Making Connections Wrap by Megan Williams

Making Connections Wrap

Knitting
May 2019
Light Fingering ?
24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Garter, blocked
US 1 - 2.25 mm
920 yards (841 m)
Finished Length: 60 inches, Width: 14 inches.
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This pattern is available for $6.00.

This pattern is 1 of 6 wraps released weekly in the Wraptitude Collection.

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Life isn’t a list of bullet points; you have to connect the dots.

The Making Connections Wrap is a textured wrap with a styling loop, symmetrical shape, with mirrored motifs on each side of the chevron.

The unique construction and shape creates so many styling options! I have long envied how others effortlessly style their knitwear, and this wrap with the styling loop is my solution. You instantly have Wraptitude: Wrap + Aptitude. Each week I will post a video of another way to style the wraps in this collection!

In addition to the ease of styling, this wrap is inspired by the connections we make, through crafting, on Ravelry, or even while KALing. The styling loop is the metaphorical dot that makes the connection with the rest of the wrap when styling. This wrap has a symmetrical shape, with sections alternating between stripes and many different textures, as well as 1 color and 2 color sections.

Grab 2 skeins of yarn, join the KAL and make a connection with this wrap!

FINISHED SIZE:
Length from flat edge to chevron tip: 60 inches
Width at deepest point: 14 inches.

YARN:
Fingering weight - 460 yards in 100 grams per skein
1 full skein of 2 colors
Sample knit with Suburban Stitcher – Sock, colorways: MC – Blue Lagoon, CC – Pink Flamingo.

SKILLS USED: Increases, Decreases, Slipped stitches

CONSTRUCTION: This wrap is cast-on and worked in the round, as an expanding triangle. Then one edge is bound-off, and the remaining sections are worked flat, maintaining the triangular bias.

This pattern was technically edited and test knit.