This is Marie from Underground Crafter and I’m here for the last post of the Phoenix Wrap Crochet-a-Long. I hope you’ve been enjoying this CAL as much as I have! In today’s post, I’m sharing a sneak peek of the third and final part of the Phoenix Wrap along with a roundup of 18 more free crochet patterns for women’s accessories that would be great for donating to Sue Rock Originals Everyone, Inc.
You can find the pattern for Part 3 and several different styling options here. Be sure to share a completed project picture here by August 31, 2018 for your chance to win one of four great prizes, including six skeins of Lion Brand Jeans!
You can find out more about Sue Rock Originals Everyone, Inc., a New York City charity that distributes handmade garments and accessories to domestic violence survivors, in this interview with Sue Rock.
You may be making your Phoenix Wrap to keep, to gift, to sell, or to donate locally. But, if you’re planning to donate another handmade beauty to Sue Rock Originals Everyone, Inc., here are 18 more free crochet patterns for garments and accessories that would help a domestic violence survivor start over with a handmade touch. These patterns include shawls and wraps, ponchos, cardis, capes, and bags. Photos are copyright the respective publisher and are used with permission.
Diamond Lattice Kimono by Salty Pearl Crochet: This is lacy, fringed kimono cardigan in Shawl in a Ball makes a bold statement.
2×2 Shawl by Mamas2Hands: This top-down shawl in Shawl in a Ball features a simple stitch pattern. The unique shape lets you style it several ways.
Hooded Cabled Cape by Jessie At Home: This textured cape in Scarfie features dramatic cables down the back and front.
Granite Poncho by All About Ami: This turtleneck poncho in Touch of Alpaca is available in 3 sizes.
Stripe Me Shawl by Wilmade: This triangular shawl in Feels Like Butta features perpendicular stripes. It can be worn as a wrap or triangular scarf.
Whimsical Waves Poncho by Nana’s Crafty Home: This lacy poncho in Feels Like Butta has a fit that flatters many different body types.
I hope you enjoyed this roundup and I can’t wait to see your finished Phoenix Wrap.