#11 DropStitch Openwork Wrap by Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton

#11 DropStitch Openwork Wrap

Knitting
March 2016
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in Paloma
7.0 mm
646 yards (591 m)
one size

A singular wrap, knit in two drastically different yarn weights from Debbie Bliss/KFI, is a study in contrast. Divided by sheer stockinette bands worked in silk/mohair Angel, garter-stitch cutout panels, in bulky chainette Paloma, appear to float weightlessly. They’re created using Hamilton’s trademarked DropStitch Openwork technique, which omits the need to break the yarn used to knit the vertical columns.

This openwork wrap is knit horizontally in a drop stitch pattern using two different weights of yarn

6 50g hanks Paloma in #01
1 25g ball Angel in #01