‘I love you so much’ wrap – Free pattern!

I made this wrap for Valentine’s Day and because it represents love, I think it would be perfect for any time of the year. This is a beginner friendly pattern and if you love to play with color, I am sure you will enjoy making this as much as I did!


This pattern is available for free on my blog. I would love to see your projects on Instagram! Tag your posts with:
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Skill Level

Easy – I used the join-as-you-go method to join the motifs. If you are aware of it already, this pattern is very straightforward. If not, here is a photo tutorial for you.

  1. Scheepjes Colour Pack Stone Washed – River Washed OR Sport weight yarn in 50 colors
    • You will need .35oz (10 g) / 28 yards (26 m) of each color
  2. 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook*
  3. Scissors
  4. Tapestry needle to weave in tails

Gauge is not really important here. I suggest making one of each of the ‘X’ and ‘O’ motifs and measuring them. If you are using the color pack, I recommend getting your motifs similar to mine in size. The aim is to make 8 motifs of each color.

If your motifs are larger than mine, try using a smaller hook OR you will need more yarn and your wrap will be larger than mine.

If your motifs are smaller than mine, try using a larger hook OR you will end up with a wrap smaller than mine and some leftover yarn.

  1. Length – ~80″ (200 cms)
  2. Width – ~19″ (50 cms)

Scheepjes Riverwashed

Scheepjes Stonewashed

*The yarn colors are not exactly the same as in the color chart above. You can get a sense of what shade (pink/green/yellow) a color might be. This is to make it easier for you to find the color you are looking for.


Any yarn can be used for this project along with an appropriate hook. This will only change the dimensions of the project. The pattern will remain the same.


Make 200 ‘X’ motifs and 200 ‘O’ motifs and join them as you go using the placement chart below.
* You can find the pattern for the ‘X’ and ‘O’ motifs here.
* If you are not aware of the join-as-you-go technique, you can find a photo tutorial here.

The motif placement chart below shows how to place the motifs. The chart also specifies how I placed different colors in my wrap.

Motif placement chart

I used a steam iron to block this wrap. I did not use the iron directly on the wrap. Instead, I placed a cotton cloth on the wrap and ironed over the cloth. That’s it!

Congratulations! Your ‘I love you so much’ wrap is ready 🙂

Please leave me a comment if you like this pattern. I’d love to hear from you! You can add this pattern to your Ravelry queue. If you would like a printable photo tutorial for this pattern (or just to support me), you can purchase a print-friendly ad-free version of this pattern from my Ravelry and Etsy shops.

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This pattern is for personal use only and you are welcome to make as many of these as you’d like. But if you choose to share or sell them, please credit the design to me and do not make any video tutorials of this pattern without my permission.

Happy crocheting!


18 Replies to “‘I love you so much’ wrap – Free pattern!”

  1. A perfect stash buster❤️ Would love to attempt soon

    Kulsum says:
  2. It would be a perfect stash buster – love to attempt!!

    Doris Massengale says:
    1. Absolutely, it would be a great stash buster. Please come back and show me pictures of yours!

  3. This is lovely! I’ll have to get my yarn together for one.
    I was thinking that it would combine nicely with a knit the colour of today’s temperature type project. In any event thank you very much for sharing <3

    Erica says:
    1. You are right, it would be perfect for a temperature wrap/blanket. I am glad you liked it!

  4. This is beautiful. It reminds me of a Sophie Digard Scarf. I’ve been searching for tiny motifs to try to do something similar. This fits the bill to a t. Thank you

    Kim Miller says:
  5. My goodness, Arunima ! – that is a wonderful piece of design ! “a beginner friendly pattern” isn’t a proper description: how about “a sort of simple, JAYG motifs shawl that’s different from just about any other you’ve seen” ?
    Now to study all your other pieces, you clever woman !

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