Sugar Maple Wrap
from Army of Knitters Follow

Oh, the softness, the light and slightly fluffiness, the nonbulky
warmth, and the colours….. I could go on about how
much I love this wrap forever! As a designer, I’m known
mostly for my sweaters, but this wrap has to be one of
my favourite things that I have ever designed and knit.
Right from the very beginning of its existence, I knew it
was going to be a thing of beauty. I was besotted with
the yarn and the gold colour, (called Brass, but it is
the most delicious golden colour to me), and I needed
to knit something that I could wrap myself up in and be
surrounded by its gorgeousness! An oversized lace mesh
borders the colourful stripes of different stitch patterns to
create a piece that can be worn as a wrap, stole of scarf.
This will be a wonderful piece to wear whilst traveling, as
it offers warmth and comfort, while taking up very little
space, and weighs almost nothing.

Finished Length (excluding fringe): 56”/142.5cm
Finished Width: 48”/122cm

Yarn
Shibui Silk Cloud
(60% Kid Mohair, 40% Silk), 0.8oz/25g,
330yd/300m
1 Skein of each:
Main Colour (MC): #2026 Brass
Contrast Colour 1 (CC1): #103 Apple
Contrast Colour 2 (CC2): #2021 Lumen
Contrast Colour 3 (CC3): #2010 Flaxen
Contrast Colour 4 (CC4): #2014 Jumpsuit
Contrast Colour 5 (CC5): #13 Caffeine
Or yarn that knits to specified gauge.

Tools
1 pair of US 10/6mm knitting needles or circular needle
Crochet Hook – for attaching fringe
Tapestry/Darning Needle

Gauge
18 stitches x 19 rows = 4”/10cm worked in Stockinette
Stitch and US 10/6mm knitting needles
Or size needed to obtain gauge.

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