ERRATA: round 32 written directions should say:
k, p5, (k1, yo, k1) in one st, p5, k, p5, (k1, yo, k1) in one st, p5, k, p4, m1, p, k5, p, k5, p, m1, p4, k, p5, (k1,yo, k1) in one st, p5, k, p5, (k1, yo, k1) in one st, p5, k
As rich in color as the famous Connemara marble, this wrap wil be a delight to knit: eyelet ribbing at the neck that carries on down the “sleeves”; while the front and back are filled with a wavy-stitch pattern, highlighting the subtle color changes in the worsted weight wool/silk blend used to make this wrap.
The directions are written out round-by-round as well as charted.
The one-size-fits-most wrap (hem circ = 62”; neck-to-hem = 15”) uses approximately 490 yards of worsted yarn. The sample used one skein of Plymouth’s Mushishi 95% wool/5% silk in Green Apple.
• wrap is made from the neck to the hem; knitted completely in the round
• eyelet rib for the four-inch high neck merges into the body pattern (while retaining the eyelet rib on the should line)
• body is shaped with four increases along the shoulder lines every other round as well as an increase within the body-stitch pattern every repeat