Rockrose Wrap by Charlotte Walford
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Rockrose Wrap

Knitting
October 2014
Lace ?
24 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Leaf lace pattern
US 3 - 3.25 mm
US 4 - 3.5 mm
875 yards (800 m)
One Size - adjustable
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Inspired by blooming flowers, this wrap features a selection of botanical inspired lace patterns including an unusual original lace border using beautiful Estonian lace stitches.

I wanted to play with transitions between different stitch patterns by modifying one pattern to blend into the next to create an interesting knit. None of the stitch patterns has a long repeat so you will quickly get into a satisfying rhythm!

The wrap begins with a provisional cast on at the centre and is then worked outwards in two identical halves, starting with a simple lace pattern reminiscent of leaves, which then transitions smoothly into a gently undulating pattern of petals and finishes with a delicate edging of blooms and a beaded picot cast off.

All lace patterns have both charts and written instructions so you can work from whichever you prefer.

Finished size: One size, approx. 35.5cm x 195.5cm (14” x 77”) after blocking

Yarn: Fyberspates Gleem Lace (55% Bluefaced Leicester Wool, 45% Silk, 800m per 100g skein), shade #706/Sea Green, 1 skein

Needles: 3.25mm (US 3) and 3.5mm (US 4) straight

Notions: Crochet hook in a similar size to needles for provisional cast on, waste yarn, stitch markers (optional), 1.0mm crochet hook for beaded cast off, approx. 90 beads (size 8 or larger), tapestry needle.

Techniques used (all explained in the pattern): provisional crochet cast on, intermediate lace patterns, beading with a crochet hook.

Thank you to Jeni of Fyberspates for her encouragement and allowing me to use the beautiful pictures from their photoshoot.

This pattern has been test knitted and professionally tech edited.

Thank you to Len4ik for test knitting this pattern for me! You can see her lovely version here.