Wren Fairisle Yoke by Marie Wallin

Wren Fairisle Yoke

September 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
29 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in Stocking stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
500 - 600 yards (457 - 549 m)
S (32-34 in), M (36-38 in), L (40-42 in), XL (44-46 in), XXL (48-50 in)
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‘WREN’ is one of two designs I have created using Baa Ram Ewe’s Titus yarn and is one of my first designs not using Rowan yarn! It has been such a pleasure designing with this lovely 4ply yarn as it is beautifully soft and a dream to knit with. This design is a fitted shape and will equally look good with a tweed skirt or a pair of jeans. It is a good first fairisle garment to knit if you are new to fairisle knitting as it is worked entirely in the round and therefore knitted constantly on the right side.

I hope that you enjoy knitting and wearing this design.

PATTERN NOTE: The yarn quantities quoted in the pattern are for 100g hanks for ENDEAVOUR and AIRE only and 10g hanks for all the other colours. If buying all 100g hanks then you will need 1 hank of each colour except for ENDEAVOUR.

The printed pattern can be purchased from http://www.mariewallin.com/printed.html

The yarn can be purchased from www.baaramewe.co.uk


The yardage quoted is based on size SMALL.

The colours in Baa Ram Ewe Titus needed to knit ‘WREN’ are as follows, the actual weight used is in brackets:


Endeavour - 3 x 100gm hank (wt - 220g)
Goathland - 1 x 10gm hank (wt - 6g)
Bantam- 2 x 10gm hank (wt - 13g)
Parkin - 1 x 10gm hank (wt - 5g)
Rhubarb - 1 x 10gm hank (wt - 3g)
Dalby - 2 x 10gm hank (wt - 16g)
Chevin - 2 x 10gm hank (wt - 10g)
Eccup - 1 x 10gm hank (wt - 6g)
Aire - 1 x 100gm hank (wt - 35g)

For more information, see: http://www.mariewallin.com/garment-patterns.html