Wred Wrap!

See this holey piece of knitting?

When finished and artfully draped about my shoulders, it will be my long-wanted cotton wrap to throw on when I don't want to bother with a sweater or jacket.

Simplicity itself. Using Nature Cotton by Araucania, a Worsted / 10 ply Cotton in Cherry Red, I cast on, did a few garter rows, then kept three garter stitches at the left and right edges. Using stockinette stitch with a row of yarn-over every several rows, I am making an open, light wrap on size 15s. This softly-soft yarn is a thick and thin which adds a nice texture and is very easy on the hands.

In other knitting news, the Sensational Sampler Afghan steams ahead. I am doubling the size of each square in the Lily Chin pattern and added this block of moss stitch just because I like moss stitch. Oatmeal is the color and Berroco Comfort is the yarn for this wedding gift.


O Lord, you alone are my hope. I've trusted you, O Lord, from childhood.
~ Psalm 71:5

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

My favorite patterns are ones that can be mastered quickly and continued until you reach "desired length". If only all patterns were so. Excellent shawl design!