Wenonah Wrap by Kirsten Kapur

Wenonah Wrap

Knitting
October 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20.5 stitches and 44 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch, Unblocked
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1450 yards (1326 m)
One Size Approximately 21” (53.5 cm) wide x 79.25” (201.5 cm) long
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This pattern contains a separate file with notes on color theory to help in selecting colors for your wrap.
The pattern also includes a link to a tutorial on weaving in ends as you knit.

The Wenonah Wrap uses the intarsia method to create bold blocks of color. This deceptively simple technique allows for color blocking without having to join pieces at the end. I have arranged my colors to mimic a plaid. If you would like to achieve this look you will find notes in the color theory document that is included with the pattern.

Amounts needed per color:

Color A (Gold in Sample): 380 yds (347 m)
Color B (Orange in Sample): 390 yds (357 m)
Color C (Plum in Sample): 280 yds (256 m)
Color D (Burgundy in Sample): 400 yds (366 m)

Note: These yardages are approximate and are based on the yarn used in the sample. They are given to assist you in substituting yarns. Be sure to allow extra, as different yarns may not use the same amounts shown here, and even slight differences in gauge will impact the amount of yarn used.

Colors Used in Sample:
One skein each of the following:
Color A: Tumeric 2
Color B: Blood Orange 1
Color C: Amethyst 1
Color D: Brick 2