Sedona Sunset Knit Wrap [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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Wrap yourself in the coziness and warmth of this Sedona Sunset Knit Wrap. This lovely knitting accessory is a perfect piece when strolling outside and feeling the cold breeze. This could also liven up your fashion style while in your casual outfits.

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

Sedona Sunset Wrap – A Beautiful Warm Vibe

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

Brought to you by the talented designer Jenny Williams from the Knitpicks team, this Sedona Sunset Knit Wrap is great for any weather. It has a pattern of sunset color with simple textures and lace patterns that gives uniqueness to the project. In fact, it is a perfect project for our intermediate-skilled knitters to work on.

Moreover, this pattern is available in only one size, which measures about 15 inches in width and 74.75 inches in length. That’s approximately 38.1 cm in wide and 190 cm in length respectively if you prefer to use the metric system.

To make this beautiful wrap, you will need Chroma Twist Worsted Yarn, a color-transitioning chroma yarn. This yarn is made up of a wonderful combination of superwash wool and nylon which gives sturdiness and softness. This is perfect for making hats, scarves, kid’s garments, and home decor.

You will also need a US size 7 straight or circular knitting needles. That’s approximately 4.5 mm respectively if you prefer to use the metric system.

To work this pattern, you will need to make the kfb or the Bar Increase. It’s a simple, left-leaning increase method. If you like to learn how to do this, you can check out our fully illustrated tutorial for making the kfb. You can find the tutorial here: Learn How to Make a KFB or Bar Increase.

Finally, you will be using the k2tog knitting decrease when you start doing this project. The k2tog or knitting two stitches together is a basic right slanting decrease that is often paired with yarnover on lace patterns.

If you want to learn how to do the k2tog, we have an illustrated tutorial for it that you’ll find helpful. Find this tutorial here: Basic Right-Slanting Decrease (K2tog).

Download Pattern

Download the FREE knitting pattern for this wonderful sunset wrap here: Sedona Sunset Wrap Pattern

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn through this link here: Chroma Twist Worsted Yarn

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