New hand knit shawl/wrap/scarf/cowl pattern on its way!

I love love love this yarn! I knit this beautiful cowl/scarf/hood/wrap using two skeins – one of each color – and it is soft and scrumtious! Look for the pattern on Ravelry & Patternfish soon!

hand knit scarf

button the ends and wear it as a cowl

Meghan’s Wrap is knit on large needles (10 1/2) in garter stitch and works up into a light, stretchy and versatile accessory. The fringe is added before each 8th and 9th row by casting on, then immediately casting off. This one has 4 tiny (8o) beads in each fringe. It would also be fun with one bigger bead at the end of each strand of  fringe!

Knit scarf

Meghan's wrap worn as a hood

9 1/2 inch buttons are sewn on the ends, 5 on one end, 4 on the other. Button the ends and it becomes a cowl! Unbotton and wear it open and the buttons add pizzazz to the ends!

Meghan's wrap worn as a scarf

The sock weight yarn knit on such large needles makes for a very nice open weave. It’s warm, yet light weight and knits up fast!

Oh yea, and you can wear it as a belt!

hand Knit scarf

Meghan's Wrap worn as a belt

The pattern is at the test knitters and will be available soon!

Thank you to my great model (who was modeling in 90 degree weather with no air conditioning) and my new friend and great photographer Andrea Cole.

Meghan's Wrap

Meghan's Wrap


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