Marya Wrap by Ambah O'Brien | Named after the Latin word for “star of the sea”, Marya Wrap features a slipped-stitch pattern reminiscent of stars reﬂected in a dark ocean. The simple slipped stitch panels alternate with eyelet sections for a relaxing knit with a cosy end result. Knit on the bias to give a versatile shape, Marya is the perfect project for those special skeins, whether they be speckles, a gradient, or a mini-skein set—pair them with a strong contrast for a high-impact, elegant wrap.
Gauge: 20 sts and 36 rows = 4"/10 cm in eyelet stitch pattern, blocked Gauge is not crucial for this project, but variations will aﬀect yardage and final measurements.
- Top Edge: 88.5”/225 cm
- Width: 18”/46 cm
Measurements taken afer blocking
Materials Used: Fingering weight/4 ply
- C1: 400 yd/366 m
- C2: 400 yd/366 m *
- C3: 400 yd/366 m *
- C4: 400 yd/366 m *
*Note: You may like to use partial or mini skeins for colours 2, 3, and 4. You'll need 3 mini skeins each containing 134 yd/123 m for each colour you replace in this way.
Sample shown in: Primrose Yarn Co., Adelaide, (fingering/4-ply, 100% superwash Merino, 435 yd/398 m per 115 g), C1: Mortcia, C2: Pisces, C3: Flashdance, C4: Zipline
Needles: US 5/3.75 mm, or size required to obtain gauge
Pattern Includes: Written Instructions
Skill Level: Adventurous Beginner