Witty Banter Wrap by Megan Williams

Witty Banter Wrap

Knitting
May 2019
Light Fingering ?
24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Garter, blocked
US 4 - 3.5 mm
920 yards (841 m)
Finished Length: 54 inches, Width: 15 inches.
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This pattern is 1 of 6 wraps released weekly in the Wraptitude Collection.

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wit·ty /ˈwidē/ quick and inventive verbal humor.
ban·ter /ˈban(t)ər/ the playful and friendly exchange of teasing remarks.

The Witty Banter Wrap is a textured wrap with a styling loop, symmetrical shape, with distinct motifs bantering on each side of the chevron.

The unique construction and shape creates so many styling options! I have long envied how others effortlessly style their knitwear, and this wrap with the styling loop is my solution. You instantly have Wraptitude: Wrap + Aptitude. Each week I will post a video of another way to style the wraps in this collection!

In addition to the ease of styling, this wrap is inspired by my favorite conversational style. I love playfully exchanging humorous comments. Like witty banter conversations, the sections of this wrap have a back and forth, and each feeds into the next, with a little overlap. This wrap has a symmetrical shape, with distinct sections alternating between stripes and color blocks bantering on each side of the chevron. Both colors are alternated throughout each section.

Grab 2 skeins of yarn and enjoy some witty banter!

FINISHED SIZE:
Length from flat edge to chevron tip: 54 inches
Width at deepest point: 15 inches.

YARN:
Fingering weight - 460 yards in 100 grams per skein
1 full skein of 2 colors
Sample knit with
MC - Three Irish Girls - Adorn Luxe in colorway ‘Even My Accessories Have Superpowers’,
CC – Camel City Dyeworks – Salem in colorway ‘Silver Fox’.

SKILLS USED: Increases, Decreases, Slipped stitches

CONSTRUCTION: This wrap is cast-on and worked in the round, as an expanding triangle. Then one edge is bound-off, and the remaining sections are worked flat, maintaining the triangular bias.

This pattern was technically edited and test knit.

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