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Natural Leaf Wrap



Elegance and warmth collide in this knit shawl pattern that features soft Icelandic wool and a delicate lace design. Worked horizontally as you would a wide scarf, the Natural Leaf Wrap is ideal for colder fall or winter weather and only requires straight knitting needles to complete. For convenience, the pattern includes a written out version, row by row, in addition to a handy lace chart.

Natural Leaf Wrap
Natural Leaf Wrap
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Knitting Needle Size: 9 or 5.5 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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May 29, 2014

As an experienced knitter of 50 years I could not make your pattern work after row 7. I had too many stitches and after 4 attempts I gave up. What a shame as I like the look of the pattern.


Aug 28, 2013

to lolacoombes, I was a bit confused about your suggestions for changing the edge... You had written that, for the knit rows, to slip the first stitch purlwise, and to knit into the back of the last stitch. Then you wrote the exact same thing for the purl rows. Did you mean to do that? Or did you mean to slip the first stitch knitwise, and then I don't know what you would have written for the last stitch on the purl rows. I look forward to your input, as I really like this shawl and want to knit it. Thanks!


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Jan 26, 2013

I have found an error in the writing of this pattern as follows: skip: slip 1 st knit wise to the right-hand needle, k2, pass the slipped st ove the knit sts . This st should be sl1k2togpsso - In other words slip 1 st to right-hand needle, k2 sts together, pass slipped stitch over . The way the pattern is written you would have an extra stitch in your pattern. Also, it seems to me that a nicer edge stitch would be to slip the fist st. purwise on the knit rows and to knit the last st into the back of the stitch. On the purl rows skip the first st purl wise and knit into the back of the last st on the row. This way you get the same edge on both sides of the wrap. llc


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