Sunset Infinity Wrap by Jackie Erickson-Schweitzer

Sunset Infinity Wrap

June 2012
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in blocked stitch pattern (approx 5 sts/" over stockinette)
US 7 - 4.5 mm
585 yards (535 m)
40" circumference by 16" long (101.6 by 40.64 cm) as measured between outer edges of scallops along top and bottom of the tube; guidance for adjusting the size is included in the project instructions;
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Circle your shoulders in a soft glow of color when the air begins to cool at sunset.

The pictured model is knitted with a slow striping yarn in a textured beaded lace pattern stitch reminiscent of the hues of backlit clouds along the horizon of a beautiful sunset over a glacial lake.

This infinity wrap is knit circularly as a large tube with lace eyelets worked on 5 of the 6 pattern rounds. If you have not knit lace where there is lace patterning every row, the Sunset Wrap is a good introduction. And even if you have, you’ll enjoy how relaxing and fun this project is.

The beads give just a hint of light as though the last rays of sun are reflecting off wisps of clouds on the horizon.

Because Sunset Wrap is pleasingly reversible, you can wear it in a variety of ways.

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