Worked from the bottom up, short rows and decreases create a gentle curve to form a wrap that will stay in place. You can create another unique look with this versatile wrap by crossing the ends around your body and fastening at the back with a ribbon threaded through the eyelets to form a laced closure.
Donegal Yarns “Aran Tweed” (100% wool; 88 yd./80m per 50g skein); Color: Deep Red (4754); 8 skeins
NOTE: This yarn is also sold under the “Kilcarra” and “Studio Donegal” labels.
US 9 (5.5mm) circular needle, 60” (150cm) length, or size needed to obtain gauge
Central Cable Panel, single repeat: 3” (7.5cm) deep x 3.75” (9.5cm) wide
Left or Right Cable-and-Lace Chart, single repeat: 1” (2.5cm) deep x 5.25” (13.5cm) wide
Gauge is given after blocking.
Page 106: Final paragraph Next Row (WS): K1, P4,….P4 16 times, k1.
Page 107, Left Cable-and-Lace Chart, Sts 12-17, Row 1 should be C3 over 3 left cable.
Chart labels are mixed up, Left Cable-and-Lace Chart should be the Right one and the Right one should be the left one.