A pattern from our
Indie Designers
Juneau Nights Wrap by Sue Fischer

Some things are just too easy to be true. But not in this case! Grab yourself some colorway yarn and let it do the majority of the fancy work. I used exactly 2 skeins of Knitting Fever Painted Desert which gave me the perfect halfway point, time to reverse the shaping. Simplicity of stitches add another layer of ease, K2tog and Yo's are the backbone of this pattern. And blocking.....never done so quick! The slipped stitch garter edge leaves an open pattern to weave wires in and out. Anchor these and then pin out the points. DONE!!! Shaping is all worked on the left side of stockinette area, and can easily be adjusted if wanted. Get your yarn, #4, 3.50 needles and 4 stitch markers and be on your way. My patterns are all written entirely in both row by row instructions and charts. Enjoy!

NEEDLES AND STITCHING:
#4, 3.50mm Knitting Needles

FINISHED DIMENSIONS:
After blocking this wrap measures 18" by 80"

Shown in color 4-Eruption

This design uses
2 skeins of Knitting Fever Painted Desert
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