Simple but eye-catching lace in a drapey, fun-to-knit shape? Check.
Lots of room for color play and interesting yarns? Definitely.
Great for stashbusting? There’s a free worksheet to help you with that.
And because of its construction, Seeworthy is easy to shorten (or lengthen) as you desire. Whether you’re just starting out on your knitting journey or well down the road, the Seeworthy Wrap will keep you engaged and give you a finished piece to be proud of.
I know, I know. It should be “seaworthy,” right? Well, as I was knitting, something about the pattern—the arrows reaching out, maybe, or the way each section stands distinct but also in relation to its neighbors?—brought to mind the idea of standing up and allowing yourself to be seen. Then, when I saw Seeworthy spread out on the blocking mats for the first time, all I could think of was arms outstretched, taking up space in the world. And since that seemed too important to keep to myself, I knew I had to tie it into Seeworthy’s name and story.
We must remember—must believe—that all of us, no matter who we are, are worthy as we are. With its strong lines, flowing arrows, and many opportunities for personalization, it seems to me that Seeworthy can be a visual reminder of that. Let’s see and be seen. The world will be better for it <3
Pattern is both written and charted, and Seeworthy has been tech edited and test knit, so you can cast on with confidence.SIZE
Long edge: 95” / 241.5cm
Width: 19” / 48.5cm wide
Measurements taken after firm blocking.YARN
C1: approximately 375 yd / 343 m of fingering weight yarn
C2: approximately 359 yd / 329 m of fingering weight yarn
C3: approximately 431 yd / 395 m of fingering weight yarn
Totals include a 15% buffer. Wrap can be worked in more than three colors, and pattern includes a note about altering the size to accommodate different put-ups and preferences.
Shown in McMullin Fiber Co. Posh Sock (80% Merino, 10% Cashmere,10% Nylon; 420 yd / 384 m per 115 g / 4 oz skein) in the following colors:
C1: 1 skein, shown in Butterscotch
C2: 1 skein, shown in Lavender
C3: 1 skein, shown in October MistNEEDLES
US 4 / 3.5 mm needles of choice for working flat, or size needed to obtain gauge
Optional: needles of choice for working flat one size smaller than main needles (for mesh sections; sample was knit using a single needle size)NOTIONS
1 stitch marker, tapestry needleGAUGE
23 stitches and 30 rows = 4” / 10 cm in stockinette stitch after firm blocking. Gauge is not crucial but will affect yardage used and final dimensions.TECHNIQUES
Singe and double decreases, single increases, yarn overs. Pattern includes links to more information about required stitches and techniques.Here’s how testers described knitting Seeworthy:
elegant, fun, portable, addicting, satisfying, relaxing, easy to get into a groove, a good stashbuster, engaging, customizable, a good advanced beginner project, interesting without being complicated, causes “just one more row” syndrome, a great canvas for experimentation, versatile.
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