Pembroke Wrap by Andrea Rangel
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Pembroke Wrap

Knitting
August 2011
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
9 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in leaf lace pattern
US 13 - 9.0 mm
260 yards (238 m)
46" wide at top edge and 25" high at point, after blocking.
This pattern is available for $7.00 USD
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Errata available: andrearangel.com

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PLEASE NOTE: lace pattern stitches are charted only.

Snuggle up in Pembroke, where chunky yarn gives a modern twist to the traditional triangle shape. The easy lace knits up quickly for a piece that’s as warm and instantly gratifying as a steaming mug of cocoa. Perfect for gift knitting, as an addition to your own wardrobe, or both!

This pattern is now available as a Ravelry download.
As of January 28, 2014, the pattern includes supplementary charts to make a larger shawl (56 in/142 cm wingspan). The larger shawl requires about 340 yd/310 m of yarn.

Like Pembroke? Try Sentiment, super bulky crescent-shaped shawl with a delicate lace edging.

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Gauge
9 sts/10 rows = 4 in/10 cm in Leaf Lace Pattern

Finished Measurements
Wingspan: 46 in/117 cm
Center-to-point: 25 in/63.5 cm

Materials
260 yd/240 m super bulky weight yarn

Needle sizes are recommendations only. Always use needle size necessary to obtain gauge.
US #13/9.00 mm needles
N/9 mm crochet hook

tapestry needle
waste yarn
place markers

Skills
provisional cast on, working lace using charted instructions

For more info about the construction method, check out this blog entry.