Shoulder wrap Fuji by

Shoulder wrap Fuji

December 2016
DK (11 wpi) ?
7 repeats = 4 inches
3.0 mm
3.5 mm (E)
620 - 630 yards (567 - 576 m)
One size fits most
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This pattern is available for $5.50 USD
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The shape of this small shoulder wrap reminds me of the legendary Japanese mountain Mount Fuji: an attractive volcano cone covered with snow. The subtle lace edges that will gracefully drape over your shoulders represent the snow, while the solid part of this garment would represent the forest below the snow, giving some warmth around your neck.

Suitable for both women and men.

This garment is designed for wearing over one shoulder. If you love asymmetric accessories this wrap will be fun to make and wear. Fasten it at the neck with your favorite pin, or brooch.

Measurements: wingspan 100 cm/39.5’’; height at centre is 37 cm/14.5’’.

You will receive:

detailed tutorial in ENGLISH for every row - browse the screen shots of the PDF: ;

HQ diagrams in PDF-format (all charts are blurred in the above screen shots);

written explanation of all rows of the diagrams is included (in case you are not used to work with the crochet charts).

Level: crochet instructions are very detailed, so this project might be suitable for a beginner who knows how to work basic crochet stitches like single crochet, double crochet, treble crochet, clusters of double crochet stitches (in American crochet terms).

Yarn: original wrap was made with Filati Fantasia Linsilk (59 % linen, 35 % rayon, 6 % silk), DK / 8 ply / 290 m in 100 gr / 317 yards in 3.5 oz. Substitute yarn: loosely woven mixed yarn of 60 % linen (or cotton) and 40 % rayon (or silk, bamboo, soya).

Please keep the original small margins of this PDF during printing out.

Any reprinting, transmitting, reproducing, publishing or otherwise using for commercial purposes parts of this crochet pattern is strictly prohibited without my prior written permission. Intangible digital items cannot be returned or refunded.

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