Comforting 15th Street Wrap [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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Taking a stroll outside on chilly days is made more warm and cozy with this comforting 15th Street Wrap. It’s a classic, minimalist wrap that makes for a great fall and winter accessory. In fact, intermediate knitters will enjoy working on this cool scarf.

You can get the pattern for this wonderful wrap on the Knit Picks website.

15th Street Wrap – A Delightfully Comfortable Wrap

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This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 4 - Intermediate Level Knitters

Brought to you by the talented Allison Griffith, the 15th Street Wrap is worked with simple construction and stitch pattern to create this wide and long rectangular knitted piece. It’s an ideal addition to your cold-season wardrobe.

The finished wrap measures approximately 18.5 inches wide and 75 inches long, unblocked. That’s about 47.5 cm wide and 190 cm long if you prefer to use the metric system.

To make this cardigan, you will need the Wool of the Andes Superwash Yarn, a classic wool yarn spun from 100% superwash Peruvian wool. The wool makes a comfortably warm fabric that suits projects like sweaters, afghans, and day-to-day accessories.

You will also need a size US 10.5 straight or circular knitting needle. That’s a 6.5 mm needle if you are using the metric system.

Moreover, to complete this pattern, you will be required to knit the seed stitch pattern, which is one of the most widely used seed stitch patterns.

If you like to learn how to do make the seed stitch, you can check out the techniques and instructions for this knit and purl stitch pattern in our stitch library. You can find the pattern here: Seed Stitch (aka Moss Stitch).

Download Pattern

Download the FREE knitting pattern for this comfy wrap here: 15th Street Wrap Pattern.

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn through this link here: Wool of the Andes Superwash Yarn.

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