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Mt. Brydges, Ontario, Canada

In addition to being a mother of two and a supply teacher, I am also an avid knitter. It is very rare that I will go more than a day without knitting something! On those days you will probably find ...

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Super Fuzzy Photography Wrap

from Hand Knit By Cara
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Super Fuzzy Photography Wrap
Super Fuzzy Photography Wrap
Super Fuzzy Photography Wrap
Super Fuzzy Photography Wrap
Super Fuzzy Photography Wrap
Super Fuzzy Photography Wrap

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knowledge of standard two needle knitting
  • Basic increase and decrease skills
  • Basic finishing skills

Pattern Description:

This is just about the simplest wrap pattern that you will ever find. This wrap is created using only knit stitches and simple increases/decreases, making it an easy project for even a beginner knitter to tackle! The finished product works as a wonderful photography prop with a huge number of uses - it can be wrapped around a newborn or pregnant belly or simply used as a basket liner or blanket. While this wrap looks similar to a pod or egg type design, this piece is actually knit flat. Through wrapping an infant in the blanket you can still get the pod/egg effect, as shown in the first two listing photo.

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Gauge is not really important with this pattern. If you want a tighter knit with smaller spaces, simply use smaller needles. For larger spaces, use larger needles. If you don't choose to use the yarn recommended, it is best to find a similar yarn with some bloom/fuzzy qualities to it.


  • 15mm straight needles
  • 1 ball Katia Ingenua yarn (approx. 115 yards needed)
  • Darning needle