Pasvik

Knitting
May 2019
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1638 yards (1498 m)
One Size
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This pattern can be found in issue 8 of Laine Magazine.

The Pasvik wrap gets its name from a village in Northern Norway and features conifers and borealis, drawn in purl stitches against a stockinette stitch background.
The rectangular body of Pasvik is worked flat in two halves which are then grafted together so the Gansey-style motifs are perfectly symmetrical. The added-on border in 1 x 1 twisted ribbing is worked in
the round. Buttonholes are created by forming gaps at regular intervals when picking up stitches around the main body of the wrap, so it can become a modular garment. Unbuttoned, it is a simple wrap or a couch blanket. Buttoned up, it becomes a shrug/overcoat or a stylish poncho.
More ways to wear it can be explored, more buttons can be sewn, for everyone to find their own style and feel comfortable.

SIZE
One Size

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Longer edge: 67.5” / 170 cm.
Shorter edge: 27.5” / 70 cm.

MATERIALS
Yarn: 6 skeins of Gilliatt by De Rerum Natura (100% carded merino, 273 yds / 250 m –100 g), colourway Poivre et Sel. Or approx. 1638 yds / 1500 m of worsted weight yarn.

Needles: US 7 / 4.5 mm 50” / 120 cm circular needles, and an extra US 7 / 4.5 mm or smaller circular needles for kitchener stitch.

Notions: Stitch markers, tapestry needle, 12 1.1” / 28 mm buttons.

GAUGE
18 sts x 27 rows to 4” / 10 cm on US 7 / 4.5 mm needles in stockinette stitch, after blocking.