Must-Make Wonder Woman Wrap by Carissa Browning Now Available in Crochet – the Pattern is FREE! Alerts!

Must-Make Wonder Woman Wrap by Carissa Browning Now Available in Crochet – the Pattern is FREE! Alerts!

When Carissa Browning released her fabulous knitted Wonder Woman Wrap earlier this year, knitters went crazy! She got a ton of requests to release a crochet version and she did just that!

It looks amazing! Well done, Carissa.

Must-Make Wonder Woman Wrap by Carissa Browning Now Available in Crochet - the Pattern is FREE! Alerts!

Must-Make Wonder Woman Wrap by Carissa Browning Now Available in Crochet - the Pattern is FREE! Alerts!

Must-Make Wonder Woman Wrap by Carissa Browning Now Available in Crochet - the Pattern is FREE! Alerts!

Get the pattern Wonder Woman Wrap (crochet) by Carissa Browning via Ravelry.


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4 Comments

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    Many thanks for sharing this pattern! I know what my next project is now!

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      Was the crochet version of the wonder woman wrap difficult

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      • Danielle

        If you check out Ravelry, users are citing low to medium difficulty but I find that those ratings are a little low on average. Check it out.

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    I enjoyed making the knitted version, but it turned out somewhere between “Wee” and “Wondrous”. Next time I would use larger needles and/or sport yarn. Yes, I do knit to gauge.

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