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Parallel Knit Wrap

This listing is for the Parallel knit wrap version. There is a crochet version in my shop as well. 
Simple color work with a stunning and modern result. A classic wrap to wear during those chilled summer nights or winter days. Grab your hooks, your favorite TV show or audio book, and relax with an enjoyable and simple design that’s functional and stylish.

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Knitting Needles:

US 10.5 (6.5 mm) Circular Needles with minimum 48 inch cord 


Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends


Chalet Mountain Top by Classic Elite Yarns in colors: 
Color A: Chestnut (2 skeins) 
Color B: Camel (2 skeins) 
Color C: Parchment (2 skeins)

Possible Yarn Substitutes (always check gauge): 
Classic Elite Yarns Chateau 
Lamana Catalina 
Schachenmayr Select Tweed Deluxe 
Debbie Bliss Paloma 
Patons Chainette Aire 


520 yards


k- knit 
K2tog- knit two together 
Kf&b- knit in front and back of stitch


4 x4 inches: 16 rows x 13 stitches unblocked

Skill Level:



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