Diamond Peak Wrap by Kelli Slack

Diamond Peak Wrap

April 2017
DK (11 wpi) ?
23 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 3 - 3.25 mm
550 - 600 yards (503 - 549 m)
14 inches wide by 62 inches long
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Wending cables and zigzag lace grace this lace edged wrap. Named for the Diamond Peak Mountain in Oregon, the cables, lace, and shapes will hopefully remind you of some of the majesty of the mountain and the many activities that may be found there. If you ever find yourself in the Willamette National Forest, looking for a trail to hike there is a popular one that travels the mountain. Should you be a skier, the slopes are popular in the winter. For those of us who prefer a less strenuous experience, I think the mountains photographs well too!

This pattern is meant for an intermediate knitter or a more experienced mid-level knitter as the chart can be difficult to follow.
Both written and charted directions are included in this pattern. Please read the entire pattern before beginning.

Yarn: 2 Skeins Teresa Ruch Designs 3/2 Tencel, 100%
Tencel, 312 yards, color Lavender

Needle: US 3 (3.25 mm) Signature Steel Interchangeable circular needles or needles to obtain gauge

Gauge: 5.7 stitches per inch (spi) and 7 rows per inch (rpi) OR 23 stitches & 28 rows to 4 inches/10 cm in stockinette

Size: Approximately 62 inches long and 14 inches wide

To alter the size: Add or subtract repeats of the chart OR adjust your gauge to increase or decrease the length of the wrap as needed.

Other Notions Needed: tapestry needle