Make This Stunning Tidepool Crocheted Lacy Wrap
This beautiful tidepool crocheted lacy wrap is not only comfy, it also has a wonderful drape.
The lovely lacy crocheted wrap is perfect for when you just need a little something for the shoulders.
This delightful lacy tidepool wrap worked in a single V-stitch is designed by Jennifer Dickerson over at Fiber Flux.
You can access the written pattern for this great crocheted wrap from Jennifer’s website.
To access the FREE crochet pattern for this lovely V-stitch wrap, please click here: Tidepool Wrap Pattern
Jennifer has also made a great video tutorial where she demonstrated how to make this lovely crocheted wrap.
Watch the video tutorial and learn how to make the tidepool wrap!
Katrina L Queen says
I’d like to use the tidepool stitch for a light lap Afghan. What should I do to the ends to keep it straight instead of angled?
It’s all about the turning chain.
When you do not count the turning chain as a stitch, the edges stay much more uniform and orderly.
Crocheted edges are straighter when you do not count the chain as a stitch. Instead, when you make your first stitch in each new row go into the very first stitch since the chain is not counted. When you get to the end, go into the last completely formed stitch. That’s it!
You do not need to count your stitches after each row, but every so often, stop and count to keep on track. That way if I do have to rip it out, it’s only a few rows instead of the entire piece. Good Luck!