Sundown Angled Wrap Crochet Pattern

When it’s time to transition from summer to fall sometimes we can’t figure out just what kind of outfit will be best each day, especially here in New England! The Sundown Angled Wrap was created for warm days that have cold nights. Wear whatever you want when it’s warm and then throw this wrap over your shoulders.

The wrap uses super bulky yarn so it will block out a breeze or just keep you extra warm. It uses easy stitches and very minimal shaping so it’s perfect for any skill level.

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Finished Sizes: Measurements below are laying flat, before wrap is buttoned.

  • Small – 38” long 
  • Med – 41.5” long
  • Large – 46” long
  • XL – 50.5” long

Yarn:  #6 super bulky/super chunky
Sample used: Yarn Bee Interlocked in Ivory

  • Small – 335 yds 
  • Med – 360 yds 
  • Large – 430 yds
  • XL – 520 yds

Crochet Hook: Size L/11 (8 mm)

Notions: Yarn Needle, 1 or 1.5″ button

Gauge: 10.5 hdc and 7 rows = 4″ in pattern

Difficulty: Beginner: Uses beginner stitches with minimal shaping.


  • Wrap is worked in rows from neck to waist.  
  • Easily add more rows before increases to make the wrap with a larger bust circumference.


blo – back loop only
ch – chain
hdc – half double crochet
sl st – slip stitch
sc – single crochet
yo – yarn over

For a full list of abbreviations, please see my List of Abbreviations.

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Happy Crocheting!

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