Quince Wrap by Ambah O'Brien | Create something delicious for yourself. When my son first saw my Quince Wrap, he immediately named one of his favourite foods: Quince and Cream. I knew that Quince would be the perfect name for this delicious wrap. A tasty project that is moreish to knit, working from bottom edge to top and resulting in an easy-to-wear wrap with lovely tapered ends. Perfect for a gradient set and coordinating skein of yarn or raid your stash for a combination of minis to create your own yummy colour sequence. The pattern includes both charted and written instructions for the lace.
Gauge: 16 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches in Quince Lace stitch
Finished Measurements: Top Edge: 78”/198 cm; Width: 18”/45.5 cm (Measurements taken after blocking)
- Fingering weight: MC: 400 yd/365 m; CC: Either 800 yd/732 m or a 6-colour gradient set, each skein consisting of 133 yd/122 m; Colours in gradient set are referred to as CC1 through CC6
- Sample shown in: MC: Miss Babs, Yummy 2-ply, (fingering weight, 100% superwash Merino, 400 yd/365 m per 115 g), White Peppercorn; CC: Miss Babs, Yummy 2-ply Toes, (fingering weight, 100% superwash Merino, 133 yd/122 m per 38 g), Adobe 6 skein Gradient set; CC1: Santa Fe, CC2: Chimayo, CC3: Socorro, CC4: Abiquiu, CC5: Taos, CC6: Mesilla
Needle Size: US 4/3.5 mm long circular needle to hold a large number of sts (wrap is worked flat), or size required to obtain gauge
Pattern Includes: Written Instructions
Skill Level: Adventurous Beginner - Intermediate