Phemonoe is a generous, spiral-shaped wrap. Initially worked in repeating, nested crescents to achieve the length, it is finished with a lacy border worked in rows along outside edge.
In the myths, Phemonoe was a Greek poetess and the daughter of Apollo and Delphi. She was reputed to be the author of the Delphic maxim, “Know thyself.”
The wrap is 12.5 in. (31.8 cm) at the widest point by 68 in. (173 cm) tip to tip along the inner curve.
The following stitches were used: chain; foundation single crochet; half double crochet; single crochet; slip stitch; treble crochet; two double crochet cluster; two treble crochet cluster.
The pattern pdf includes 12 photos, and Gina has provided recipe advice for shortening and lengthening the wrap as well as for yarn usage. She has also included the “print and go” page in case you want to print the pattern without printing the photos.
We would like to thank our wonderful testers, JMN and ctarski. They each did a fabulous job testing for us. One worked the wrap in several colors, and the other worked it in a heavier weight of yarn. So, there are multiple options for crocheters to consider.
Please send me a message if you have any questions about this design, or join us in our group, CrochetWorks. We love to chat about crochet and yarn:)