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Lime Stripe is another design from my continuing exploration of Sequence Knitting. This wrap is made using a mulit-colored Folio striped with a coordinating solid also in Folio. Both are knit in a two-row stripe employing a simple, one-row broken garter ribbing stitch. The band is knit in the same stitch pattern using a contrasting solid. This w...
Mira Monte is another design from my continuing exploration of Sequence Knitting. This wrap is made using a random, self-striping merino knit in a simple, one-row repeat based on broken garter ribbing. The button band is a non-functioning design element; pretty buttons with no button holes.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
Colorful stripes in garter stitch give this baby blanket cheer and warmth. While the pattern looks complicated, every row is the same simple knit-purl sequence. The fun is in the selection of colors for the stripe. I chose five rainbow colors, you’re welcome to use more or fewer.
Feather-weight poncho in stockinette stitch featuring a garter band across the bottom edge. This simple poncho is made from a rectangle folded in half and seamed. A loose turtleneck is created by picking up and knitting around the neck opening. This lightweight and cozy wrap can be styled any number of ways by spinning it around the body.
Timeless style; this wrap was first designed in 2008. The fashion for wraps has come back around. Knit a simple rectangle with armholes, add exaggerated braid cables and bold ribbing and you have a wrap. You’ll be toasty warm with the garment worn on or off the shoulders.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Inspired by the Garter Trap, the Striped Trap is a stockinette stitch alternative. This trapezoidal shawl uses stripes of a solid and busy multi colored yarn. This project is a sure thing to keep your hands busy while your mind is elsewhere. Wear it any way you choose; long and loose or tied up cozily.
The Berroco Design Team in conjunction with Eva’s Yarn Shop in Fairhaven, MA designed this scarf. Show your support for Boston and knit or crochet a Boston Strong scarf. Please consider donating to The One Fund to help the victims of the marathon bombing at onefundboston.org. Thank you!