Wray Wrap

Knitting
March 2024
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
23 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in Fountain Lace (Chart D)
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
800 yards (732 m)
One Size - 15.25" (39 cm) wide x 74" (188 cm) long
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Wray Wrap is a nostalgic nod to the Roaring Twenties, and the beautiful lace and ornamentation of the era. It is a beautiful lightweight layer for when you need just a touch of elegance and warmth.

This is the third in a trio of patterns inspired by Art Deco, and knit up in Midknit Cravings Light Linen Merino single ply yarn. All three are available together as part of the eBook Flapper Trio.

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Wray Wrap is knit flat and in two identical pieces. A series of charts based on a 16 stitch repeat progress from the scalloped edge to the centre of the wrap. The stitches are put on hold while the second half is knit, then both halves are grafted together at the middle of the stole. The lace pattern is charted only.

Sizing
One size.
15.25” (39 cm) wide x 74” (188 cm) long.

The width of the wrap can easily be altered by casting on more or less stitches than prescribed for the cast on in multiples of 16. The length of the wrap can be altered by working more or less repeats of Chart B and/or Chart D.

Gauge
On US Size 6 (4 mm) needles, after blocking:
23 sts/ 24 rows in 4” (10 cm) in Chart D (Fountain Lace)

One repeat wide by 3 repeats long of Chart D (16 sts/ 24 rows) is 3” x 4” (7.5 cm x 10 cm)

Gauge is not important for this wrap, but differences in gauge will affect the finished size and yardages used.

Yarn
Midknit Cravings Yarn Co. Light Linen Merino, fingering weight, 90% Merino wool 10% Linen, 394 yards (360 m) per 100g skein, OR
Any single ply wool yarn that knits to gauge.

Yardage Required: 800 yards OR 732 meters.

Sample shown in Cobblestone.

Techniques Used
Long-Tail Cast-on
Grafting
Reading Charts