Symmetrical in shape, but asymmetrical in its stitch patterns and color blocking, this stylish wrap can be worn in a variety of ways: around your neck and open like a scarf, over your back like a shawl, or bundled around your neck like an infinity scarf for ultimate warmth. Try adding tassels or pom poms to either corner for an even more fun, bold look!
Yarn: Worsted—Lion Brand Touch of Alpaca in 4 shades: Oxford Grey, Charcoal, Taupe, Olive
- 90% Acrylic; 10% Alpaca
- 207 yds [190 m] per 3.5-oz [100-g] skein (regular sized skeins, not the “bonus bundles”)
Color A: Oxford Grey – 3 skeins/460 yds [421 m]
Color B: Olive – 2 skeins/275 yds [252 m]
Color C: Charcoal – 1 skein/165 yds [151 m]
Color D: Taupe – 2 skeins/355 yds [325 m]
If substituting Touch of Alpaca, choose any similar, category #4 worsted weight yarn that matches gauge. Because of the large hook size used with this yarn weight, most fibers should work fine in this pattern, producing a wrap with a drape similar to the one shown. Always swatch before beginning to ensure you are happy with the resulting fabric.
Hook: Size U.S. K/10½ (6.5 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle
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