Painted Sunrise Wrap Pattern

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For those cooler moments snuggle into this lacy wrap. The Painted Sunrise Wrap Pattern creates an exquisitely soft to the touch crochet wrap. The fabric is lightweight and has beautiful movement. Lightweight and feminine – the perfect early evening wrap.

Painted Sunrise Wrap Pattern

Painted Sunrise Summer Wrap @OombawkaDesign

Yarn: Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable (3 balls – colour: Sunrise)
Hook: 5.0 mm (H)
Finished Measurements: 63″ x 14″ before blocking
Gauge: each globe measures approximately 1.75″ x 1.75″

Stitch Pattern Multiples: chain a multiple of 7, plus 5 chs

Abbreviations: R – row, ch – chain, chs – chains, dc – double crochet, ch2sp – chain 2 space, ch1sp – chain 1 space, ch1sps – chain 1 spaces, sl st – slip stitch

  • repeat *instructions* the number of times specified following the closing*
  • repeat (instructions) the number of times specified following the closing )

Helpful Tutorials: 

Join with a slip stitch

Summer Shawl - Globes Closeup - @OombawkaDesign

Note: the initial ch 3 counts as a dc

R1: Ch 278, work 3 dc in the 4th ch from hook (note: the 3 skipped chs count as the 1st dc), ch 2, *skip the next 6 chs, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in the next ch, ch 2*; repeat from * to * across to the last 8 chs, skip the next 6 chs, work 3 dc in the next ch, work 1 dc in the last ch. Turn.

R2: Ch 3, work 3 dc in the next dc, ch 2, *skip the next ch2sp, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in the next ch1sp, ch 2*; repeat from * to * across to the last ch2sp. Skip the last ch2sp, skip the next 2 dc. Work 3 dc in the next dc, work 1 dc in the last dc. Turn.

R3: Ch 3, work 3 dc in the next dc, ch 1. You will now be working around the next ch 2 and around ch 2 one row below, to work 1 sl st into the 4th skipped ch from R1 immediately below (see Image A below!); ch 1. *(3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in the next ch1sp, ch 1. You will now be working around the next ch 2 and around ch 2 one row below, to work 1 sl st into the 4th skipped ch from R1 immediately below; ch 1* repeat from * to * across to the last 4 dc. Skip the next 2 dc, work 3 dc in the next dc, work 1 dc in the last dc. Turn.

R4: Ch 3, work 3 dc in the next dc, ch 2. *skip the next 2 ch1sps, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in the next ch1sp, ch 2. Repeat from *to * across to the last 2 ch1sps, skip the last 2 ch1sps. Skip the next 2 dc. Work 3 dc in the next dc. Work 1 dc in the last dc.

R5: Ch 3, work 3 dc in the next dc, ch 2, *skip the next ch2sp, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in the next ch1sp, ch 2*; repeat from * to * across to the last ch2sp. Skip the last ch2sp, skip the next 2 dc. Work 3 dc in the next dc, work 1 dc in the last dc. Turn.

R6: Ch 3, work 3 dc in the next dc, ch 1. You will now be working around the next ch 2 to work 1 sl st into the ch2sp one row below; ch 1. *(3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in the next ch1sp, ch 1. You will now be working around the next ch 2 to work 1 sl st into the ch2sp one row below; ch 1* repeat from * to * across to the last 4 dc. Skip the next 2 dc, work 3 dc in the next dc, work 1 dc in the last dc. Turn.

R7: Ch 3, work 3 dc in the next dc, ch 2. *skip the next 2 ch1sps, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in the next ch1sp, ch 2. Repeat from *to * across to the last 2 ch1sps, skip the last 2 ch1sps. Skip the next 2 dc. Work 3 dc in the next dc. Work 1 dc in the last dc.

Repeat R5-R7; 6 more times.

Repeat R5

Repeat R6

You will now be working along the side edge.

* remember the ch 3 at the start of the rows of the pattern counts as a dc * 

See Image B & C below before you begin.

Work 3 dc around the post of the end dc. Skip the next end dc post. Ch 1, sl st in the space between the globes (around the 4 dc sts). *Ch 1, 3 dc around the post of the next end dc. Ch 1, 3 dc around the post of the next end dc. Skip the next end dc post. Ch 1, sl st in the space between the globes*. Repeat from * to * 6 more times. Ch 1, work 3 dc around the post of the end dc, ch 1, sl st to join, finish off and weave in ends.

