One Point Wrap


You can knit more than scarves with arm knitting. The One Point Wrap is a quick and creative design that youll love to make and wear. A decrease technique gives this arm knit shawl a distinctive look. Take your arm knitting game to the next level with this surprisingly simple pattern. Decreases dont have to be scary, as this pattern proves. Add your own personal touch to the pattern by changing up the type of buttons used to secure the wrap.


Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

46" (117cm), to point

Use 5 strands held together throughout



  • 5 skeins super bulky weight yarn, 1 color
  • 3 ceramic buttons (1 1/2" [4cm])

Alternative Closure
Don’t feel like sewing on buttons? Use a pretty jewelry piece or a decorative shawl stick as a closure instead.



Using 5 strands held together, cast on 7 stitches.
Work in Plain Stitch for 15 rows.

Row 1: Decrease 1 at start of row as shown on page 14.

Row 2: Decrease 1 at end of row.

Rows 3–6: Repeat Rows 1–2 once, then repeat Row 1 once more.

Row 7: Work last 2 stitches together, acting as both a decrease and a bind-off.


Arrange buttons on flat edge of wrap as shown in photo and sew on using a strand of yarn.
Weave in all ends.


Note about Yarn:
The project shown uses Lion Brand® Yarn Wool-Ease® Thick & Quick® (6oz./106yd. [170g/97m]), 5 skeins #1351 Spice, and La Mode Textures 1 1/2" (4cm) buttons, style #1059.


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