The Sandy Wrap by Shireen Nadir

The Sandy Wrap

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Knitting
March 2015
Light Fingering ?
26 stitches = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 3 - 3.25 mm
525 - 500 yards (480 - 457 m)
62" x 12.5", Adjustable
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Sandy is named after my mom, because my mom loves bright, tropical colours, and silky, luxurious textures. This feminine shawl is light-as-air openwork, worked all in one piece from end to end.

Sandy is given in charted form only. The ability to read your knitting will be very helpful, as there is patterning on both sides (don’t be intimidated, it’s only 4 rows out of the 28-row repeat). On pages 7 & 8 you will find photo tutorials on how to increase and decrease on the wrong side of your knitting.

Tanis Fiber Arts Silver Label Mulberry Silk is the perfect yarn for Sandy, giving you a piece that is both delicate and luxurious with incredible drape, but can totally be thrown on over jeans or a sundress to keep the sun off your shoulders.

The 500 yard skein results in a generously sized piece at 62” x 12.5”. Instructions are given for adjusting the size of the piece on page 2.

Blogged here; http://thebluebrick.ca/2015/03/01/celebrating-with-sandy/