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Every Way Wrap KAL

Jul 28, 2010

We're busily knitting along on this wrap, but many of us need a little more time. Here's a new schedule to allow some breathing room.

July 9-Sept 15: Swatch and knit wrap
Sept 16-Sept 23: Finishing (and post photos!)
Sept 23-Forever: Wear your wrap!

And if you want to join us, here are the project details:

The Every Way Wrap

An intermediate shawl with reversible cables that can be wrapped and buttoned in different ways to create a shrug, vest, cardigan, scarf, or wrap. The cable charts are fun to follow.

Designer Okmin Park

Finished Size 14½ (16½, 21, 26)" wide and 59" long, to fit bust sizes 32–37 (39–41, 43–45, 47–50)". Shawl shown measures 14½" wide.
Yarn Zaol Canon (100% merino; 95 yd [87 m]/50 g): #522 pumpkin, 8 (9, 11, 13) skeins.
Needles Size 9 (5.5 mm): 24" or 32" circular (cir). Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Notions
• Cable needle (cn);
• markers (m);
• tapestry needle;
• two 1" buttons.
Gauge 16 sts and 22 rows = 4" in moss st; 36 (36, 52, 52) sts of Cable Panel chart measure about 5½ (5½, 8, 8)" wide.

In the Cable Panel chart, the definitions for the six 4-stitch cable symbols are placed next to the wrong symbols. The definitions in the third column belong with the cables in the second column, and vice versa. Download corrected chart.


The Every Way Wrap pattern is in the Fall 2009 issue of Interweave Knits. It's also available as a free download until August 16. After that, you'll need to download the electronic issue of Interweave Knits.


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on Aug 4, 2010 1:55 AM

Hi Kathleen.

I am one of your readers in Denmark and yesterday I decided to start on this wrap. However, I am not completely familiar with all of the abbreviations used in the pattern, so could I ask you to enlighten me on the following:

After starting on the moss stitch and cable panel, 2 row, I meet the abbreviation "sl m" what does this mean (I suspect something with the marker), and at the end of this row it says "p1 for rev St st" - pearl 1 I understand, but the rest is a mystery - I think it is the "rev St" that is new to me.

Thanks

Inge