Modern Quilt Wrap
Errata for magazine pattern. This is a direct PDF download.
BEFORE YOU EVEN THINK OF CASTING ON!!!
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Pattern description from Folk Style & Knitting Daily: “What could be more comforting than being wrapped up in the warmth of a colorful quilt? Very loosely based on the traditional Log Cabin quilt block, Mags Kandis worked this wrap/oversized scarf square by square in the easy and satisfying mitered-square method of color knitting. This is as effortless as working in stripes, but the results are far more impressive. As this project is worked one color as a time, it’s perfect for thinking about and playing with color.”
About 16½” (42 cm) wide and 66” (168 cm) long, after blocking.
Sportweight (#2 Fine). Shown here: Rowan Kidsilk Haze (70% super kid mohair; 30% silk; 230 yd 210 m/25 g): #597 jelly (lime green; A), #596 marmalade (orange; B), #583 blushes (rose; C), #600 dewberry (lavender; D), #582 trance (medium blue; E), #578 swish (gold; F), #581 meadow (pale blue; G), #595 liqueur (dark red; H), and #588 drab (grey; I), 1 ball each.
Size 7 (4.5 mm). Note: a 16” (40 cm) bamboo circular needle is recommended. Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Marker (m); tapestry needle.
Small square measures 2¾” (7 cm) square; large square measures 5½” (14 cm) square, both after blocking.