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Infinity Wrap

Envelop yourself in this stunning, warm infinity-motif wrap.
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Description
Increases on one side of an infinity motif and decreases on the other side form the curves, with a section of working even in the middle. The self-striping yarn beautifully accentuates the directional geometry. A bobble-and-mesh edging is a playful alternative to fringe. This wrap is worked quite large and can be worn over a coat, as a coat, or even double as an exquisite throw.

SKU: EP1003

Author/Speaker/Editor: Kristin Omdahl

Format: eProject

Details
Finished Size: 32" wide and 96" long.
Yarn: Plymouth Boku (95% wool, 5% silk; 99 yd [91 m]/1 3/4 oz [50 g]; ): #5 plum, 15 balls.
Yarn weight: #5 - Bulky
Gauge: 12 dc and 6 rows = 4".
Needles: Hook: Size H/8 (5mm). Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Notions: Yarn needle; stitch markers (m).
Originally Published: Interweave Crochet, Winter 2007

SKU: EP1003

Author/Speaker/Editor: Kristin Omdahl

Format: eProject

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Customer Reviews

Infinity Wrap Review by Gail Rodman

I have this pattern in my magazine. I am looking forward to starting this project.

(Posted on 11/3/2011)

(Posted on 11/3/2011)

Lovely pattern Review by heather kilgore

I just finished this pattern as a gift to my sister in law. I was going for sunset colors so I used Lion's brand homespun yarn in Fiesta. Sadly this yarn was a bit heavy for this pattern i think, so i had to modify it some. i ended up using only three motifs and then continuing the pattern from there. I was very happy with the final product since five motifs seemed to be much too long anyway. i know it is supposed to be an over sized wrap, but i was much happier with the shortened version. the pattern was easy to follow and very fun to work. i was especially happy with the bobbles along the edges as opposed to a fringe. it came out very lovely!

(Posted on 2/11/2011)

(Posted on 2/11/2011)