Now to the other edge. With the same side of the wrap facing up:

Join with a sl st in the corner st, ch 1, work 3 dc around the post of the end dc. Skip the next end dc post. Ch 1, sl st in the space between the globes (around the 4 dc sts). *Ch 1, 3 dc around the post of the next end dc. Ch 1, 3 dc around the post of the next end dc. Skip the next end dc post. Ch 1, sl st in the space between the globes*. Repeat from * to * 6 more times. Ch 1, work 3 dc around the post of the end dc, ch 1, sl st to join, finish off and weave in ends.

Image A: 

Painted Sunrise Summer Wrap Stitch Location @OombawkaDesign
Image A: the arrow is pointing to the spot where you have slip stitched into the 4th skipped stitch (i.e. in the starting chain you skip 6 chs between each globe; it is into the 4th skipped st of the 6 which you are working this sl st) to mimic the shape of the globes in the other rows.

  Image B:

Summer Shawl Image B

Image C:

Summer Shawl Image C @OombawkaDesign

 More Photos:
Painted Sunrise Summer Wrap @OombawkaDesign

Psst! It also makes a lovely cowl!

Painted Sunrise Summer Wrap as a Cowl @OombawkaDesign

 

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34 Comments

  1. Hi! I made this in the exact same color yarn. It looked harder than it was. Of course, the tutorial really helped. It came out so beautiful and worked up rather quickly. Thanks for such a great free pattern!!

  2. This wrap is also good for fall, i found the perfet outfit to wear with this wrap.

  3. I loooove this wrap, but isn’t it too hot for summer? I live in a city where the average temperature in summer is 35°C (in the shadow!)

  4. This is absolutely stunning. Such a straight-forward tutorial as well. Thank you <3

  5. This one of my favorite patterns from your site. It reminds me of autumn!

  6. Rhondda,

    I figure it out I believe I got it right let me know if I am right. I go into the 4th chain on the first row where I did the skip six chains on the first row and then do a slip stitch under the two chains of the above 2 rows.

  7. Hi Vickie, I currently do not have a video tutorial available. Did you take a look at the images in the post? I tried to make sure there were many close ups so you could see the stitches and Image A shows you the tricky part about working into the starting chain row for Row 3 🙂 Hope the images help! Rhondda

  8. I love this shawl and have gotten stuck on the third row is there a video I can go to to help me get this third row started are can you make it more simple for me to understand this row. I thank you for your help.

  9. Hi Dotty, you are very welcome for the site 🙂 This is quite a nice size – and it is pretty easy to make larger. Have a lovely week, Rhondda

  10. Hi Judy, I’m so pleased you like the Painted Sunrise Summer Shawl 🙂 Yes I did add the correction to R1. It is right before the closing *
    R1: Ch 278, work 3 dc in the 4th ch from hook (note: the 3 skipped chs count as the 1st dc), ch 2, *skip the next 6 chs, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in the next ch, ch 2*

    Have fun making your wrap!
    Rhondda

  11. Wow, Gorgeous! I wish I was a thin little thing and could wear something like this.

    Thank you very much for this site!

  12. This is a beautiful shawl – this is the 1st of your patterns that I have seen and will try. Thank you for the very explicit pictures – they do help. I’ll let you know how it turns out when I make it up. Also are you sure that you added the chain 2 as referred in the comment by Cindy. I have read the instructions several times and did not see it.

  13. Ooohhh! That makes sense. Thanks so much for your help! Can’t wait to finish this gorgeous project!

  14. Hi Cindy, Thank you so much for noticing this! I overlooked the ch 2 when I was typing this out! it should be right before the closing * in R1. I’ve added it to the pattern above. Thank you again for letting me know 🙂 I really do appreciate it! Rhondda

  15. Hmmm… Am I missing something in row 1? The repeat and end of the row doesn’t indicate any ch2’s – the only one I included was at the beginning of the row. The Row 3 repeat, though, seems to reference ch2 spaces in Row 1 that I don’t have. Pls help!

  16. This will definitely be added to our prayer shawl ministries patterns. Thank you for sharing. Beautiful!

  17. Hi Mary 🙂 Thank you for your kind words! I hope I can continue to provide patterns you like – if you ever do see a mistake please let me know. I do try my best to be as accurate as possible but human error will sometimes sneak in I’m sure! Have a lovely week, Rhondda

  18. Rhonda, this is absolutely beautiful. I am never disappointed by your designs. The directions are always so accurate and easy to understand. Thank you for sharing this pattern. I enjoy reading your blog and seeing new patterns. You are amazing.

  19. Thank you Andrea 🙂 I’m so happy you like it and the yarn too! The yarn was beautiful to work with! Rhondda

  20. This is such a wonderful scarf. Really sunrise. I also love the beautiful yarn. Thanks for the paztern and the helpful great phototutorial

  21. this is gorgeous! Thank you for sharing this beautiful pattern!
    Brittany