The Glenhost Wrap by Robin Hunter

The Glenhost Wrap

April 2016
Sport (12 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
742 yards (678 m)
Finished Measurements Length: 72 inches (183 cm) across the top edge. Depth: 23 inches (58 cm) at the centre point.
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Glenhost is an asymmetrical triangle shawl with a mix of very simple stitches.

It was designed with Americo Original Winter Flamme Yarn, but would look great with any two solid colour yarns. There are segments of garter stitch mixed with stripes which are worked in a textural stitch to create a reversible fabric.

This wrap is worked by starting from one narrow point. The stitches increase on one side and decrease on the opposite edge. This method creates a triangle with long points to wrap around your neck, tie or pin into place. The combination of a blended alpaca and wool yarn knitted at a loose gauge creates a very soft fabric with drape.

2 skeins Americo Original Winter Flamme, one in each colour; 6087 Bordeaux
and K218 Petrol Blue: 69% Superfine Alpaca, 31% wool, approximately
371 yds (340 m) to 100 grams.
#6 US (4 mm) circular, 32 inch (80 cm) length.
#10 US (6 mm) recommended, but not required, for cast off.
Tapestry needle.
Stitch markers.
Blocking tools.