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Little Bear's Porridge - Reversible Wrap

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : Little Bear's Porridge - Reversible Wrap
Little Bear's Porridge - Reversible Wrap
Little Bear's Porridge - Reversible Wrap
Little Bear's Porridge - Reversible Wrap

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit in the round
  • Increases (Yo, kfb, pbf)
  • UK Treble Crochet stitch (instructions provided)

Pattern Description:

Easy to knit and easy to wear, this reversible oversized wrap is sure to become a seasonal favourite. Using super-chunky merino yarn, it is made up of five separate squares that are knit-in-the round, with alternating knit and purl elements and three different increases which make a subtle geometric pattern. The squares are then sewn together and a simple crochet border added. The result is a snuggly textured piece with a rustic vibe, which you'll want to 'cwtch up' in all winter.

This simple but effective knit is suitable for all levels.

Finished size is 38 cm x 138 cm after lightly blocking into shape. (Additional squares can be added to make it huge, and would require approximately 52g of additional yarn for each, plus extra for sewing up and the border).

If you wish to substitute yarns, please check the gauge as not all yarns marketed as "super chunky/bulky" knit to the same gauge and you may end up with a smaller wrap.

Gauge:

7.5 sts x 10 rows = 10cm x 10cm in st st

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 38 cm x 138 cm after light blocking

Materials:

  • 400g Rowan Drift

You Will Also Need:

  • 10 mm double pointed needles
  • 10 mm crochet hook
  • Needle for sewing up
  • Pins ( & optional wires) for blocking
  • Optional: 10 mm circular needles and stitch markers

Suggested yarn:

350 yards of Bulky weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Rowan Drift

Colorway:

China Clay (901)
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$4.25

Novice
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Women
Neckwear
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Hi, I'm Sarah - the knitaholic behind Crafts from the Cwtch blog. As well as knitting, I have recently learned to spin, and enjoy crochet too.

I've been knitting since 2011 and crocheting a ...

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