Vividly by Petra Breakstone


March 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches
in pattern stitch
US 10 - 6.0 mm
6.0 mm (J)
300 - 390 yards (274 - 357 m)
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A wrap with many possibilities. Wear it vintage style to accentuate your bust and shoulders, wrap it around your neck for warmth, be daring and drape it around your hips just for the fun of it.

You should feel the fabric, it has a bounce to it, literally when knitted in the yarns used here. Using different textures helps bring more personality. So don’t be afraid to hold a few yarns together, as I did here.

The pattern also gives you instructions on how to make the pin that accents your wrap.

Written pattern for shawl in sizes S/M, L/XL, XXL/XXXL
Measurements unblocked: 42.5” x 10.5” / 45.5” x 11.5” / 51.5” x 13.5”
This is a great project for an advanced beginner~

Yarn used here:
Darlon a sport weight smooth dralon (1/ 2/ 2 skeins)
Mesa a fingering weight boucle with attitude and sheen (1/1/1 skein)
Linen a fingering weight smooth linen/viscose blend (2/2/2 skeins).
Knit with one strand each held together.
The texture is simply delicious. 300/ 330 /390 yards (275 m/ 305 m/ 360 m) of each yarn used.
Yarns are available at

Alternatively use a worsted weight yarn with a bit of texture

For the pin you need:
NOTE: Ring and clasp included in knit kit.
A ring (napkin, shower rings etc) about 2” (5cm) in diameter or larger.
Crochet hook
Pin back with safety clasp in the size accommodating your ring.
Sewing needle

Alternatively use a heavy worsted weight yarn.

Pattern tech edited and test knitted.


This pattern is part of an e-book called “Wrap it to me”