This is a top down crescent shaped wrap. The body is worked almost entirely in garter st with some eyelets worked in main and contrast colours for effect. The wrap has a small lace section worked at the beginning and this lace pattern is again repeated at the border, along with a mesh texture at the wing tips.
The pictures show 2 samples made using the same pattern but with two different yarn weights. So one (grey and black) is lighter and smaller and can be worn as a scarf, the other is bigger and heavier and works well as a wrap or shawl.
Finished Measurements: Length between tips: 60” (152cm), depth: 16” (40cm).
Yarn: The Yarn Collective Fleurville 4 ply (382 yds/ 350m, 100% Merino wool, 100g).
Sample uses 2 skeins in MC and 1 skein in CC or 460 yds (420m) in MC and 375 yds (342m) in CC of fingering weight yarn.
Shown here in colourways Rose (MC: pink) and Lily (CC: white).
The sample in red and grey is made with light fingering weight and hence is smaller and lighter in size.
Sample uses 2 skeins of Alpaca Isager 2 (MC: grey) and 1 skein of Zauberball 100 (CC: red)
Needles: US size 5 (3.75mm) needles or size needed to obtain gauge.
Gauge: 24 sts and 48 rows = 4” (10cm) in garter st after blocking.