single crochet stitches between. When you end Row 1 you turn, ch 5, then the picot you will work is into the 3rd ch in the first set of 5 chain stitches. Then you chain 5 again and work your next picot stitch into the 3rd ch of the next set of 5 chain stitches. You repeat this all the way across your project.

      Hope this helps,
      Rhondda
      R1: Ch 61 sts – 1 sc in the 2nd ch from your hook, *ch 5, skip the underlying 4 ch sts and 1 sc in the next ch st* repeat from * to * across, turn

      R2: *ch 5, work a picot (1 sc, ch 3, 1 sc) into the 3rd ch of the underlying ch-5 arch*, repeat from * to * across; ch 2 and 1 dc into the last sc of the row (skip the turning ch), turn

    4. Can’t figure out what I am doing wrong. Can’t figure out how to end round and begin row 2-3. Love how this looks and really want to make a scarf but am truly frustrated and lost.help please.

    5. This is a really pretty wrap, love the pattern. How nice of you to share it for free! Thank you for your creativity and hard work!!

    6. Hi Deana, I am really not certain as I have never made a crochet skirt yet. I agree it would be pretty! Rhondda

    7. I would love to know how to make this into a long skirt. Could you help me?

    8. Can’t wait to start this pattern! Thank you for sharing it. It’s beautiful!

    9. You have many lovely patterns, but I think this one (Loving Hearts Wrap) is my favorite. It would make lovely prayer shawls.

    10. hope u will add video for ur next works….keep going on with ur paterns….

    11. Thanks for the wonderful and BEAUTIFUL pattern I think I printed it last year need to find it or print again! Thanks again! Manda

    12. I do apologize Minna and Nasrin, I do not have video tutorials for this design yet. I hope to start doing more videos in the Fall once my son goes to school full-time. Right now it is very difficult to find a second of quiet time to video 🙂 3.5 year olds can be very noisy! I’m happy you love the pattern 🙂 Rhondda

    13. It looks nice….beautiful…as am new to this crochet can i get its video tutorial pls…..i love this pattern

    14. Love the wrap, very chic!
      But I’ll use the stitch to make a set of cases for our hanbags (tissues, glasses, make-up, mobile phone…) I can see them with a bright contrasting linen 😉

    15. Hi Madeline, Thank you 🙂 I used 2 balls of Patons Glam Stripes – each ball has 261 yards (239 m) – so you need 2 to make one the same size as the one I made.

      Thanks!
      Rhondda

    16. What is the yardage of the yarn you used? This is a lovely pattern! Thanks for sharing it for free!

    17. Hi Sharon 🙂 Thank you!! The yarn was neat to work with too – I loved the sections where the silver striped through it – and you are most welcome for the patterns and help!!
      Hugs,
      Rhondda

    18. Hi Rhondda,
      I love this wrap and definitely my color! Thank you so much for all your fabulous patterns and help!

      Hugs 🙂

      Sharon