Reyelle, crochet wrap pattern


Rebecca is looking off to the side, wearing a dark teal, crocheted mobius wrap over long sleeve, black tee.

The Reyelle crochet wrap is a dual-function accessory piece that will span the seasons. It can be worn around the shoulders as a sweet accent for a light warming. Or wrap double around the neck to buffer winter’s wind.
Choosing a bamboo│linen│cotton│silk will keep the wrap cooler for a warm weather cover up.

A mobius strip is formed by attaching the ends of a strip together with a half-twist. It creates “a surface where one cannot consistently distinguish clockwise from counterclockwise turns”. It’s a fun bit of mathematics that creates a lovely shoulder wrap. That’s about as in-depth on the technicalities of it I can go. But don’t worry, I’ve created a photo tutorial(◊ pdf includes Tutorial)


The pattern is written for 2 sizes, to fit average teen│adult; S│M│L (1X│2X│3X)

{See Finished Measurements below} (◊ pdf includes Schematic)

the skills you need

The stitching ability you need for creating the Reyelle is beginner level. A stacked dc may be a new stitch to you, but if you can sc, you can make this. And of course, I’ve made a video tutorial for ya! The most difficult part of this wrap is creating the mobius twist. But, YAY! tutorial 😘 (available on both digital and pdf patterns)

  • understanding of gauge (read this to learn why & how to)
  • experience reading a pattern
  • ability to read a pattern with minimal -or- no photovideo tutorials
  • understanding of the use of asterisk(s)parenthesesbrackets
  • basic stitchesstitch combinations
  • working in joined rounds

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Reyelle wrap yarn


The yarn used for the sample shown has been discontinued. But there are a few yarns that I think would work beautifully for the Reyelle. Also of importance The yarn shown is listed as a #1│very fine│fingering weight. However, I found it to be on the ‘heavier│thicker’ side and if I were to make Reyelle again, I would choose a yarn from the #2│fine│sport weight category. 

WeCrochet Heatherly Sport 
WeCrochet Upcycle Alpaca Blend Sport
Valley Yarns Superwash Sport

If you are wanting a wrap that is more of a warmer-weather piece, here are a few yarns that I believe will work well

• WeCrochet Galileo
• Lion Brand LB Collection Cotton Bamboo Linen
• Scheepjes Stone Washed
Noro Silk Garden Sock Solo

Reyelle crochet wrap pattern

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the pattern


A free crochet pattern, by Rebecca Velasquez

Rebecca is looking down, wearing a dark teal, crocheted mobius wrap over long sleeve, black tee.

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This post for the beginner friendly, easy, Reyelle crochet wrap pattern has complete directions – or – you can further support Revel Crochet (& me!) and purchase the pattern as a download.

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  • AD-FREE pdf, formatted for printing and optimized for tablet│digital use
  • WRITTEN PATTERN – fully written, line by line instruction (English, US terminology with imperial and metric measurements)
  • STITCH DIAGRAMS – complete illustration(s) of stitches│placement
  • SCHEMATIC – illustration(s) of shape│measurements│construction graphics*
  • ILLUSTRATIONS – drawn graphics of special stitches*
  • SIZING│EASE CHARTS – tables to quickly determine sizing options*
  • TUTORIALS – picture│written│video instruction for specialty stitches│techniques*
  • INTERACTIVE – document internally linked throughout as well as to additional external resource information

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Project Level



chain – double  – slip stitch – single – stacked double {Video tutorial

Finished MEasurements

CIRCUMFERENCE 39” (48) [99 (122 cm)]; after light blocking

HEIGHT 12½” [32 cm]; after light blocking

materials & tools

YARN fingering weight (#1 super fine) {see Yarn Substitution Notes above}

amount totals* 315 yd (388) [289 (355) m]

shown Alpaca with a Twist Socrates (discontinued {see Yarn Substitution Notes above}), (30% alpaca 30% merino wool 20% rayon from bamboo 20% nylon; 400 yd [366 m]│3.5 oz [100 g]), 1 skein; Macaw

*Amount given is for wrap as shown│written. Yardage will vary with any alterations of pattern.

HOOK G [4.25 mm]; or size needed to obtain gauge (exact hook used– Boye, Aluminum 4.25)

NOTIONS yarn needle, removable stitch markers (5)

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Reyelle crochet wrap pattern


2.5 st reps and 8 rows = 4” [10 cm] in stitch pattern after blocking

Rebecca is facing away, showing the back of the Reyelle crocheted wrap.

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Wrap is worked center-out in joined rounds in a mobius twist with RS facing for every round {refer to Tutorial}. (◊ pdf provides Schematic and Stitch Diagrams)


  • Pattern is written in US terms with imperial and metric measurements.
  • Yarn amount given is for wrap as shown│written. Yardage [m] will vary with any alterations of pattern.
  • Read through each line before beginning to avoid any confusion during stitching.
  • See Special Stitches instruction {below}, and Tutorial(s) as needed.
  • The Special Stitches instructions‭ ‬are detailed, written directions on how to complete specialty stitches as worked within this pattern. (◊ pdf provides stitch diagrams for exact stitch placement and illustrations of stitches when needed)


  • Gauge information is given in Details {above}; verify that project matches given measurements.
  • While gauge is not crucial for this project, any deviation from gauge given will vary the size of wrap created and the amount(s) of yarn used.
  • It is always recommended to make a swatch; using same yarn as intended for shawl; stitch, wash, and block a gauge swatch in the same manner you will be using for your hat to ensure fabric created is as desired and will result in proper measurements│size intended {refer to Swatch Guide for basics on proper swatch creation}.


