The Radcliffe Reflection Wrap by Robin Hunter
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The Radcliffe Reflection Wrap

Knitting
September 2017
Sport (12 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in Stocking Stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1520 yards (1390 m)
Depth at edges: 8.5 inches (22 cm). Depth at centre (at end of point): 17 inches (43 cm). Length along curved top edge: 74 inches (188 cm). Length along curved bottom edge: 100 inches (254 cm).
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This elegant long crescent wrap with its shallow depth is the perfect cover-up. The design includes simple chevrons and lace in a changing palette of gradient colours. A slip stitch pattern borders each section. It is a project easy enough for the beginner lace knitter. The lace section has only 2 pattern rows and the wrong side rows are purled. The lace section is created using easy short rows (no wraps) worked outside the lace, which give the piece its crescent shape. The wrap is knitted in one piece starting at the bottom edge. The stitch patterns are written in text only, due to the simplicity of each stitch pattern.

Yarn:
1 Prism Merino Mia Gradient Pack: 100% Merino Wool, in colour Gradient Fuchsia, approximately 1520 yds (1390 m) to 16 oz (454 g). Each individual skein approximately
190 yds (174 m) to 2 oz (57 g).
Sample used 300 g in total. Gradients 1 - 4 had approximately 25 g or more left over. Gradients 5 - 8 were almost completely used up.