Rosanna Wrap

from Triona Designs

Rosanna Wrap Pattern


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Knitting: Rosanna Wrap
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic lace skills-yarn overs
  • Decreases
  • Knitting and purling through the back loops
  • Photo tutorial for making knotted fringe is included in the pattern.

Pattern Description:

Rosanna Wrap is a classy addition to any wardrobe!

The wrap is worked from end to end in a fairly simple lace pattern (suitable for an advanced beginner or intermediate-level knitter) and then may be finished with knotted fringe, if desired.

The reverse side of the wrap is different, but also attractive (see picture below).

Pattern includes written instructions and chart, as well as a photo tutorial for making the optional knotted fringe.


23 sts/26 rows = 4 inches/10 cm in Zigzag Lace Stitch after blocking

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 75 in (191 cm) long, 13 in (33 cm) wide


  • YARN: madelinetosh tosh merino light (100% merino; 420 yds/384 m per 100g skein); color Tart; 2 skeins. To make the wrap the size indicated, you will need about 700 yds (640 m) of fingering-weight yarn without fringe, and about 750 yds (686 m) with fringe.
  • NEEDLES: US #6 [4.0 mm] straight needles (or circular if preferredpiece is worked back and forth in rows)

You Will Also Need:

  • NOTIONS: Yarn needle; piece of cardboard and crochet hook if making fringe

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light



About Designer

About Designer

Triona Murphy on

I began designing patterns in 2011. I gravitate toward designs with clean lines and contemporary (but not too contemporary!) stylings. I strive to make my designs available to knitters in as wide a range of sizes as possible.

Things I love: cables, simple lace, strong lines, designs that look far more complicated to make than they actually are, and beautiful, saturated colors complementing ...

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