Briallen Crochet Summer Wrap

Briallen is a crochet summer wrap, designed with longer, warmer, and brighter days. in mind. But, even though the Briallen is a lace crochet shawl, made with beautiful, textured crochet stitches and light weight yarn, it can actually be worn all year around as a beautiful accessory. Imagine it gently wrapped around your shoulders in your romantic evening walk or during a date night at home!

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You can wear it in many different ways: just let it fall over your shoulders and arms loosely, or drape it over your shoulders and use the belt to chinch it at the waist or, my favorite, wear it as an one shoulder top cover.

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Why Briallen?   

Briallen is a name of Welsh origin meaning primrose. It seemed a perfect name for this gentle, but at the same time intricate crochet wrap. I love flowers, because each one has its own personality, it has a meaning and it symbolizes something. Not to mention how beautiful they are.

Primrose stands for youth and renewal as it is the first flower to bloom in spring. They are the symbols of love and honesty. They are also connected to fairies in some cultures.

This crochet summer wrap is one of those projects that, when you wear it, makes you feel special, happy and empowered.

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I don’t know if this works for you, but for me, when I finish a piece like this is, and try it on… it’s like when you hear a good song, the one that makes you move, giving you a burst of positive energy and simply makes you feel good about yourself, strong and confident. It makes you wanna dance!

ABOUT THE PATTERN

If you love trying out different stitches, if you like texture and unique look, then this pattern is just for you. Because, this crochet summer wrap pattern is like a mini stitch dictionary and you won’t be bored for a second… though you also won’t be able to watch TV while making it 😊. 

SKILL LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE. You should be familiar with working single and double crochet stitches, front and back double crochet post stitches, as well as cluster stitches.

The Briallen Shawl

MATERIALS NEEDED:

Yarn Weight: #3 Light Worsted Weight / DK /14 WPI

I used Alize Cotton Gold (3.53 oz / 100 g; 330 m/ 361 yds) per skein, a perfect cotton-acrylic bland, because that was the yarn I had and I wanted to make this beauty immediately! I can’t wait to make it again with CotLin Wecrochet yarn, perfect for this kind of projects with absolutely amazing color palette.

Hook: 5.5 mm [US I-9] for the body; 5 mm [US H-8] and 4 mm [US G-6] for the border; or size needed to obtain the gauge.

Stitch Markers, Scissors, Tapestry Needle, Measuring Tape and Blocking Mat (optional).

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SIZE &FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:

Women’s one size fits most.

After blocking scarf is approximately: 170 cm (67 in) long and 50 cm (20 in) wide.

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CONSTRUCTION: Shawl is rectangular, worked in rows.

If you like wraps, you will love my LILIA WRAP and MY LEANDRA SHAWL.

I make every effort to publish the patterns as accurately as possible. Even though these patterns have been tested, there’s always a possibility for small errors to slip by. Please be assured that if any errors are found the pattern will be updated and you will automatically receive an email informing you of the update if purchased through Ravelry.

This pattern is for personal use only and cannot be changed, sold, distributed, or reproduced in any way. It is not to be used for educational purpose without written permission from Frankie Kate. You cannot sell or change the pattern but you are more than welcome to sell any of the items made from my patterns but PLEASE would you tag #FrankieKate or @frankie.kate_ when sharing your creations on Instagram or Facebook? So I can share them and celebrate with you!

3 Comments

  1. I tried for hoursssss to figure out how to do this blog hop to get a few really pretty patterns I was super excited about! Picked out my stash yarns and was at the ready. Turns out the blog hop dislikes being done on mobile devices which would explain why it simply never worked for me. This pattern is one of the few I truly honestly wanted to do! I felt it would have a fantastic birthday gift for my mother who is a December baby so I went with rozetti yarns
    alpaculence in aquamarine! Too bad I could not make it work on a mobile phone! Which is my singular smart device! Super bummed out!

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