  • Pattern is written for 2 sizes.
  • Sizes given in parentheses: 36 (40). If only one number is given, it applies to all sizes.
  • Number after period (.) at the end of rounds is the stitch count; 8 sts. This means the round just completed should have 8 stitches.
  • If no stitch count is given at the end of round, stitch total did not change from previous listing.
  • PM as instructed for identification│future stitch placement│reference.
  • Sample shown is exactly as written with no alterations to pattern.
  • Sample shown was lightly blocked without stretching│pinning; laid flat and steamed to relax stitches.
  • Sample shown is size 2.
  • Model is 5’ 2” with 45“ [114.5 cm] chest.
Rebecca is looking off to the side, wearing a dark teal, crocheted mobius wrap over long sleeve, black tee.


Ch – chain

Dc – double crochet

PM – place marker

Rem – remain(s)(ing)

Rep – repeat

Rnd – round

RS – right side

Sc – single crochet

Sl st – slip stitch

Sp(s) – space(s)

St(s) – stitch(es)

Yo – yarn over (hook)


Back ridge Rather than working under the top loops or ‘V’ of foundation chain, turn chain upside-down, insert hook under the single strand of yarn that is bump│ridge-like in appearance, work stitch as normal.

PM (place marker) Place marker in│around│through stitch just made or as instructed.

Stacked dc (Stacked double crochet) Sc in indicated st, insert hook from front to back in leftmost back vertical bar of sc just made, pull up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops on hook. You may replace this stitch with traditional ch 3 if desired. {refer to Video tutorial}

Detail of the crocheted fabric as it lays across shoulder.



(◊ pdf includes stitch diagrams and schematic)

Set up Leaving a tail of approximately 10” [25.5 cm], ch 156 (186), working in back ridge {see Special Stitches above} across row, sk 9 ch, dc in 10th ch from hook, PM {see Special Stitches above} in 4th, 5th, and 6th of skipped 9 ch (these 3 marked sts count as the first dc), dc in next 2 ch, *ch 3, sk 3 ch, dc in next 3 ch; rep from * across until 5 ch rem, sk 3 ch, dc in last 2 ch.

Rebecca is facing away, showing the back of the Reyelle crocheted wrap.


{refer to Tutorial} With yarn tail on the top left, place strip on a flat surface, making certain there are no twists. Bring both ends of the strip to meet in the center. Pick up the end on the left and half-twist it (flip it over) so that the beginning tail is now at the bottom. The ch 9 loop will become a ch 3 sp at the top and bottom with the middle ch 3 (marked) counting as the beginning dc of the set up│foundation row. 
Using a removable marker, connect bottom ch-3 sp to bottom of last dc made – this joining marker will prevent the Mobius twist from untwisting while working the following rnd.
Sl st in first (marked) dc to join, remove identifying markers do not turn.


Rnd 1 *5 dc in next ch-3 sp, sk next dc, sc in unused loops of foundation ch at base of next dc, sk next dc; rep from * around to joining marker, ** 5 dc in next ch-3 sp, sk next dc, sc in next dc, sk next dc; rep from ** around ending with sc, sl st in first dc of rnd to join, do not turn.
PM through any stitch of rnd just made to mark RS.

Rnd 2 Sl st in next dc, stacked dc {see Special Stitches above} in same dc as sl st just made, dc in next 2 dc, ch 3, *sk (dc, sc, dc), dc in next 3 dc, ch 3; rep from * around, sl st in first dc of rnd to join, do not turn.

Rnd 3  Sc in next dc, 5 dc in ch-3 sp, *sk next dc, sc in next dc, sk next dc, 5 dc in next ch-3 sp; rep from * around, sl st in first sc of rnd to join.

Rnd 4 Sl st in next 2 dc, stacked dc in same dc as sl st just made, dc in next 2 dc, ch 3, *sk (dc, sc, dc), dc in next 3 dc, ch 3; rep from * around, sl st in first dc of rnd to join, do not turn.

Rnds 5-8 Rep rnds 3-4 twice more.

Rnd 9 Rep rnd 3.

Crocheted wrap is shown doubled around Rebecca's neck, she is holding the upper edge up to show fabric.

Rnd 10 Sl st in next 2 dc, *sc in nxt dc, sk 2 dc, 5 dc in sc, sk 2 dc; rep from * around, sl st in first sc of rnd to join.

Fasten off.

Hand holding out the edge of the Reyelle wrap to show detail of fabric created.


Using yarn needle and long beginning tail, join foundation ch to ch 3 where connected with stitch marker, remove marker.

Lightly wet│steam block to measurements {see Finished Measurements above}, if desired.
(◊ pdf includes schematic)

Remove markers.
Weave in ends. 


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