CLIMBING ROSE WRAP
Patterns for the Climbing Rose Wrap were originally published in Inside Crochet Magazine, but they are now available as a 16 page brochure.
You can choose from a paper pattern (printed on recycled paper) or you can download a version via Ravelry.
You can choose to purchase the pattern only in either UK or US terms or you can choose a kit, which contains 15 balls of Stylecraft yarns, a Janie Crow sew in label and the paper pattern.
If you want a kit without the paper pattern you can find it on Just Knots.
Please note that our kits currently contain Life DK Rose in place of Batik Rose as this is out of stock at Stylecraft.
Some of my designs have taken me months to design and make, whilst others, have been quite quick. The design for the Climbing Rose Wrap was a really speedy one once I set to crocheting and I really enjoyed interpreting elements of Morris’s fabric design in my crochet. The flowers within the original design are not easy to identify exactly, so I looked at traditional Victorian garden flowers and used these as the basis for my motifs, hence the fact that they are called Day Lily, Rambling Rose and Anemone.
The patterns for this project were published in Inside Crochet magazine between August and November 2019
The yarn pack contains the following yarns;
Stylecraft Batik DK 50g 138m/151yds 20% Wool 80% Premium Acrylic
1 x Cream (1900)
1 x Old Gold (1902)
1 x Coral (1903)
1 x Rose (1916)*
*Please note that our kits currently contain Life DK Rose in place of this shade as it is out of stock at Stylecraft.
Stylecraft Bellissima DK 100g 268m/293yds 100% Premium Acrylic
4 x Double Denim (3931)
1 x Overly Olive (3927)
1 x Ash Rose (3923)
2 x Sugar Snap (3926)
1 x Bashful Blue (3930)
Stylecraft Bambino DK 100g 268m/293yds 100% Premium Acrylic
2 x Vintage Pink (3944)
3.5mm (US E/4) & 4mm (US G/6) crochet hooks.
Knitters sewing needle
Blocked Measurement: Approximately 52cm (20½in) wide x 205cm (80¾in) long
Images courtesy of Inside Crochet Magazine and LEANNE DIXON
With thanks to the team at The Red House, NT, Surrey.