Edna's Traveler by Gina Lynette

Edna's Traveler

May 2014
Lace ?
20 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in hdcs
4.0 mm (G)
1600 - 2200 yards (1463 - 2012 m)
Adjustable -- 3 sizes written with suggestions for additional versions
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Edna’s Traveler is currently in draft form for testing. It is being offered at a discount until the final version is released.

Think of it as a bit of a mystery CAL where you have a pretty good idea how it will end.

Edna’s Traveler is a tribute to the lovely Martina Behm’s knitted Viajante.

I have thoroughly enjoyed making these large, versatile wraps, so when my crocheting friends asked me to create a version for them I had to make it happen. I am thrilled that Martina has given me the go-ahead to do so!

Edna’s Traveler is crocheted using simple stitches -- mainly half double crochets and chains, with an edge option that uses double crochets -- but its size makes it a dramatic shawl/wrap/poncho/cowl.

The pattern offers recipe suggestions -- including several sizes and edge options -- and a Print & Go page for your project bag. It works well in a variety of yarn weights and amounts.

If you have questions about this pattern, please feel free to contact me or visit us in our CrochetWorks Group on Ravelry.

You are welcome to purchase this pattern and test it with us, or you may purchase it and leave it in your library until we work out the kinks.

You will automatically receive updates and the final version of the pattern as they are released.

Edna’s Traveler is named for my Great Aunt Edna who gave me the knitting bug as a young child and who never met a challenge — crafting or otherwise — that she couldn’t stare down or ply with a bowl of dumplin’s.