Free Pattern – Bohemian Wraps of Three – Harmony Blanket Square #10

Bohemian Wraps of Three is pattern #10 in the 2018 Harmony Blanket Knit Along. Bundles of stitches are gathered together and wrapped, to create the simple and stylish texture. The pattern includes both written and charted versions of the instructions.

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The Harmony Blanket KAL is a knit-along event hosted by the Underground Crafter, Creative Crochet Workshop, and myself. Together with a great team of guest designers, we will be bringing you 48 blanket square patterns throughout the year. Each pattern will have the same border, so that they can easily be combined into a blanket!

Lion Brand has generously provided us with their lovely Vanna’s Choice yarn for free, to use for our designs. It’s a washable, worsted weight acrylic yarn that’s a great choice for blankets. For more information about the event and links to the patterns, be sure to visit the main #HarmonyBlanket post. I hope you’ll join in the fun!

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Bohemian Wraps of Three

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Intermediate – slipped stitches, yarn overs, and wrapping of stitches.


6 inch square


 17 sts x 25 rows = 4 inches in stockinette. Use pattern as gauge swatch – finished square should be 6 inches.

Abbreviations used:

  • k = knit
  • p = purl
  • sl = slip stitch knitwise with yarn in back
  • yo = yarn over
  • wrap3 = wrap 3 stitches (see Special Stitch)
  • st(s) = stitch(es)
  • RS = Right Side
  • WS = Wrong Side

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Stitch multiples:

  • The pattern section is a multiple of 6 stitches plus 5, and a multiple of 8 rows plus 7.
  • The garter stitch border adds 4 stitches on each side, and 4 rows on the top and bottom

Special Stitch:

Wrap3 – Wrap 3 stitches: (Slip 1 purlwise with yarn in front, drop next 2 yarn overs from left needle) 3 times,

Wrapped stitches 1 - Bohemian Wraps of Three - a free pattern on Wrapped stitches 2 - Bohemian Wraps of Three - a free pattern on

*bring yarn to back, put those same 3 slipped stitches back onto left needle without twisting them, bring yarn to front, slip the same 3 stitches purlwise with yarn in front,

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repeat from * once more. You should now have a bundle of 3 slipped stitches that have been wrapped twice, and your working yarn should be at the front of your work.

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Jump ahead to chart

Cast on 25

Garter stitch bottom border:

Row 1 (RS): K 24, p 1

Rows 2-4: Sl 1, k 23, p 1.

Main section of square

Row 5 (RS): Sl 1, k 23, p 1.

Row 6: Sl 1, k 3, p17, k3, p1.

Row 7: Sl 1, k 4, *(yo twice, k 1) 3 times, k 3, repeat from * twice more, k 1, p 1.

Row 8: Sl 1, k 3, p 1, wrap3, (p 3, wrap 3) twice, p 1, k 3, p 1.

Rows 9-10: Repeat row 5-6

Row 11: Sl 1, k 7, (yo twice, k 1) 3 times, k 3, (yo twice, k 1) 3 times, k 7, p 1.

Row 12: Sl 1, k 3, p 4, (wrap3, p 3) twice, p 1, k 3, p 1

Rows 13-34: Repeat rows 5-12 twice, then repeat rows 5-10 once more.

Garter stitch top border:

Rows 35-38: Repeat row 2.

Bind off all stitches and weave in ends.


Go back to written instructions

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I hope you enjoy the pattern. Thanks to Lion Brand for providing the yarn!

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  • Pia Thadani

    I have not done a tutorial, but if you let me know where you’re getting stuck, maybe I can help? (I’m going to be out all day at Vogue Knitting Live, but if you leave your questions I can answer tonight when I get home)

    • Isabelle

      Thanks, but I believe I figured it out. The error I think is in row 7. It should be as follows: Row 7: S1, k3,*(k1,yo twice) 3 times, k3, repeat from * twice more, k2,p1

      The way it is printed, I would not have the slip one stitch available for the first wrap. Wonder if anyone else had the same problem. Thanks for answering my email. I am enjoying the project

      • Pia Thadani

        Actually, that’s the way it was, which was wrong, and you’re correct, that’s where the problem was. I fixed it last night and it is now correct. It should be yo twice then k1. (Same with row 11) 🙂

        • Connie

          Hi I am confused with your pattern, you say to drop next two yarn overs from left needle three times, yet I should have three slipped stitches? I have tried several times but it is not looking right. A video or tutorial would really help

          • Pia Thadani

            Hi Connie 🙂

            I think the issue may be that you’re not noticing the brackets – you do everything inside the brackets 3 times, not just dropping yarn overs.

            Ok, on the previous row we added some yarn overs, so now on your left needle, you should have (stitch, yo, yo), (stitch, yo, yo), (stitch, yo, yo).

            You’re going to slip the stitch, and drop the yarn overs for each of those three groups. So you get (slip, drop drop), (slip, drop drop), (slip drop drop). The result is three very tall, slipped stitches.

            Does that help?

    • Pia Thadani

      Row 7 sets you up for row 8, so if 7 is wrong then 8 makes no sense. You may want to double check that you did row 7 the same way it is currently written (after I made the correction)

      • Sharon Dowd

        I got it, I figured it out. Actually my row 7 was correct. I didn’t know which 3 stitches to put back on the left needle, the dropped one’s or the 3 slipped ones. Also, I didn’t realize you don’t do anything with the yo dropped stitches. I am excited. Thank you

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