Ponder Wrap by Marsha Healey

Ponder Wrap

October 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
25 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch in the round
US 6 - 4.0 mm
3.0 mm
2375 - 2400 yards (2172 - 2195 m)
s/m m/l
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This beautiful wrap is a blanket with sleeves. It is meant to drape and snuggle into with your favourite book or beverage. Wear is as a wrap with the front open for your day to day or wear it in reverse as you snuggle down in your favourite chair and knit a new project.
This wrap is so versatile and easy to knit, and is perfect for movie watching knitting or visiting as the pattern is easy to follow.
This knit is rated as an intermediate because it has a different kind of cast on, that makes the hole in the middle disappear.

I hope you enjoy this amazing, relaxing knit.

Things you will need
4mm (6 US) circular needles with at least 40inch cable (or size required to obtain gauge)
3mm (3 US) Crochet hook
Tapestry needle to weave in the ends
Five stitch markers

Five 100 gram skeins of fingering weight yarn with at least 434 metres (475 yards).
There are two sizes listed small/medium and medium/large. The difference in the sizing is the space across the back and the diminished length/width. The shrug is to be worn large, the small/medium size is for petite persons.
Red sample done in West Coast Colour thockies and grey one is done in Madeline Tosh fingering single ply in smokestack.

In stockinette blocked gauge:
4 inches/10cm = 25 stitches x 34 rows
Measurements Blocked:
Width at bottom edge 80 inches
Depth from collar to bottom edge 2’ 4.5”
Front to sleeve hole 9”
Back from sleeve to sleeve 38”/42.5”
Sleeve Length 6.5