Crochet Kit - Adirondack Wrap

SKU: B70142

Humble triangles and basic stitches come together to make a large, flowing piece of crocheted fabric that can be worn as a wrap, a shawl, or a super scarf. And Mandala’s built-in color variations means you get the gorgeous stripes without any fancy stitch work.


Pattern Designer Information
ChiWei Ranck (One Dog Woof) is the creative engine behind One Dog Woof, a fiber arts company where the timeless craft of knit and crochet meet the demands of modern living. Inspired by the phrase “form follows function”, One Dog Woof emphasizes a practical approach to what one can do with a simple ball of yarn, creating designs that are purposeful, sophisticated, and fun.
Skill Level
Level 2 - Easy (Beginner+)
Project Type
Wrap
Yarn Used
Mandala® - 525
Pattern Gauge
15 sts and 8.5 rows = 4inches
Pattern Yarn Weight
3 Light
Dimensions Detail
Each triangle is approx 46” x 24”Full wrap is approx 92” by 24”
Pattern Corrections
No
Pattern Craft
Crochet
Made For
Adult, Woman

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
56%
(5)
22%
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11%
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Andrea
Beautiful yarn!

The gradient in this yarn is beautiful and I cannot wait to create the Adirondack Wrap. I've had my eye on this for a long time and I finally picked up the yarn to go with the pattern. I'll be posting picture soon.

J
Jeanne Wilson
Makes me crazy

This is definitely not an easy pattern. Having fought with it for several weeks, I finally got the first row done, only to learn that there is some way the pattern writer wanted me to go, but I'll be darned if I could find it. The main problem with this pattern is that you must read both the row you are on AND the "abbreviations" above the instructions.

However, I'm not returning the yarn; I'm making the Fringed shawl and a lovely scarf, so it's still a good deal!

M
Melanie Depcinski
Gorgeous!

Once you get the pattern down, this project is fantastic. I loved seeing the color chanfes as I worked. I will definitely be making another!

H
Holly Bracy
Love this shawl!

I made mine in Cleansing Quartz and it is beautiful and I have gotten a lot of compliments. The pattern is very easy to understand and goes quickly. I am now making a second one.

C
Colleen Mathews
Inconsistent yardage

The yarn is beautiful to work with and the colorway I bought (Valkyrie) is soft and muted. Lovely. I understand the frustration of Jeanne. You have to memorize the shorthand descriptions otherwise you are checking the pattern notes on every row. But, once memorized it went smooth and quickly. But, my problem was with the yardage in the cakes. The first triangle had enough yarn left over for the planned tassel. Once I made triangle #2, I ran out of yarn with only 30 stitches to go. I hoped that the third cake would be like the first with plenty of leftover yarn which I could use to finish triangle #2 but it was worse. I ran out 45 stitches into the last row - meaning I needed yarn to do another 175 double crochet - that's a lot of yarn! I didn't do a gauge swatch as I typically crochet to gauge but regardless the difference in yardage between the first and third "cake" was significant. To resolve I will rip out the last row on each triangle which will give me yarn to sew it together and to make the tassels. Just a caution for others - you might be wise to weigh the cakes before you start so you can be sure you'll have the same yardage in each one.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
56%
(5)
22%
(2)
0%
(0)
11%
(1)
11%
(1)
A
Andrea
Beautiful yarn!

The gradient in this yarn is beautiful and I cannot wait to create the Adirondack Wrap. I've had my eye on this for a long time and I finally picked up the yarn to go with the pattern. I'll be posting picture soon.

J
Jeanne Wilson
Makes me crazy

This is definitely not an easy pattern. Having fought with it for several weeks, I finally got the first row done, only to learn that there is some way the pattern writer wanted me to go, but I'll be darned if I could find it. The main problem with this pattern is that you must read both the row you are on AND the "abbreviations" above the instructions.

However, I'm not returning the yarn; I'm making the Fringed shawl and a lovely scarf, so it's still a good deal!

M
Melanie Depcinski
Gorgeous!

Once you get the pattern down, this project is fantastic. I loved seeing the color chanfes as I worked. I will definitely be making another!

H
Holly Bracy
Love this shawl!

I made mine in Cleansing Quartz and it is beautiful and I have gotten a lot of compliments. The pattern is very easy to understand and goes quickly. I am now making a second one.

C
Colleen Mathews
Inconsistent yardage

The yarn is beautiful to work with and the colorway I bought (Valkyrie) is soft and muted. Lovely. I understand the frustration of Jeanne. You have to memorize the shorthand descriptions otherwise you are checking the pattern notes on every row. But, once memorized it went smooth and quickly. But, my problem was with the yardage in the cakes. The first triangle had enough yarn left over for the planned tassel. Once I made triangle #2, I ran out of yarn with only 30 stitches to go. I hoped that the third cake would be like the first with plenty of leftover yarn which I could use to finish triangle #2 but it was worse. I ran out 45 stitches into the last row - meaning I needed yarn to do another 175 double crochet - that's a lot of yarn! I didn't do a gauge swatch as I typically crochet to gauge but regardless the difference in yardage between the first and third "cake" was significant. To resolve I will rip out the last row on each triangle which will give me yarn to sew it together and to make the tassels. Just a caution for others - you might be wise to weigh the cakes before you start so you can be sure you'll have the same yardage in each one.