This garter stitch wrap is knit at a relatively open gauge, and uses the better part of a 150g skein of fingering weight BFL, plus just about all of a 20g mini skein in a fun coordinating color. It can be worn as a scarf, a cowl, or a stole. The 4 holes can be used to secure the piece around your neck or shoulders, or even as simple places to put your wrists and hold the piece in place.
14 stitches and 28 rows = 4" (10 cm) in garter stitch
14.25” x 70 “ (36 x 178 cm)
provisional cast on, knit stitch, picking up stitches, using waste yarn to hold live stitches, icord bind off, magic loop (or other small diameter knitting method), stretchy bind off
Recommended: have a gram scale handy to weigh your yarn to make sure you use the right amount of yarn!
This is a beginner friendly project, and showcases hand-dyed yarn.
This project has been technically edited and test knit.
Yarn Support: Lavender Lune Yarn Co
Tech Editing: Jennifer Riester
Test Knitting: Cristina G, Julie H., Debbie J., Emily J., Cathy N., Karen P., Lis P., and Elizabeth W.
Photography: Dan Cohen