Maya Wrap by Kim Guzman

Maya Wrap

Crochet
October 2010
17 stitches = 4 inches
in stitch pattern
5.5 mm (I)
675 yards (617 m)
15" x 51"
US
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Using a broomstick lace variation, developed by Kim Guzman, you will learn this easy technique to make a beautiful ripple wrap with drop stitches, mimicking the drop stitch seen in knit patterns. It’s quick, easy and fun! You’ll love the results produced in this new technique.

This pattern is available for free at CrochetKim.com or by purchasing an ad-free print-ready version here. Click “visit pattern website” above or the link for more information below to see the free version.

Any worsted to aran to slightly larger yarn can be used for this project. Try it with 3 different yarns as shown or try it with one color and yarn throughout. Any type of yarn can be used for your own unique work of art. Textured, mohair, beaded, sequined, smooth, metallic. Use your imagination!

A: Prism Yarns, Indulgence, 2 hanks/184 yds
B: Prism Yarns, Pearls, 3 hanks/315 yds
C: Prism Yarns, Kid Slique, 2 hanks/176 yds

Suggested crochet hook size: Size 5.5mm US I-9
Size 50 broomstick pin or knitting needle