The Belvedere Wrap
Contrasting garter stitch and simple eyelet lace sections create a mix of colours and textures in this project. It’s an entertaining knit that keeps you interested with easy stitch patterns and shaping worked at the same time. The shawl is worked sideways creating an asymmetrical triangle shape. It’s easy to wear and perfect for wrapping around your neck. Starting from one narrow point, the stitches increase on one edge and decrease on the opposite edge.
10 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches (10 cm) over garter stitch using #10 US (6 mm) needle.
20 stitches and 44 rows = 4 inches (10 cm) over garter stitch using #6 US (4 mm) needle.
Yarn: Red Version
1 skein Prism Saki Layers fingering weight yarn: 80% Merino, 20% Nylon, in colour Ruby, approximately 430 yds (393 m) to 4 oz (113 g).
1 skein Prism Wild Stuff Half: Rayon, Cotton, Nylon, Kid Mohair, Bamboo, Tencel, Wool, Alpaca, Poly, in colour Lipstick, approximately 150 yds (137 m) to 3-4 oz (85-113 g).
#10 US (6 mm) 32 inch circular (80 cm).
Yarn: Blue Version
2 skeins Prism Saki Layers fingering weight yarn: 80% Merino, 20% Nylon, in colour Deep Sea, approximately 430 yds (393 m) to 4 oz (113 g).
#6 US (4 mm) 32 inch circular (80 cm).