The Chevron Lace Wrap is a popular pattern here at moogly. It’s got great drape, a modern look, and with a repeating pattern it’s easy to memorize and make! The pattern includes a chart and written directions, and quite a few people have made their own Chevron Lace Wraps.
But not everyone reads charts, and sometimes the written directions just don’t cut it. So by request, now there’s a video for those who learn better this way!
How to Crochet: Basics of the Chevron Lace Wrap
I hope that this has made the directions for the Chevron Lace Wrap clearer for the visual crocheters! I made the sample for the video in thick yarn so you could see the stitches, though the pattern calls for fingering weight yarn. That said, people have asked about using a heavier weight yarn to make the wrap warmer, and you can absolutely do that! Just bump up the hook size so that you get the look and drape desired in your fabric. The pattern for the Chevron Lace Wrap also include instructions on making it narrower or wider – so it could be a scarf or even a blanket!
I love seeing what people make from moogly patterns, so if you make a Chevron Lace Wrap (or scarf, or…), then please pop over to the moogly Facebook page and share a photo!
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