Mira River Wrap by Tammy Canavan-Soldaat

Mira River Wrap

by Tammy Canavan-Soldaat
Knitting
January 2016
Lace ?
30 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
601 - 656 yards (550 - 600 m)
one size
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This pattern is available for €2.00 EUR
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Please note: This pattern is available for FREE on my website. However, by purchasing the printable PDF at a low price, you also support me as a designer! With your purchase, you will receive your choice between two PDF files. One is fully coloured, with photos, and the other is a simple, black and white version with no photos and just the essential information. (If you download the B&W version, you can find the beading tutorial on my website).

This wrap is named after a river near my hometown on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, Canada. When I chose the colour in the beginning and added the beads, the wavy pattern and sparkle instantly reminded me of the sun twinkling on the water of the Mira River, a place close to the hearts of many in the area where I grew up. The childhood memories warm my heart and I couldn’t have thought of a better name for this design.

This soft lace wrap will keep you warm in the winter but is thin enough to be rolled up and tucked away in your bag. The alpaca lace is lovely against the skin and as light as a cloud. It’s a little bit of luxury with a touch of bling!


Errata

Due to a miscalculation the original pattern called for approximately 300 beads. This should have read 950 beads.