Crochet Edwardian Rose Wrap Free Pattern
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Crochet Edwardian Rose Wrap Free Pattern

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Crochet Edwardian Rose Wrap Free Pattern

Hi everyone, this week I am bringing to you this crochet Edwardian Rose wrap (free pattern). This crochet project is perfect for beginners. It looks beautiful in all seasons, and is great for special occasions. I love this new installment to the Vintage Crochet Series.

The video tutorial for this project can be found here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJX_wTr211U

Crochet Edwardian Rose Wrap Free Pattern: A Vintage Crochet Series Project

This new crochet wrap is part of the Vintage Crochet Series. I love this crochet series so much, and I am really pleased to be bringing you this new project. A few weeks ago I released this vintage hair scarf pattern, which is also part of my Vintage Crochet Series. I also released The Pastel Patchwork Cardigan a few weeks ago, which is inspired by the 1960s.

Crochet Edwardian Rose Wrap Free Pattern
This Edwardian Era Wrap is lovely and feminine

It had been a while since I had released a new shawl/wrap tutorial. Indeed, I do love these, but with the Spring and Summer arriving, I made a lot of crocheted hair accessories of late. If you enjoy hair accessories, you can have a look at this romanic hair ribbon project. This is such a dainty and feminine accessory, perfect for the Summer months.

A few years ago, I made my first shawl inspired by the Edwardian Era. The Madeleine Shawl is still one of my favorite projects to date. This wrap features a slim and long design, as well as the fans and treillis stitch.

Crochet Edwardian Rose Wrap Free Pattern
This wrap is so elegant

Crochet Edwardian Rose Wrap Free Pattern: An Elegant Pattern

The Edwardian Era is a historical era in England from 1901 to 1911 (or sometimes it is extended to 1918, the end of World War 1). It is characterized by lovely modern dresses and slim, long shawls and accessories. It is a very elegant and feminine era, where jewel tones were very popular.

I love this era so much! It is so aesthetically pleasing, and quite modern too!

If you enjoy vintage and historical crochet projects, you can check out more of my vintage crochet projects. The Ingenue Shawl is inspired by the Regency Era, which I love so much! I am indeed a fan of Jane Austen, and love to recreate crochet projects inspired by the Regency Era. The Fantine Shawl is also part of my Vintage Crochet Series; inspired by 19th Century French fashion, this is a great shawl for all seasons.

Crochet Edwardian Rose Wrap Free Pattern
This wrap is so romantic

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Crochet Edwardian Rose Wrap: The Pattern

You can purchase the ad free, large print, PDF pattern from my Etsy store here: Crochet Edwardian Rose Wrap PDF Pattern

You can purchase the ad free, large print, PDF pattern from my Ravelry store here: Crochet Edwardian Rose Wrap PDF Pattern

Level: Easy/beginner

Gauge

4” (10 cm): 7 rows
4” (10 cm): 19 stitches

Size of finished shawl (including border)

71,5” (181 cm) x 12” (30,5 cm) at largest point

Notes

I will be using US terms (British terms in brackets).

You can find the video tutorial for this project here:

You will need

2 skeins of Bernat Softee Baby in shade Pink

4 mm crochet hook

A pair of scissors

A tapestry needle

Abbreviations

Ch: chain

St: Stitch

Sl st: slip stitch

SC: Single Crochet (UK Double Crochet)

DC: Double crochet (UK Treble Crochet)

EOR: End of row

To begin

To start make a slip knot.

Ch 60

Row 1: DC into 6th ch from hook, *sk 1 ch, ch 1, DC into next ch* until eor (first 5 ch=1 DC and ch sp).

Row 2: Ch 4 (=DC + 1 ch), *sk 1 ch, ch 1, DC into next ch* until eor.

Rows 3-119: Repeat row 2.

Do not fasten off.

Shell stitch edging

Round 1: Ch 1 (=SC), place a SC into each stitch across until you reach first corner. Once you reach the first corner, turn your work so as to work your SC evenly across the first length of the scarf. This is the β€œwrong” side of the stitches, so just make sure you place SCs evenly across this length.

Carry on placing SCs all along the 4 sides of this scarf until you reach the first ch 1.

Sl st to close of round off round.

I placed 585 SC into this first round, which is better for the next round of the project (for the shell stitch pattern).

Round 2: Ch 3 (=DC), turn your work, place 4 DC into same 1st stitch to form shell (=5 DC).

[Sk 2 st, place a SC into next st, sk 2 st, place 5 DC into next st (=shell)] until eor.

Note: When you reach the corners, this doesn’t change anything about this shell pattern (ie just carry on creating shell stitch round without changing anything at the corners).

Fasten off, tidy up all loose ends.

Level: Easy/beginner

Gauge

4” (10 cm): 7 rows
4” (10 cm): 19 stitches

Size of finished shawl (including border)

71,5” (181 cm) x 12” (30,5 cm) at largest point
Notes

I will be using US terms (British terms in brackets).

You can find the video tutorial for this project here:

You will need

- 2 skeins of Bernat Softee Baby in shade Pink
- 4 mm crochet hook
- A pair of scissors
- A tapestry needle

Abbreviations

Ch: chain
St: Stitch
Sl st: slip stitch
SC: Single Crochet (UK Double Crochet)
DC: Double crochet (UK Treble Crochet)
EOR: End of row





To begin

To start make a slip knot.

Ch 60

Row 1: DC into 6th ch from hook, *sk 1 ch, ch 1, DC into next ch* until eor (first 5 ch=1 DC and ch sp).

Row 2: Ch 4 (=DC + 1 ch), *sk 1 ch, ch 1, DC into next ch* until eor.

Rows 3-119: Repeat row 2.

Do not fasten off.

Shell stitch edging

Round 1: Ch 1 (=SC), place a SC into each stitch across until you reach first corner. Once you reach the first corner, turn your work so as to work your SC evenly across the first length of the scarf. This is the β€œwrong” side of the stitches, so just make sure you place SCs evenly across this length. 
Carry on placing SCs all along the 4 sides of this scarf until you reach the first ch 1. 
Sl st to close of round off round.
I placed 585 SC into this first round, which is better for the next round of the project (for the shell stitch pattern).
Round 2: Ch 3 (=DC), turn your work, place 4 DC into same 1st stitch to form shell (=5 DC). 
[Sk 2 st, place a SC into next st, sk 2 st, place 5 DC into next st (=shell)] until eor. 
Note: When you reach the corners, this doesn’t change anything about this shell pattern (ie just carry on creating shell stitch round without changing anything at the corners).
Fasten off, tidy up all loose ends.
This crochet wrap is so feminine

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