Key Largo Lace Wrap by Hannah Siegmund

Key Largo Lace Wrap

June 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches
in Gauge tested over a 5" square - multiple of 6 plus 3
2.75 mm (C)
3.75 mm (F)
1000 - 1400 yards (914 - 1280 m)
Adult Size - Wrap can be made in any width or length.
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This wrap is designed using a light fingering weight bamboo yarn, which is perfect for the hot summers in Florida! You can use lace, light fingering, or regular fingering yarns for this pattern and any kind of fiber you like. Bamboo, cotton, or linen will be cooler for summer wear, and acrylic or animal fibers such as wool and alpaca will make a warmer material. The pattern repeat is laid out below so that you can make this wrap as thin or wide as you prefer. Gauge measurements are provided for both light fingering and fingering weights of yarn inside the pattern.

This wrap can be made in any width or length by adding or subtracting repeats! Instructions for this are clearly laid out in the pattern.

This wrap is named after Key Largo, the first island in the Florida Keys. I got engaged there on New Year’s Eve, and the Key Largo Lace Wrap is inspired by that special memory. My heart was full of joy while designing this wrap, and I hope this pattern will bring you happiness as you make it!