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Updated: Nov 27, 2023

When "And Just Like That" aired earlier this year, Carrie's blanket wrap quickly became the star of the show for us fiber enthusiasts. Many of us thought to ourselves " I could totally make that" .... and we did.

Carrie's luxurious blanket is knit from 100% cashmere hand dyed yarn and can be yours for the lovely price of $2650. If you'd like to make your own " budget friendly" version of Carrie's blanket wrap, continue reading below.

Materials (Affiliate links indicated with a *):

  • 1061 - 1591 yards Category 6, Super Bulky Yarn (The sizing of this blanket is completely customizable. I used a skein and a half because I wanted the longest part of the blanket to reach from my shoulders to my calves. Im 5'11.)

(I used 1.5 skeins of the Caron Anniversary Cakes Yarn; color: Sweet & Sour Dots ( Edit 27 Nov 23: As of today this yarn is available (on clearance!) via the yarnspiration website: click here . I will update this information as this changes.)

Alternative Yarn Options:

Hobbii Umami

Yarn Bee, Soft & Sleek Super Bulky

Lion Brand, Wool Ease Thick and Quick

We Are Knitters, The Wool

Wool and the Gang, Crazy Sexy Wool

  • 12mm Tunisian crochet hook with cord (use cord that is 22" or longer) (The hook I used was from this set *)

  • tapestry needle

  • scissors


  • Pattern is written using standard US terms.

  • The pattern uses the the Tunisian knit stitch. Check out this tutorial to learn the basics before you get started.

  • gauge 4"x4" = 10 sts x 7 rows

  • The size of this wrap can be altered by changing the number of increase rows made at the beginning.


ch = chain

st(s) = stitch(es)

yo = yarn over

tks = tunisian knit stitch

Stitch explanations

Tunisian knit stitch (tks) - *Insert hook between the front and back bars of the stitch. YO and pull up a loop." Repeat * * as indicated in the pattern.

return pass - YO, pull through first loop on hook. *YO, pull through first two loops on hook.* Repeat * * until there is only 1 loop remaining on the hook. (This loop is the first stitch of the next row.)

edge stitch - Insert hook under both loops of the last stitch. YO, draw up a loop.

yarn over (increase) - wrap working yarn over hook, bringing the yarn from back to the front.

bind off - slip stitch into each stitch to the end of the row.

Written Pattern

foundation row

Row 1: Ch 3. Working in the bumps on the back of the chain, insert hook into the second chain from hook, YO and pull up a loop. Insert hook into the final chain, YO and draw up a loop. There should be three loops on the hook. Return Pass.

Row 2: YO, tks in each stitch until there is one stitch remaining. Work edge stitch in the final stitch. Return pass.

Row 3 - 98: Repeat row 2.

Rows 99 - 122: Tks in each stitch until there is one stitch remaining. Work edge stitch in the final stitch. Return pass.


Row 123: Continuing to work in the tks, decrease 1 stitch at the beginning of the row by inserting the hook into the 2nd and 3rd stitch of the row, YO and draw up a loop. Tks in the remaining stitches in the row until there is one stitch remaining. Work edge stitch in the final stitch. Return pass.

Rows 124 - 219: Repeat row 123 until there are only 3 stitches remaining.

bind off row

Row 220: Slip stitch into each stitch to bind off. Cut yarn. Weave ends.

Add fringe (optional)

Cut (450) 16" strands of yarn. Attach the strands to the perimeter of the wrap using a slip knot (I may have used the wrong knot name. Please correct me in the comments if I did, lol).


That concludes the tutorial! Share your finished projects with the hashtag #yarnth3orytaughtme. If you have any questions, post them in the comments below.

Happy Crafting!

- Krysten


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Lisa Trimblett
Lisa Trimblett
Mar 22, 2023

Hi Krysten,

Thank you for sharing this lovely pattern. I have my yarn and have started with no problem...but as it has been growing, I have had some difficulty managing the hook with the cord...I have used a Tunisian hook in the past that was 14 inches long, so the cord is new for me...any suggestions or can you point me to a video that can show me how to actually hold my work and how to feed the stitches on from the cord to the shorter hook. I'm feel kind of lost, and thought maybe seeing someone else do something similar might help me find a comfortable way to hold the hook and cable. Any suggestions would be awesom…

Mar 23, 2023
Replying to

Hi Lisa!

Check out this video from Toni of TLYarnCrafts on YouTube:

In this video she reviews different types of Tunisian crochet hooks and how to use them.

If you have any additional questions, send me an email at hello@yarnth3ory and I can provide further assistance.

Krysten 🤎


Vanessa Earll
Vanessa Earll
Feb 12, 2023

Does the 1591 yards include the fridge or just the shawl blanket itself?


I love this but cannot get the yarn anymore. I did find a worsted weight I think I will love just as much. I’m thinking I could just do more increases to get a good size? And up the yardage to about 2,000 yds of worsted weight?

Nov 27, 2023
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Thank you for sharing!!!!


Amy Hitzeman
Amy Hitzeman
Jan 16, 2023

I didn’t properly read the instructions and only bought one Caron Anniversary Cake (Spice Dots). I’m no longer able to get a 2nd one now that I see 1.5 cakes are needed. I’m wondering what modifications are suggested to make this (with fringe) with just one cake.

And if anyone reading this has a Spice Dots Cake they’re willing to sell, please hit me up!

Kathryn Florez
Kathryn Florez
Nov 26, 2023
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Back instock on!

I have been searching for about a year and gave up until a few days ago....I purchased the sweet and sour on 11/25/2


Jackie Serna
Jackie Serna
Jan 16, 2023

could you please translate what a 12 mm Tunisian crochet hook is in Canadian sizes (metric) the hook you suggested from the set at Amazon does not include a 12mm ???? thank you and in the Toronto area that yarn is also not available anywhere

Jan 16, 2023
Replying to

The suggested set does include a US 17/12mm hook. (The hook I used is from that set).

You are able to purchase an individual interchangeable hook on Amazon. (Search for 12mm interchangeable crochet hook; please note that you will have to purchase the cord separately).



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