Crochet Sweater Wrap

Crochet sweater wrap

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I have been so excited for this “Made it Monday” post I can hardly contain it! Last week, I showed you my v-stitch crochet infinity scarf. This week’s is by far my biggest, most involved project. I made myself a crochet sweater shrug and wore it for the first time last Sunday. It got so many compliments!


I got this gorgeous pattern from Make and Do Crew. There are a few variations (yarn type and color) to fit my personal style. I chose Lion Brand Yarn Heartland in Great Smokey Mountains. It took me about 5 skeins of yarn to complete. I used the pattern for the small and medium, but I really feel like this could also fit a large. Given the difference in yarns, this came out to be a tad bigger than the picture on the pattern, but I really liked the length and bulk. It was definitely a very warm layer and incredibly cozy. I can see myself wearing this around the house for some extra warmth!

The pattern itself was based off a rectangle shape. It was done entirely in double crochet stitches throughout. You have to do a little stitching together parts, but the pattern itself gives a tutorial on how to do a couch stitch.ย  This took me about two weeks to complete and I worked on it a couple hours a day. Overall, that’s faster than I knew making an item of clothing could be.


After finishing this particular project, I really feel like the sky is the limit in terms of crochet items I could make. Doing a bigger project made me feel a little more confident and inspired me to try out some more involved projects. I tend to like immediate gratification, so longer projects are harder for me to get excited about But as soon as I finished this one, I was over the moon!

What do you think? What would be your color choice? What style elements would you keep or change?

**That’s not all! Keep reading!

Since I’ll be doing these “Made it Monday” posts weekly, I wanted to give all my readers the opportunity to have some of these projects themselves. So, I’ll be randomly choosing my blog subscribers in the coming weeks and sending them some of my finished projects as well as exclusive content and freebies. If you haven’t subscribed, go to the top of this page and sign up! You may be one chosen for one of these wonderfully, handcrafted items!



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