Willow Wren Wrap | PDF Knitting Pattern
Willow Wren Wrap | PDF Knitting Pattern
Willow Wren Wrap | PDF Knitting Pattern
Willow Wren Wrap | PDF Knitting Pattern
Willow Wren Wrap | PDF Knitting Pattern
Willow Wren Wrap | PDF Knitting Pattern
Willow Wren Wrap | PDF Knitting Pattern
Willow Wren Wrap | PDF Knitting Pattern
Willow Wren Wrap | PDF Knitting Pattern
Willow Wren Wrap | PDF Knitting Pattern
Willow Wren Wrap | PDF Knitting Pattern
Willow Wren Wrap | PDF Knitting Pattern
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Willow Wren Wrap | PDF Knitting Pattern

Please note: This pattern comes in digital form. After the purchase is complete you'll be automatically emailed the PDF file/s to download.

 

The Willow Wren Wrap features a simple slipped stitch pattern repeat that is easy to remember and makes for a relaxing project. (And there’s no purling despite being worked flat!).

Just the thing for a cold winters day, Willow Wren is big enough to keep all of you warm, yet lightweight so that you don’t tire of wearing it. You can style this wrap in many ways - a versatile piece for any wardrobe. Pictured worn both with and without a shawl pin.

You’ll need:

Yarn: Onion Nettle Sock Yarn (70% Merino, 30% Nettle Fibre) 
Yarn A: 8 x 50g balls Icicle (colour #1018) 
Yarn B: 2 x 50g balls Dusty Pink (colour #1029) 
Yarn C: 1 x 50g ball Mustard (colour #1016)

Or preferred colours. 

Or substitute 4ply / fingering weight yarn that meets tension requirements in following quantities: 1480 metres for Yarn A; 370 metres for Yarn B & 185 metres for Yarn C

Needles: 
3.25mm circular needle of at least 80cm length or size needed to obtain gauge.

Tension: 
29sts x 13 patt repeats = 10cm/4” in stitch pattern on 3.25mm needles

Skill Level: 
Techniques used are knitting & slipping stitches

Yarn and needles are linked where mentioned if they are available to purchase here.