Santa Fe Wrap by Anne Podlesak
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Santa Fe Wrap

Knitting
October 2015
DK (11 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 29 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch, after blocking
US 8 - 5.0 mm
1900 - 2050 yards (1737 - 1875 m)
One size: 64" (160 cm) long x 24" (61 cm) wide

This long rectangular wrap features colorful stripes and a mosiac (slip-stitch) pattern on each end. It is knit from one short end to the center, and then the second half is knit to match. The ends are then grafted together at the center.

Yarn Requirements:
Main Color (Spice - brown): 4 skeins.
Contrast Color D (Black): 2 skeins.
Contrast Colors A, B, C and E: 1 skein of each color.

Inspiration: Santa Fe is New Mexico’s capital city. It has an eclectic mix of architecture that features neutral-colored adobe walls, but many homes throughout the city have wooden doors and trim painted a brilliant turquoise blue or purple.

This shawl is also available as a kit in the original yarn/colorways at Wooly Wonka Fibers.