Collaboration · Crochet Patterns


Hi, lovelies!

I have a project I want to share with you all! This is another collaboration that I am so grateful for. It is our first time working together. I was so elated that when I approached her, she instantly said yes to my proposal.

For this project, Lauren of TWENTY FOUR THREADS, graciously sponsored the yarns I needed to make the sample of my wrap. Lauren is not only a great yarn dyer, but she is also an amazing crochet designer. Check out her Instagram page to see her beautiful makes and while you are there, you might want to follow her account so you won’t miss any of her posts and shop updates.

The colors I picked for The Phlox Wrap were a bit out of my comfort zone, but I am so glad that they worked out well and came out great! I used the colors Green Stuff and Cranberries yarns in fingering weight (1). These yarns are so awesome to work with and they’re very soft! Most of my pattern testers used Twenty Four Threads yarns and the color combinations they picked are all so pretty! You can check out their versions at the bottom of this post.

The kit for this pattern is now available in Lauren’s shop, TWENTY FOUR THREADS. Go, check it out and purchase your kit so you can make The Phlox Wrap in the color(s) you prefer. By the way, you can use one solid/colorway/variegated yarn in making this wrap. The choice is yours!

The Phlox Wrap pattern features some crochet pattern combinations. Who would think that simple chain and slip stitches combined with granny stitches and pompom edging will create a beautiful pattern? Well, I never thought of it until I tried it. I love this process of trial and error. It gives me the ability to construct something simple and turns it into something wonderful.

With the simplicity of the stitches used in making this pattern, your wrap will be done in no time. This airy and light wrap is a perfect accessory to add to your spring and summer outfits. Like Angela of Cloud Design Crochet said, “this wrap is great on cooler summer nights as it is the perfect balance of being airy and stylish.” You can wear and style this wrap in so many ways. For example, you can just wrap it around your shoulder or you can use it as a scarf.

This pattern is constructed in 2 parts where you first work the first part, of course. The second part is worked by mirroring the instructions of the first part. This pattern is reversible and can be modified to your desired size and dimension.


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SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate


  • Fingering Weight (#1) Yarn [I used TWENTY FOUR THREADS in Green Stuff – MC (700 yards) and Cranberries – CC (460 yards)]
  • Crochet Hook Size G – 4 mm (or size to obtain gauge)
  • Scissors
  • Tape Measure
  • Tapestry Needle

GAUGE: 21 sts x 9 rows = 4 x 4 inches (Blocked)

GAUGE PATTERN (see PART 1 pattern)

FSC 21 and follow Rows 1 – 9

FINISHED MEASUREMENT: Approximately 19 x 85 inches (Blocked)


  • CC – Contrasting Color
  • Ch(s) or ch(s) – Chain(s)
  • DC – Double Crochet
  • FSC – Foundation Single Crochet
  • MC – Main Color
  • Prev – Previous
  • Rep – Repeat
  • SC – Single Crochet
  • Sk – Skip
  • Sl St(s) Slip Stitch(es)
  • Sp – Space
  • TR – Treble Crochet


DC-CL – 2 Double Crochet Cluster – Yarn over, insert hook in a st/sp, yarn over, pull through a st, yarn over, pull through 2 loops on hook, yarn over, insert hook in the same st/sp, yarn over, pull through a st, yarn over, pull through 2 loops on hook, yarn over, pull through all 3 loops on hook.

3DC-CL – 3 Double Crochet Cluster – Yarn over, insert hook in a st/sp, yarn over, pull through a st, yarn over, pull through 2 loops on hook, (yarn over, insert hook in the same st/sp, yarn over, pull through a st, yarn over, pull through 2 loops on hook) 2 times, yarn over, pull through all 4 loops on hook.

Pompom Edging Stitch (Pom St) – Ch 3, 3DC-cl in the 3rd ch from the hook (1st cluster just made), ch 3, 3DC-cl in the 3rd ch from the hook (2nd cluster just made). To form the pompom, fold the clusters and sl st to where the 1st cluster begins.


  1. Read the pattern carefully before starting.
  2. Asterisks * * indicate pattern repeats. You need to repeat instructions between asterisks as many times as directed or repeat at specified locations.
  3. Parentheses ( ) are used to work instructions within parentheses as many times as directed or work a group of stitches all in the same stitch or space.
  4. Brackets [ ] are used to work instructions within brackets as many times as directed.
  5. The main pattern is a multiple of 6 + 3. You can customize the size/dimension of this pattern by adding or subtracting the number of the foundation chain. Remember that customizing the size of your wrap will change the yardage of the yarn you will need in completing this project.

HELPFUL VIDEO TUTORIALS (from YouTube, not mine)

  1. Pompom Edging Stitch by KnitcroAddict
  2. Double Crochet Cluster by Maya DIY CROCHET
  3. How To Block A Shawl by TL Yarn Crafts

To download the PDF copy of THE PHLOX WRAP and my other patterns, please visit my Ravelry shop.


This pattern (and all of my patterns) won’t be here without the help and support of my amazing pattern testers. Let us all take a look at and appreciate their beautiful versions.

Let’s start with the ones who used the Twenty Four Threads Yarn.

Caitlin @crochetingcaitlin

Daf’s Crafts @dafscrafts

Mikaela Nichols @nicholsknitandcrochet

Meandbutterfly @meandbutterfly8

Janna @jrortina

Now, let us see the other two that used other yarn brands.

Angela @cloud_design_crochet

NJ Mmmmm @gypsyinrhapsody

So, what do you think of all these makes? Aren’t they gorgeous?

I would love to see your The Phlox Wrap version. Please use these hashtags #stringsandcuddles, #stringsandcuddlesdesigns, #ThePhloxWrap so I could see and share it!

Please don’t hesitate to reach out for questions regarding this pattern.

As always, stay safe and happy crocheting!



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