Wonder Woman Wrap (knit) by Carissa Browning
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Wonder Woman Wrap (knit)

Knitting
July 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 33 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
350 - 874 yards (320 - 799 m)
Wee[Wondrous]
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Now available in French, courtesy of PetitBoutdeMoi
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I tried to keep this pattern as simple as possible so it would be accessible to a wide range of knitters. However, some fairly basic short-rows were required to get the logo right. With that said, I think an advanced beginner, or even an adventurous newbie, could still handle it.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Span: 60(86) inches
Height at center: 11(22) inches

MATERIALS
Fingering weight yarn - 175(360)yds/160(330)m each of two colors
Wee sample:
Lazy Cat Yarns Endurance (75% merino, 25% nylon; 231yds/211m per 50g skein); 1 skein 102 Sweet Dreams, 1 skein Amber Waves
Wondrous sample:
Lazy Cat Yarns Opulence (70% merino, 20% silk, 10% cashmere; 437yds/400m per 100g skein); 1 skein 102 Sweet Dreams
Hedgehog Fibres Sock (90% merino, 10% nylon; 437yds/400m per 100g skein); 1 skein Pollen

US #4/3.5mm circular needle
Tapestry needle
5 stitch markers

GAUGE
17 sts/33 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch

ERRATA (corrected in current pdf for download):
In the Lower Triangle section, Row 1, the stitches themselves are correct, but I didn’t explicitly say to slip the marker. So it should read:

Row 1 (RS): k1, kfb, k to m, m1R, sm, k to m, sm, ssk, k17, m1R, pm, k1, m1L, w&t, k2, sm, k1 (instead of k3), w&t, k to m, m1R, sm, k1, m1L, k to previous wrapped st, kww, w&t, k to m, sm, k to previous wrapped st, kww, w&t 16 times, k to m, m1R, sm, k1, m1L, k to previous wrapped st, kww, k2tog, sm, k to m, sm, m1L, k to last 2 sts, kfb, k1. – 239 sts

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