This asymmetrical wrap is worked side-to-side, starting with 1 stitch and increasing by 1 stitch every row. This creates an asymmetrical triangle with a right angle at the bottom corner.
There is no mathematical reason for the thicknesses of the colour changes, and the number of rows per colour block is totally random. I worked up this wrap while I was on a road trip and simply changed the colours when I felt like it! I thought I would keep this whimsical detail in the final copy.
A note on gauge: Stitch pattern consists of alternating dc and sc. Each dc should always be worked into a sc, and each sc should always be worked into a dc.
This wrap has been professionally tech edited to be as correct as possible.
Dimensions (see diagram in photos):
Width: approx. 72”
Depth: approx. 34”
Main Colour: 3 skeins Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Dark Grey Heather (or 430 yds)
Contrasting Colour: 1 skein Bernat Premium in Grey Marl (or 230 yds)
Pattern will work with any similar category 4, worsted weight yarn that matches gauge.