Ripple Effect Wrap by Xandy Peters

Ripple Effect Wrap

Knitting
May 2018
Aran (8 wpi) ?
See Pattern
US 8 - 5.0 mm
200 - 420 yards (183 - 384 m)
11 (17.5)" [8, 44.5 cm] wide and 64 (76)" [152, 193 cm] long rectangle
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The Ripple Effect Wrap is an openwork scarf or shawl perfect for adding color and texture to your summer wardrobe while you to stay cool. The unique stitch work is made using an easy i-cord technique called Lattice Knitting. You can learn the basic technique and find more info in these YouTube lessons. The net-like fabric does not use a lot of yardage; a scarf requires only a single skein. With two skeins, you can make a large wrap, ideal for the beach.

Finished Size: 11 (17.5)“ 8, 44.5 cm wide and 64 (76)” 152, 193 cm long rectangle
Yarn: 1 or 2 skeins Lang Sol Dégradé, 218 yards (199 meters) per 100g; 100% cotton. Shown in small size in color 59
Needles: Size 8 (5mm) needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
Gauge: Gauge is explained in pattern.
Other Materials: Blocking surface, steamer, pins, tapestry needle

Skills used in pattern: Knit, KFB, K2tog, Slip sts back, This pattern does not have any purled sts.

Edited by Liz Rolle
Photos by Beth Shepherd Peters