Stash Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

The Stash Wrap is a beginner friendly free crochet pattern. You can use as many or as few colors as you’d like. This project makes for a great stash buster and can be adjusted to any weight yarn. The ends are worked into the fringe so there’s no ends to weave in!

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I recently purchased a surprise pack of Jubilee Cotton Select yarn from Amazon. I’ve never used this yarn before and wasn’t sure exactly what I was getting but I thought I’d see what it was and possible design something with the yarn. Below you’ll find the crochet wrap I came up with as well as the YouTube video of me designing it. I honestly love how it came out. These aren’t colors I’d normally pick so I was pleasantly with the finished wrap. 

Stash Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

A little about this yarn. Jubilee Cotton Select yarn is sport weight and 100% cotton. I enjoyed this yarn. It is soft and made a lovely light weight wrap. I used all 12 skeins changing color on every row. 

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Before you get started here are some helpful links.

I’ve used Jubilee Cotton Select. You can find the surprise pack as well as individual colors here

You can purchase an ad-free version of this pattern through Ravelry

If you have any questions please use the my Contact Me form and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can

Stash Wrap ©2022 KT and the SquidAll rights reserved. You may not sell, trade, share or redistribute this pattern in any way. You may sell finished items made from this pattern.


Approx. 18” wide by 60” long (not including fringe)


Jubilee Cotton Select Surprise Pack (12 skeins)(100% Cotton; 180yds/50g; Sport/2 weight)

Sample was made in the following colors: Glacier Blue (109), Four Leaf Clover Green (408), Imperial Blue (404), Green Mint (503), Soft Red (505), Marina Green (108), Light Yellow (506), Witching Hour Black (001), Vapor Grey (110), Hearts Red (205), Dynasty Blue (208), Blushed Peach (104)

Approximately 1220 total yards


G/4 mm hook (or hook 1mm smaller than gauge hook)

H/5 mm hook (or hook to obtain gauge or hook appropriate for your yarn choice)


ch = chain

st = stitch

sc = single crochet

This wrap is easily adjustable by chaining an odd number and working any number of rows. 

The sample was made in sport weight yarn but you can use any yarn with appropriate hook by following the instructions to adjust the size. The starting chain should be about 64” long (or about your height). 

Gauge (not critical for this project)

20 st by 19 rows in pattern = 4” square (blocked)

Gauge Pattern

Ch an odd number

Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook, *ch 1, skip 1 ch, sc in the next ch; repeat from * until 1 ch remains, sc in the last ch.

Row 2: Ch 1, turn, sc in the 1st, *ch 1, sc in the next ch-1 space; repeat from * to the last ch-1 space, sc in the last sc. 

Repeat row 2 to desired length

Stripe instructions: Change color every row. Colors can be chosen at random. The sample was done in the order of the colors listed in the yarn section. To change color, finish the last st of the row, ch 1 and fasten off leaving a tail of 8-10 inches. This tail will be part of the fringe. 

You can start each row with a standing sc or with a join, ch 1, SC. 

Stash Wrap Free Crochet Pattern

Stash Wrap Free Crochet Pattern Instructions

With smaller hook ch 267 or any odd number.

Switch to larger hook.

Row 1: Sc in the 2nd ch from hook, *ch 1, skip 1 ch, sc in the next ch; repeat from * until 1 ch remains, sc in the last ch, turn. (266 sts)

Row 2: Sc in the 1st, *ch 1, sc in the next ch-1 space; repeat from * to the last ch-1 space, sc in the last st. 

Repeat row 2 for 96 total rows or to the desired width.


Cut 192 lengths of yarn (or 2 for each row if you adjusted the width) about 16-20” long in. Add fringe to the end of the wrap including the ends in the fringe. Trim them all to the desired length.

Block, enjoy! 

Stash Wrap Free Crochet Pattern


  • Cindy

    I’m fairly new to crocheting so forgive my ignorance. According to the yarn size, I should be using a 3.0mm hook. You are saying to do the chains with a G hook, then continue with an H hook. Correct?

    • ktandthesquid

      Hi! Yes, you are correct. I talked about it in the video but with this stitch it was looking funny when I did the chain with the same sized hook so I went down a size just for the chain. Because it’s such a long chain and the stitch cinches in a bit the smaller hook worked better for me but if the same hook works for you then that’s totally fine. Also, the hook on the yarn label is a suggestion. When you’re following a pattern you’ll want to use what’s in the pattern or whatever hook gives you the correct gauge. Hope that helps and we were all newbies at some point 🙂 -Katy

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