Wollemi Pine Wrap by Shara Made

Wollemi Pine Wrap

Knitting
November 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
16 stitches = 2 inches
in 1 pattern repeat is approx 5.5cm (2 1/8") wide.
US 3 - 3.25 mm
1039 - 1094 yards (950 - 1000 m)
38cm (15") x 220cm (86")
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The Wollemi Pine Wrap is perfect for use with yarn Advent Calendars, or leftover yarns from your favourite projects, or 3 x 100g skeins that you’ve been saving for a special project.
A simple combination of lace and brioche chevrons blends your colours together in a fun and interesting way, creating a pattern reminiscent of the glorious, ancient, rare and endangered Wollemi Pines of eastern Australia.
An applied i-cord edge, on all four sides, keeps everything nice and neat and contained, as well as being a great place to hide yarn ends at the end of the project :-)
Whether you’re knitting one section each day with a yarn Advent Calendar or working with a few select colours, you will have this addictive pattern finished in no time.
While this pattern has a Yarn Advent Calendar with 20g minis in mind, there are very easy instructions included to accomodate a yarn Advent Calendar that has 10g minis, so that you can make a scarf version.

Materials
-240g/950-1000m 4 ply/fingering weight/sock yarn in total. 20g/80m each of 24 different colours, such as a Yarn Advent Calendar, or scrap yarn. Or 3 x 100g skeins in 3 different colours. See Notes for alternative yarn amounts and/or to make a Wollemi Pine Scarf.
-3.25mm 80cm (32”) circular needles.
-5 stitch markers

Gauge/Tension
1 repeat of the Lace Section or Brioche Section should measure approx 5.5cm (2 1/8”) wide, after blocking. A completed repeat of one lace section & one brioche section should measure approx 8cm (3 1/8”) high (measured at the “spine” of a peak or valley), after blocking.
While exact gauge is not essential to the success of this pattern, if your gauge is dramatically different you may find that your yarn requirements are different. The most important factor is that you are making a knitted fabric that you like, so don’t be afraid to change your needle size to obtain this.