This is a wrap worked along the length in linen/cotton/viscose, the perfect fibre combination for a warm weather stole/wrap. I adapted a stitch pattern from a class with Joan Kass (lace knitter extraordinaire) and from a Japanese stitch dictionary and, as these two stitch patterns had different stitch counts, had to rechart and make adaptations to line up the decreases and increases to get the ripple effect I wanted.
This wrap is worked along the length and the size can easily be adjusted by altering either the stitch count (length) or number of row repeats (width).
Pattern includes both a chart and written out instructions.
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Yarn B: 3 skeins Nashua Handknits Desert Flower (50 gr/112 yds), colour 3564 Cornsilk
or a substitute yarn to obtain gauge.
This pattern includes lace work in row 6, a wrong side row. The stitch key on page two includes special instructions for working this row.
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