Isle Wave Crochet Wrap Pattern

Are you looking for an easy crochet wrap to make? If so, this wrap pattern is a simple to crochet and is perfect for the Fall and Winter. I think you’ll love how easy the stitches are that it uses, which means it crochets up quickly. Enjoy!

Ripple Crochet Wrap Pattern by Easy Crochet

Scroll on down for the free pattern or purchase a ready to print PDF in my shop.

Find the free Isle Wave Wrap crochet pattern below!

The Wrap Pattern

The Isle Wave crochet wrap is perfect for cozying up in and staying warm on a chilly morning in Spring! It is lightweight enough to be worn into the Summer too on cold evenings.

This wrap It is almost big enough to be considered a crochet blanket wrap pattern!

And why not, sometimes oversized wraps mean maximum coziness. When I showed my daughter this design she called is a scarfket (scarf + blanket) and I love the name. Maybe we can start a new trend?

If you want to stay cozy warm, look pretty cool if you ask me and say you made something yourself, then this wrap pattern for you! If you’d like more ideas for crocheting wraps or crochet shawls, I can help.

You can also explore this blog post about 6 of the best crochet wraps that are all free. I can’t wait for you to make this simple wrap pattern! Happy Wrap Making.

The Yarn That’s Perfect for This Crochet Wrap!

I used Vanna’s Choice Yarn by Lion Brand a four weight yarn in the colorway Linen for the entire wrap, which can be easily found online, in most craft stores and at more prominent brands like Walmart.

The Yarn

Vanna’s Choice

This yarn is made by Lion Brand, and is a Weight 4 – Medium yarn.

Vanna's Choice

Fiber: 100% Acrylic
Yardage: 156m / 171 yds
Hook: 5.5 mm (I-9)
Substitute: Lion Brand Heartland

Buy Now Patterns Using This Yarn →

The yarn is perfect for this easy wrap because it is comes in so many beautiful colors and is washes great! Explore the link above to find your color!

Easy to Crochet Wrap Pattern with One Stitch

This design is worked in a simple stitch repeat, so it’s the kind of pattern you’d sit down on the couch, turn on Netflix and crochet away! If you can half double crochet, then you can make this wrap!

I promise this is an easy crochet wrap pattern to learn because of this simple stitch. It also helps that I love easy, simple, and fast, so those are the kind of crochet patterns I tend to design.

The Stitch for a Crochet Wrap

Half Double Crochet

Half Double Crochet Crochet Stitch

Abbreviation: hdc
Difficulty Level: Easy
Learn this stitch →

Patterns Using This Stitch →

Half Double Crochet (hdc):

  • YO (yarn over) insert hook from front to back of the designated stitch, YO the hook and pick up a loop. 
  • YO the hook and pull back through all three loops on the hook.

Isle Wave Crochet Kit

My friends at have generously made this into a crochet kit! You can get the pattern and all the yarn needed to make this for a low price!

Have a look at the kit below to get the Isle Wave Wrap Crochet Kit with the pattern and yarn, or purchase just the PDF in my shop below.

Take a Look at The Video Tutorial Too

Be sure to check out my YouTube tutorial below to learn how to do the crochet wrap stitch repeat if you are more of a visual learner!

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The Isle Crochet Wrap Pattern 

Skill Level: Intermediate


Crochet Abbreviations

  • hdc = half double crochet
  • ch = chains
  • st = stitch
  • rep = repeat
  • hdc 2 tog = half double crochet two together (aka half double crochet decrease)


  • Gauge is approx. 5 st’s for every 2″. Each st is approx .5” in height.
  • Click here to read why gauge is important to follow.


  • Add to Ravelry
  • Finished size varies on what starting chain is used.
  • As written, finished size is 14″ wide and 76″ long.
  • This pattern is written in American Standard Terms.
  • To make different sizes of this crochet wrap, please use a multiple starting ch of 18 then add 2 to whatever length you have chosen.
  • I recommend weaving in ends as you go.
  • Here is a tutorial on changing colors if it is needed. Click here for the written tutorial. Click here for the video tutorial.

Here is a video tutorial on how to half double crochet two together.

Crochet Wrap Pattern Steps

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To start: Ch 38

Row 1: Starting in 2nd ch from hook hdc, *hdc once in each of the next 3 chs, hdc 2 tog, hdc once in each of the next 3 chs, 2 hdcs in the next ch, repeat from * until you are left with 4 chs, hdc once in the next 3 chs, 2 hdcs in the last ch, turn. (37 )

Row 2: Ch 1, starting in the first st hdc, *hdc once in each of the next 3 st’s, hdc 2 tog, hdc once in each of the next 3 sts, 2 hdcs in the next st, repeat from * until you are left with 4 sts, hdc once in the next 3 sts, 2 hdcs in the last st, turn. (37)

Row 3-124: rep row 2 for the pattern.

Finishing: Fasten off and weave in loose ends throughout this ripple crochet wrap with a yarn needle.

That’s it! You are done with this crochet wave wrap! If you don’t have time to make this now be sure to pin on Pinterest or save to your Ravelry library!

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  1. Krista,
    I’m now starting my third scarfket. Needless to say I love the pattern. I used Wool & The Gang Cotton for one & Malabrigo yarn for the other, which worked up perfectly. Thank you so much for the pattern.

  2. When I start with an I it’ll chain of 38, I end up with an 8 inch item. Could you please .w what I’m doing g wrong? J hook, medium. Weight yarn.

    1. Hi Lynn,
      It sounds like the gauge is off. I would suggest using a larger hook or crocheting more loosely to get the suggested gauge, which is approx 5 stitches per 2″. Or you could always just add more starting ch’s if you’d like. To make different sizes of this crochet wrap, use a multiple starting ch of 18 then add 2 to whatever length you have chosen.

      If you have any questions, I’d be happy to answer them.


  3. The pattern is lovely. I would like to make a blanket, what would be the stitch multiple if available? thank you.

  4. FYI: You left the * off on Row 2 that shows where to repeat again.

    Also, I had to use a size K crochet hook to keep my work smooth. I tried with the Size J hook as suggested but it was too bunched up. It was because of the yarn I was using. I think the Vanna’s Choice must be a smoother yarn and perhaps would glide along the suggested size hook much better!

    Thanks for the nice patterns that you provide for all of us crochet addicts!

  5. I love this pattern and am nearly done with my first wrap. I plan to make more. I so enjoy all your designs. Keep up the good work.

  6. Just to clarify, on row 2 the repeat begin with this part: hdc once in each of the next 3 st’s, hdc the next 2 st’s together, hdc once in each of the next 3 st’s, 2 hdc’s in the next st, repeat from *

    Is that correct?

    Great pattern. I would like to make it into a afghan!

  7. Thank you for some lovely patterns got to do the scarf I am very new at using a computer so I may make a few mistakes now and then when replying bye

  8. Beautiful design as usual!
    Love your website and lovely pictures.
    Thank you for sharing your creativity.

  9. Do you please have the length and width of this finished wrap? I’d like to make a blanket using this pattern. I realize I can figure out the adjustments myself but am mostly interested in the finished width.. Thank you

  10. Perfect timing!! I’ve been wanting to make a wrap for Spring for myself. Then my mother (who resides in assisted living) just told me she needs a light lap blanket – this is the perfect pattern. Thank you

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