Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap

***You can purchase an INEXPENSIVE AD-FREE PDF of this pattern on Etsy HERE and on Craftsy HERE!  This beautifully formatted PDF includes BOTH the Boho Crochet Wrap and Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap Patterns and the step-by-step pictures, and is a total of 7 pages including the cover page!

The Boho Crochet Wrap was the first triangle scarf I ever made, and I love how lightweight and summery it is!  It is the perfect wrap for those cooler nights or when you want to look stylish without heating up too much with its cotton bamboo blend.  Shortly after making this wrap, I made a worsted weight version that I could wear during the fall and winter months, and I’m finally coming round to blogging about it!

Boho Crochet Wrap

I used my favorite acrylic yarn: Lion Brand Yarn’s Heartland as it is so luxuriously soft and available in a range of beautiful earthy shades.  This is “Grand Canyon” which I also used for my Cabled Slouchy Beanies.  I used a 4.5 mm hook and followed the exact same pattern as my Boho Crochet Wrap– be sure to check out the blog post HERE as it contains detailed step-by-step photos!.  Keep in mind that if your triangle does not seem to be turning out, you can chain more stitches along the side (e.g. chain 5 or 6 instead of chain 4).


Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap

This project is very fun to work on as it is pretty mindless.  I love seeing the triangle grow wider and wider!

Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap

Three skeins of yarn later, the triangle portion is complete!

Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap

Once again, I added a beautiful and delicate picot edging along the triangle.  I opted not to add fringe for this wrap and kept it like this!

Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap


Here is the free pattern for the “Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap”!

***You can purchase an INEXPENSIVE AD-FREE PDF of this pattern on Etsy HERE and on Craftsy HERE!  This beautifully formatted PDF includes BOTH the Boho Crochet Wrap and Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap Patterns and the step-by-step pictures, and is a total of 7 pages including the cover page!

Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap

Stitch abbreviations:

  • Dc = double crochet
  • Sc = single crochet
  • Beg ch-4 = the beginning chain 4 (used to start each row)
  • Ch-2 sp = chain 2 space
  • Shell consists of {1 dc, 1 sc, 1 dc}
  • Picot = Ch 3, Sl st in 1st ch, Sc 3 in next 3 sts


***PLEASE reference my Boho Crochet Wrap blog post HERE to see step-by-step pictures of the pattern below!


Chain 4, dc in first ch to form ring.

Row 1: Chain 4, turn, work shell in ring.  Chain 2, dc in 2nd ch of beg ch-4. (1 shell, 2 ch-2 spaces)

R2: Ch 4, turn.  *Work shell in next ch-2 sp, ch 2*, rep twice.  Dc in 2nd ch of beg ch-4. (2 shells, 3 ch-2 spaces).

R3-59: Ch 4, turn.  *Work shell in next ch-2 sp, ch 2* across.  Dc in 2nd ch of beg ch-4.  (Row 59 will have 59 shells and 60 ch-2 spaces).

Do not cut yarn.  We will begin working down the edges of the triangle (the “V”) to form the picot edging.


*Ch 3, Sl st in 1st chain, Sc 3 in next 3 sts* rep around V of triangle.  I crocheted 72 picots in total!

After working the picot edging, do not cut the yarn!  We will now work along the top of the triangle to give the collar some edging.


Row 1: Single crochet across the top of the triangle.  I had 197 sc (If you want to know the math: 59 shells = 59 x 3 = 177, 60 ch-2 spaces = 120 sts.  177 sts + 120 sts = 197 sts).

R2: Chain 1, turn.  Starting from 2nd chain from hook, sc across (197 sc).

R3: Repeat Row 2.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Add optional fringe or tassels: see how to make fringe HERE or tassels HERE.

Final measurements:

Width: 78″/198 cm

Height (from tip of V to top): 29.5″/75 cm

Special Notes:

  • Adjust the size to your liking: the great part about this design is that it keeps expanding row after row, so you can decide when you would like to stop and measure it against yourself as you go!
  • When determining your size, remember that it will be larger after adding the picot edging and fringe.
  • If your triangle’s edges seem to be curving, try increasing the number of chains at the beginning of each row (e.g. Chain 5 or 6) as your tension might be tighter than mine.

Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap


I adore how this wrap using Heartland yarn drapes and feels so soft against my skin!

Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap

The Grand Canyon colourway is such a beautiful shade and is described as a “taupe and grey blend”.  It matches with so many items in my wardrobe since it is such a gorgeous neutral! This premium acrylic yarn comes in 32 different shades, so you’re bound to find one that you love HERE!  I also adore the colourways “Katmai” (Granite Cape), “Acadia” (Crochet Cabled Mittens) and “Mount Rainier” (Braided Cabled Slouchy Beanie & Braided Cabled Cowl) as I’ve worked with all of them before!

Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap

This is a view of what the full triangle scarf wrap looks like!  The shells look so delicate and the picot edging is very romantic!

Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap

On chilly days, I like to quickly throw on this scarf without having to worry about my hair getting messed up, particularly if I have an updo!  No need to pull it over your head or get your hair all staticky since you can place the tip of the triangle on your chest and wrap the two ends around your neck!

Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap

If you’ve been looking for a stylish triangle scarf, check out this Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap pattern as it works up quickly and it is fun seeing the triangle build up!  Triangle scarves have been so popular these past few seasons, and I think they look so chic and modern!  I’ve also got another crochet triangle scarf coming your way next month, so stay tuned for that!  You can subscribe to my e-mail newsletter HERE so you can always get updates whenever I post a new design!  Have fun crocheting your own triangle scarves using your favourite worsted weight yarns!  They would make lovely gifts- I’m itching to make them in all the different colours!

Heartland Boho Crochet Wrap

This pattern is an original pattern by Stephanie Lau of All About Ami.  Please do not claim this pattern as your own. If you wish to share this pattern, you may link to this pattern but please do not reprint it on your site. You may keep a copy for your own personal use but please DO NOT sell the pattern or distribute it.

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