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Knit Magnolia Wrap FREE Pattern


Hi Friends! The Knit Magnolia Wrap is live! I absolutely loved working with Lion Brand's LB Collection, Cotton Bamboo. You can purchase the kit directly from their website at www.lionbrand.com.


The Magnolia Wrap is a rectangle wrap with beautiful lace edges. The center is knitted in stockinette incorporating minimal eyelet stitches.


The wrap is knitted in 2 pieces and grafted in the center for a seamless join.


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YARN

Lion Brand LB Collection Cotton Bamboo, Magnolia | 940 yards


NEEDLES | Knitter’s Pride Ginger US8/5mm 30” Circular Needles


OTHER MATERIALS

Stitch Marker or Make your own! Tape Measure Scissors Tapestry Needle

Stitch Holder or Scrap Yarn


ABBREVIATIONS

co – Cast on st(s) – Stitch(es) sl st – Slip stitch

k – Knit

p – Purl yo – Yarn over

sk2p – Slip, k2tog, pass slip stitch over

sm – slip marker

pm – place marker

rep – Repeat rem – Remaining


SKILL LEVEL – Intermediate


NOTES – Pattern is written in US terms. The wrap is worked in 2 pieces, then grafted together with the Kitchener Stitch for a seamless join. Videos for alternative methods are provided.



Instructions | in US Terms

Make two



Co 103 Stitches


Row 1 (rs): k1, *k1, yo, k3, sk2p, k3, yo. Rep from *, end k2.


Row 2 (& ws rows): *p all sts.


Row 3: k1, *k2, yo, k2, sk2p, k2, yo, k1. Rep from *, end k2.


Row 5: k1, k2tog, *(yo, k1) twice, sk2p (k1, yo) twice, sk2p. Rep from * until you have with 3 sts left omitting last sk2p. End with k2tog, k1.


Rows 7-29: Rep Rows 1-6 four times.


Row 30 (ws): p22, pm, p59, pm, p22

The center panel starts on row 31.

Markers are placed on the sides to separate the stockinette sts and the lace sts. The lace panels continue in pattern. The eyelets in the center panel are worked every 10th row with alternating placements of the eyelets.


Row 31: k1, [k1, yo, k3, sk2p, k3, yo] twice, k1, sm, k until next marker, sm. Rep between [ ] twice, end k2.


Row 32, 34, 36: *p all sts.


Row 33: k1, [k2, yo, k2, sk2p, k2, yo, k1] twice, k1, sm, k until next marker, sm. Rep between [ ] twice, end k2.


Row 35: k1, k2tog, [(yo, k1) twice, sk2p (k1, yo) twice], sk2p. Rep between [ ] once, k2tog, sm, k until next marker, sm, k2tog. Rep between [ ] once, k2tog, k1.


Rep rows 31-36 except for every 10th row (41, 51, 61, 71, etc).



Center Panel Instructions for eyelets after you slip your first marker:


Row 41: k8, [yo, sk2p, yo, k17] twice, yo, sk2p, yo, k8.


Row 51: k18, [yo, sk2p, yo, k17] twice, k1.


Rows 61, 71, 81, 91, 101, 111, 121, 131, 141, 151, 161, 171: Rep rows 41 & 51


Repeat Rows 31-36 until you have 14 rows of eyelets. After working the last set of eyelets (row 171), work another 5 rows in pattern ending on row 176. Place your sts on a stitch holder or scrap yarn.


Rep instructions for 2nd piece working only 13 rows of eyelets. After the 13th set of eyelets (row 161), work another 4 rows in pattern ending on row 165.

Place the first piece back on a needle. Bring both pieces together right side out and use the Kitchener’s Stitch (or desired method) to sew the 2 pieces together.


Try alternative methods of sewing

· 3-Needle Bind off (video)

· Vertical Seam (video). You will need to bind off first.




Kitchener’s Stitch | Video Tutorial

Insert yarn needle as if to purl in the first st of the front needle. Pull yarn through, leaving the st on the needle.


Insert the yarn needle as if to knit into the first st of the back needle. Pull the yarn through, leaving the st on the needle.



Insert the yarn needle as if to knit in the first stitch of the front needle (the same stitch as before) and slide this stitch off the needle. Insert the yarn needle into the next stitch on the front needle as if

to purl, but leave the st on the needle.


Insert the yarn needle as if to purl in the next stitch on the back needle, and slide this stitch off the needle. Insert the yarn needle in next stitch on back needle as if to knit. Pull the yarn through, but leave this stitch on the needle.


Continue back & forth across. When the last stitch is worked, pull the yarn end through the center of the stitch and pull gently to close. Weave in remaining end on the wrong side.


Finishing

Weave in ends and block to size.



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