The Ragged Falls Cocoon Shrug Pattern combines the fun and easy stitch pattern of the Ragged Falls Poncho and Ragged Fall Scarf patterns, along with the simplicty of cocoon shrug construction! I am hopeful that Spring will be here before we know it and this kind of layering piece will become a wardrobe staple. It’s long shot up here in Northern Ontario, but a girl can hope, right? Layered over long sleeves in colder temps, or to keep shoulders warm when worn over a tank, the Ragged Falls Cocoon Shrug is exactly what your little girl needs!
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FURLS BLOG HOP 2020
Furls is doing something a little different this year! In addition to their monthly CAL and KALs, they are also hosting a weekly Blog Hop featuring some of Knit and Crochet’s top Designers! Each Designer uses Whims Merino yarn, and their favourite Furls hook.
You can read all the details HERE!
Whims Merino is a DK weight 50/50 blend of fine superwash merino + nylon. Each hank offers 100g (3.5oz), 94yds(180m) of silky-smooth deliciosness.
Available in colours purple, red, blue, teal, pink, mustard, light grey, charcoal, and undyed. The best part of this yarn? It’s Z-Twist. Want to know the benefit to crocheteres? Read Furls’ explaination HERE.
RAGGED FALLS – CROCHET COCOON SHRUG PATTERN
Yarn: DK Weight #3. Sample made in Furls Whims Merino in Purple.
See approximate yardage for individual sizes below. Please note that Adult sizes of this Cocoon Shrug are also available!
Hook: Furls Crochet Alpha in Cocobolo I (5.5 mm).
Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends.
- ch: chain
- st(s): stitch(es)
- slst: slip stitch
- sc: single crochet
- hdc: half double crochet
- dc: double crochet
- BLO: back loop only
4”x4” = 14 sts and 11 rows in pattern repeat.
Pattern repeat is one row*hdc, slst, repeat from *, next row dc across.
Special Pattern Notes
This cocoon shrug is made in a rectangle with sides slst together. Ribbing is added after.
When following stitch counts, the numbers are in numerical order by size (2, 4-6, 8-10, 12).
When only one stitch count is given, it is the same for all sizes.
Beginning ch does not count as a stitch throughout.
Yarns similar in fiber content and weight can be substituted.
Sample shown is made in size 4-6. Model wears size 5T.
You are free to sell what you make from this pattern, but you may not share, copy or reproduce this pattern in part or whole.
Photographs are also copyright protected and may not be used. Please link back to one of my shops if selling your finished items online.
© Pam Dajczak 2020
1: Ch (52, 60, 70, 84), hdc in first ch from hook, *slst in next, hdc in next, repeat from * across. (51, 59, 69, 83)
2: Right Side. Ch2, turn, dc across. (51, 59, 69, 83)
3: Ch1, turn, hdc in first, *slst in next, hdc in next, repeat from * across. (51, 59, 69, 83)
Repeat Rows 2 and 3 until your rectangle measures (16”, 18″, 21”, 25”) long. Do not fasten off.
Lay the rectangle in front of you, Right Side facing up. Fold the rectangle in half so that you are matching the long sides together. See photo below.
1: Ch1, slst sides together leaving a (4”, 4.5”, 5”, 5.25″) opening.
2: Ch5, sc in 2nd ch from hook and across, slst to next st. (4 sc now and throughout)
3: Slst in next st, turn, working in the BLO, sk over 2 slst, sc across each sc.
4: Ch1, turn, working in the BLO, sc across, slst to next st.
Repeat 3 and 4 until you have worked all around the arm hole.
5: Lining up the last Row worked to Row 3, sc in the BLO of both Rows to join the cuff.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Repeat on second side.
Join with a slst to the bottom of the Shrug.
1: Ch10, sc in 2nd ch from hook and across, slst to next st. (9 sc now and throughout)
2: Slst in next sc, turn, working in the BLO, sk over 2 slst, sc across each sc.
3: Ch1, turn, working in the BLO, sc across, slst to next sc.
Repeat 2 and 3 until you have worked all around the Shrug.
4: Lining up the last Row worked to Row 2, sc in the BLO of both Rows to join the cuff.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
If you enjoyed the Ragged Falls Cocoon Shrug, be sure to also check out my Ragged Falls Poncho crochet pattern!