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For yarns you just want to combine…

I designed this simple wrap for two reasons: 1) I came across the new Wollmeise Rolls with their compelling, slow colour changes, and 2) I wanted a project simple enough that I could do “knitting and…” I knit and talked. Knit and read. Knit and watched TV. Knit and played board games. It was a lovely process, and now the product is lovely!

If you want to use 100g skeins, I’ve written the pattern for use with 3 individual skeins as well. It’s simple to adjust for length or width, and is a great place to play with leftovers and mini-skeins.

Skills Used
•knit and purl

Width: 17” / 43 cm Length: 87” / 221 cm
easily adapted

2 Wollmeisen Rolls (150 g), Rohrspatz & Wollmeise (574 yd. / 525 m); 1148 yd. / 1050 m total Colourways shown: Admiral in den Wolken and Sündig und Verrucht

If using yarn other than the Rolls:
fingering weight yarn
Colour 1: 385 yd. / 350 m, approx. 100 g 
Colour 2: 385 yd. / 350 m, approx. 100 g; split into 2 50 g balls (C2a and C2b)
Colour 3: 385 yd. / 350 m, approx. 100 g

Note: When you are choosing yarn for the 3-skein version, be aware that all three colours will stripe against each other.

US 7 / 4.5 mm circular needles, 24” / 60 cm or longer, or size needed to get gauge

•Notions: darning needle

This pattern has been tech edited and test knit.

You will get a PDF (1MB) file

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