May 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
680 - 840 yards (622 - 768 m)
Small, large
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Pisac is named for a charming town in Peru’s Sacred Valley region, a keepsake of my visit to the artisan market there. This colorful market was overflowing with soft woolens and fascinating textiles, set against a stunning backdrop of terraced mountains, Incan ruins and a brilliant blue sky. I couldn’t resist trying to capture a little of what I saw in this triangular wrap.

Pisac is knitted in fingering-weight yarn from the top down. It is a medley of reversible textured stitch patterns that complement one another and are simple to work, finished with a delicate picot edging.

Pisac is both entertaining to knit and easy to wear. Keep it handy to warm your shoulders on a summer evening, or to wrap snugly around your neck on a brisk winter day.

Fully written instructions are provided, along with an optional chart for one of the stitch patterns.

Blocked dimensions:

Small - 56”/142 cm wingspan x 26”/66 cm deep
Large - 66”/168 cm wingspan x 31”/79 cm deep

Yarn requirements:

Small - 680 yds/622 m fingering-weight yarn, shown in Cloudborn Merino Superwash Sock Twist in Shaela Heather
Large - 840 yds/768 m fingering-weight yarn, shown in Cloudborn Merino Superwash Sock Twist in Dolphin Blue

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Also available as a kit from Craftsy!