Bergschrund by Kaitlyn Rowsom


January 2018
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
in Herringbone stitch
US 11 - 8.0 mm
875 - 880 yards (800 - 805 m)
One size
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As you ascend into the British Columbian alpine, you can find yourself surrounded by beautiful glaciers and mountain peaks. BERGSCHRUND features stripes in herringbone stitch inspired by the crevasses and glaciers found in the mountains, creating a beautiful woven fabric. This oversized wrap will keep you warm on your adventures.

This pattern has been tech edited by Nicola Hodges (@tinyislandtextiles) and tested. Many thanks to my test knitters for their hard work on this project!

Wrap measures approximately 11.5 in/29 cm in width and 95.5 in/242.5 cm in length, blocked.

Approximately 583 yds/533 m of bulky weight yarn in MC (shown in Cascade Ecological Wool 8020 Gunmetal), 196 yds/179 m in CC1 (shown in Cascade Ecological Wool 8016 Beige), and 100.5 yds/92 m in CC2 (shown in Cascade Eco + 3103 Legion Blue).

US 11/8.0 mm 24” circular or straight needle.
Adjust needle size if needed to obtain gauge. Gauge is not crucial to this project, but a different gauge will affect yardage requirements and finished measurements.

22 stitches/16 rows = 4 in/10 cm in herringbone stitch, blocked.

Darning needle, blocking wires (optional).

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