Blue Sky Fibers

Windom Silk Wrap

The Classic Series

Design by Virginia Sattler-Reimer

$9.00

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The Windom Silk Wrap has an exquisite blend of color and sheen. Knit with five hanks of Alpaca Silk, this luxurious piece can be worn as a wrap or a scarf. Beautiful drape and stylish stripes, this easy to knit piece is everyday glamour.

Pattern No. 20173

YARN:

Alpaca Silk or Metalico (Sport Weight) (50% Alpaca, 50% Silk; 50g/146yds): 1 hank A, 1 hank B, 1 hank C, 1 hank D, 1 hank E

 

NEEDLES:

Size 8 (5.0mm) 40″ circular needles, or size needed to obtain gauge

 

 

SKILL LEVEL:

Advanced Beginner

 

GAUGE:

In stockinette stitch, 18 sts and 24 rows = 4″

 

SIZES:

One

 

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:

Length: 56″  Without fringe

Width: 14 ½”

GRAY VERSION:

no.100 slate (A)

no.1611 silver* (B)

no.150 night (C)

no.1612 platinum* (D)

no.1610 opal* (E)

*Metalico

NEUTRAL VERSION:

no.104 truffle (A)

no.115 oyster (B)

no.120 white (C)

no.151 sand dune (D)

no.110 ecru (E)

BLUE VERSION

no.140 blueberry (A)

no.139 peacock (B)

no.127 blue (C)

no.137 sapphire (D)

no.149 riviera (E)

RED VERSION:

no.138 garnet (A)

no.145 guava (B)

no.123 ruby (C)

no.143 papaya (D)

no.147 crabapple (E)

Yarn Used in Pattern

Alpaca Silk

Sport Weight

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